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Ancient Healing for Tendinitis

Tendinitis is inflammation, irritation and swelling of a tendon.  It occurs in the elbow, heel, shoulder or wrist.   The tendons are fibrous structures respond quickly to stimulation and extension.  One approach is to apply heat and then decompress the tissue with a glide tool running along the length of the tendon.  This will remove any accumulated fluids, remove blockages and restore circulation. The tissue can become dehydrated, scared even calcified all leading to painful conditions.

Tissue decompression or decompression massage therapy as some call it is a modern version of an ancient healing therapy. This powerful negative pressure therapy reaches deep within the body leaving no cell untouched.

Keywords:  Tendinitis, pain, massage therapy, physical therapy, rehabilitation therapy.

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