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Being Diagnosed with Patellar Tendonitis Before I get into my little discovery, first some backstory on my problem: About 2 years ago my knee felt really stiff after a playoff softball game. There was no pop or pain during the game, I just noticed some tenderness and pain when I pushed off.
Sporting a knee brace to keep my knee warm and 'restricted' during sports. I really wanted a treatment to make the injury go away, not just treat the symptoms.
After giving it a few weeks, I decided to make an appointment at the family doctor to see what was up. He did some remedial tests and diagnosed me with Patellar Tendonitis.
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To make a long story short, I doubted the family doctor and went to see an orthopedist who specializes in knees. These are my tests thus far: These did relieve pain temporarily hoursbut there was no long-lasting improvement Cortisone Injections — the relief from these injections were instant, but lasted only hours.
I know these are a miracle drug for some, but it was only a superficial healing for me and it faded away rather quickly.
The theory behind this is that the solution irritates that area so much, that the body sends new and lots of blood to the injury, thus restarting the healing process.
Sounds good in theory, and there are a lot of people who claim to have had amazing success with this, but no such luck for this guy. What they did is draw my blood, then that blood went through several spin processes to separate the plasma from everything else.
Finally just the plasma was injected back into me, but this time directly into the problem area of the knee. This was really, really painful for the first 24 hours.
The plasma seriously irritates the knee, and it hurt. I decided a few months later that I was going to put this treatment option on hold and explore a few other things first.
So all of those treatments, no solution, still painful Patellar Tendonitis. While doing another scan online, I stumbled across a study that compared the healing results of eccentric exercises vs surgery in treating and defeating Patellar Tendonitis.
No advantage was demonstrated for surgical treatment compared with eccentric strength training. Eccentric training should be tried for twelve weeks before open tenotomy is considered for the treatment of patellar tendinopathy. The eccentric part of an exercise is the part when you are elongating the muscle, not contracting.
For instance, in a push-up, the eccentric part is when you are lowing yourself down. This study and some other literature seem to point to a healing power that eccentric exercises can have for this injury.
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