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Patellar Tendonitis

Safe Pain Relief Treatments for Patellar Tendonitis

Patellar tendonitis or jumper’s knee is a sign that the patella’s tendon is inflamed due to overuse. Whether you are an athlete whose sports require a lot of jumping or just someone who works out and is susceptible to patellar tendonitis, anyone can experience a jumper’s knee injury if the muscles or tendons around your patella are strained for too much use. 

The pain from patellar tendonitis can worsen over time and starts to burden your routine daily activities. It can interfere with your work or daily movements – even simply sitting down and rising from a chair. If this happens, then it’s time for you to pay attention to it and seek professional help. 

Pain medication and surgical treatments are available, but professional athletes prefer a safe and proven effective treatment. This technology can also work for you, whether you are a professional athlete or not. Jumper’s knee can be treated through Shockwave Therapy – a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment that delivers faster pain relief. 

Patellar tendinitis

Jumper’s Knee Treatment Through Shockwave Technology

Patellar ligament pain can be quite severe. You can check if you have patellar tendon injury by assuming a sitting position and then stretching your legs forward. Don’t ignore the pain as it could be a sign of a more complicated injury, especially if the pain is quite severe. 

Get treated by a professional immediately and consider a safer and more effective treatment solution through shockwave technology—no more injectable pain medication and surgery. Shockwave therapy brings you more benefits than other alternative patellar tendonitis treatments. 

After the therapy, Jumper’s knee can be prevented by learning how to stretch and warm up. Consider getting a professional to teach you how to use your body when doing sports, body posture, and use the right equipment when exercising. Strengthening muscles around the knee can be beneficial in the long term, preventing sudden strain and enhancing your performance. 

How Shockwave Therapy Works for Jumper's Knee Pain

The inflammation that causes patellar pain occurs due to varying tear levels and damage to the tendon connecting the patella to the kneecap and shinbone. With every shockwave therapy session, the increased blood flow helps deliver the essential nutrients that help heal tissue.

Shockwave therapy has been helpful in treating muscle inflammations in professional athletes. It introduces low-energy shockwaves through the skin, focusing on the affected area of injury. A professional medical practitioner will perform the treatment and guide you through your healing process. 

With shockwave therapy speeding up the healing process, it would take less time for your jumper’s knee pain to subside, easing you from the discomfort and letting you enjoy physical activities in no time.

Schedule Your Treatment at Men's Care Clinic

Men’s Care Clinic offers non-invasive shockwave therapy to treat patellar tendonitis injury. For faster pain relief, consult with a medical professional now by scheduling an appointment with us by calling (647) 955-6095 or filling out this contact form.

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