Tendonitis in the legs occurs when the tendons connecting the shinbone to the kneecap become inflamed due to injury. If you experience pain in tendons that may worsen while moving, difficulty moving the joints, crackling or grating-like sensations, swelling with heat or redness, you may have developed tendonitis in your leg. Once you feel the symptoms, never ignore them because they may lead to chronic disease. Consult your GP immediately to get a diagnosis.

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Your doctor will examine the severity and location of the pain and the tenderness and swelling around the affected areas. If he is not satisfied with the physical check-up, he may order an ultrasound or MRI scan to help determine tendon thickening, dislocation, and tears. Once the injury is diagnosed, start treating it before it turns into a chronic injury, which may take longer to heal. For mild symptoms of tendonitis, your GP will recommend you take some conservative measures, helping treat the condition on your own.
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You should avoid intense physical or sports activities and provide proper rest to your leg. Experts suggest doing ice massage for 15 to 20 minutes several times a day. Compressing the affected areas also helps treat the injury. You can also elevate the leg to lessen the symptoms and discomfort.

Most tendonitis takes up to four weeks to heal completely, but it may take as long as six weeks to heal if it is chronic. The delay in the recovery process may also happen because sufferers do not give tendons proper time to heal.

Experts suggest several preventive measures to avoid tendonitis. For example, you should warm up your body before exercising and sports, wear supportive footwear and take regular breaks to avoid repetitive movements.

Whether you suffer from mild or chronic symptoms of tendonitis, wearing a leg brace may help support your legs, prevent further injuries, and speed up the recovery process. At 360 relief, we provide you with the best leg supports to treat tendonitis quickly.

What Is Leg Tendinitis?

Leg Tendonitis is damage in the tendon caused by an injury. It can cause stiffness, joint pain, and loss of tendon motion.

Where Does Leg Tendonitis Occur?

Leg Tendonitis occurs when the soft tissues that connect the thigh muscles to the pelvis, knee, and lower leg become inflamed. Leg tendinitis most often occurs due to overuse of the tendons.

Can Leg Tendonitis Get Worse?

If leg tendonitis is left untreated, it develops into chronic tendonitis. Chronic tendonitis causes a tendon to weaken and degenerate over time.

Does Leg Tendonitis Heal On Its Own?

Leg Tendonitis is acute inflammation in the tendons. It will go away within a few days with physical therapy and proper rest. However, if you will leave it untreated, it may get worse.

How Can You Heal Leg Tendonitis?

For leg tendonitis to heal, the following are the best treatments:

  • Proper rest
  • Ice massage or slush bath
  • Wrapping elastic bandages
  • Elevate the affected area

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