Bicep Tendonitis

Overview Bicep tendonitis is aggravation of the long head of the biceps tendon. In its beginning periods, the tendon winds up red and swollen. As tendinitis builds up, the tendon sheath (covering) can thicken. The tendon itself regularly thickens or …

Hip Tendinitis

Overview Hip tendinitis¬†is a condition in which a single or multiple tendons that connect muscles to the hip bone are torn. Hip as well as pelvis joints are responsible for taking strain by supporting weight of the body in an …

Hamstring Tendonitis

Overview The hamstring tendon connects the hamstring muscle to the outer part of the knee. Hamstring tendonitis occurs when this tendon becomes damaged or inflamed because of excessive strain or force. The usual cause is overuse over time, especially among …

Iliocostalis cervicis

Overview Our back muscles are critical to our ability to stand, turn, and generally move around. We use them as we carry out mundane household chores, sit at our desks and push our bodies through exercise. But unless we have …

Deltoid Tendonitis

Overview Deltoid tendonitis is an injury to the deltoid muscle which covers the shoulder joint. The deltoid muscle is a large muscle which lifts the arm up sideways and can be divided into three parts: the front or the anterior …

Lateral Pterygoid

Lateral Pterygoid

Overview Lateral pterygoid (also called external pterygoid) is a deep muscle located in the face and is part of the muscle group that has a primary role in chewing (mastication). It is short, flat, thick and somewhat conical in shape. …