tendinopathy
TENDINOPATHY

Tendinopathy is a clinical syndrome characterized by tendon thickening and localized tendon pain, swelling or impaired performance.
It usually is a temporary condition if treated early but may also be recurrent or chronic.
Principles of therapy include: ddentification & elimination of the cause of tendinopathy, behavior modification to minimize or eliminate sources of continuing irritation, specialist referral for appropriate follow up care and to reduce pain & to return function

 

Tendinopathy Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Local symptomatic relief of pain & inflammation in trauma of tendons, ligaments, muscles & joints eg, ...

Indication: Acute, severe pain due to inflammatory & degenerative form of rheumatism, RA, ankylosing spondylitis, OA. ...

Indication: Local treatment of osteoarticular & muscular painful disorders of rheumatic or traumatic origin: Contusion...

Indication: Arthritis, rheumatism, arthritis deformans & other inflammatory conditions.

Indication: Signs & symptoms of arthritis deformans, periarthritis humero-scapularis, tendinitis, peritendinitis, sore...

Indication: FC tab/granules for oral soln: Symptomatic treatment of mild to moderate pain eg, musculoskeletal pain, dysmen...

Indication: Symptomatic treatment of RA, periarthritis humelo-scapularis, peritendinitis, tendinitis, muscular pain, pain ...

Indication: Temporary relief of pain associated w/ headache, migraine, backache, period, dental & muscular pain, cold ...

Indication: Severe hypersensitivity & dermatological reaction; severe acute & chronic inflammatory & allergic ...

Indication: Pain relief eg, headache, migraine, dental, period, rheumatic & muscular pain & backache. Relieves fev...

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