Does peroneal tendonitis ever go away?

Does peroneal tendonitis ever go away?Peroneal tendonitis can go away on its own, but it can take a long time. If there is a tear in one or both of the peroneal tendons, or if the tendons are subluxating (moving out of place), you may not get better without surgery. As a practicing orthopedic surgeon in Colorado Springs, Colorado, peroneal tendonitis is not something that I see too often as it is rare, but it can be a source of continued nagging heel pain. What are the symptoms of peroneal...

Can chondromalacia patella heal on its own?

Can chondromalacia patella heal on its own?Chondromalacia patella usually doesn’t heal on its own without treatment of some sort. This usually entails activity modification and physical therapy. That being said, in my experience as an orthopedic surgeon in Colorado Springs, Colorado, most with chondromalacia patella get better without surgery. What causes chondromalacia? Chondromalacia is caused by the underside of the patellar cartilage moving funny, and causing irritation, inflammation, and...

Does De Quervain’s tenosynovitis go away?

Does De Quervain's tenosynovitis go away?De Quervain’s tenosynovitis normally doesn’t go away unless you take appropriate action. Most of the time this just means a steroid injection, some simple stretches, and activity modification. I frequently treat De Qervain’s tenosynovitis in my orthopedic practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Most of my patients get better without surgery, however there are some that need it. What causes de Quervain's tenosynovitis? De Qervain’s tenosynovitis is...

What is frozen shoulder pain like?

What is frozen shoulder pain like?Frozen shoulder pain is pain throughout the shoulder with associated loss of range of motion. Frozen shoulder is also known as adhesive capsulitis. The motion lost is both active and passive motion, meaning that you aren’t able to move it yourself, but that it is also stiff if anyone else tries to move it. Contrast frozen shoulder with other shoulder issues where passive range of motion is generally not lost. Most of the time, the pain associated with a frozen...

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