Tendinopathy: From basic science to clinical management

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This comprehensive office guide will provide up-to-date diagnostic and management information for various tendinopathies seen in the clinic. Opening chapters discuss the basic science of tendons: physiology, pathophysiology and biomechanics, including mechano-transduction. Subsequent chapters focus anatomically on both the upper and lower extremities, from the rotator cuff to the wrist and hand, and from the groin and gluteus down to the foot and ankle. Each of these chapters follows a concise, easy-to-use format, consisting of an introduction followed by clinical presentation, physical examination, imaging and radiographic grading, and treatment strategies both surgical and non-surgical, including indications for surgical referral. The concluding chapters present emerging mechanical, orthobiologic and chemical in-office procedures as well as emerging operative techniques. Practical and user-friendly, Tendinopathy will be an excellent resource for sports medicine specialists, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists, and any other clinicians treating these common athletic injuries.




Onishi, K., Fredericson, M., & Dragoo, J. L. (2021). Tendinopathy: From basic science to clinical management. Tendinopathy: From Basic Science to Clinical Management (pp. 1–374). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-65335-4

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