by James Waslaski, LMT, CPT
Read this very informative chapter in its entirety in the Dynamic Body Textbook
The book is also a part of the 32 CE Lower Body Home-Study
Tendinosis is an overuse injury that often results from prolonged poor posture, repetitive motion, or musculoskeletal injury due to musculoskeletal imbalance. An injury of this type occurs when a tendon suffers an unnoticed, microscopic tear, and then another tear before the original heals. The owner of the tendon might use it for months without knowing that an injury is building – until many microtears build up and cause pain.