Biceps Tendinitis At-Home Therapy

For biceps tendinitis, in order to continue your progress at home, your therapist will give you a home exercise program similar to what you are performing in the clinic. This program will include pictures of the exercise, description of how to perform, and how many repetitions to perform each time. Some additional exercises you may perform at home include:

    • Sleeper stretch
    • Bicep stretch
    • Side-lying external rotation

Along with performing exercises,

Biceps Tendinitis In-Clinic Therapy

Physical therapy is a great treatment option for biceps tendinitis. Initially, you will come in for an evaluation and discuss with a physical therapist your current symptoms and how it may be affecting your daily function. Following the evaluation, your therapist will create a plan of care specifically for your needs. It will include exercises for strengthening shoulder musculature,

Biceps Tendinitis

Biceps tendinitis is known as an inflammation of the long head of the bicep tendon. As tendonitis develops, the tendon sheath (covering) can thicken. The tendon itself often thickens or grows larger. The tendon in these late stages is often dark red in color due to the inflammation. Occasionally, the damage to the tendon can result in a tendon tear,

Karen Phillips Battles Tennis Elbow, Trigger Finger, and Carpal Tunnel

Karen Phillips has been battling a myriad of arm problems including tennis elbow, trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome.  This past episode included her hand locking up around a car part at her work.  She was working hard trying to get orders out and her hand just froze around the part.  She had to have someone assist her in getting the part out of her hand.