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    honestly I am confused AF as what they are doing...

    honestly I am confused AF as what they are doing to do. Not even sure if you fit the profile of a "elbow tendinitis/tendinopathy" tbh. For that, the rehab is more about load management - not...
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    Tendinopathy is not really a inflamatory issue...

    Tendinopathy is not really a inflamatory issue (thought there are some inflamatory markets present) - that is assuming you have tendinopathy - how was this "tendonitis" diagnosed? - did isometric...
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    bumpy bump

    bumpy bump
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    all the best with it bro Nah Chris is...

    all the best with it bro


    Nah Chris is pretty good. The benefit is as good as how you implement to movement. Not gonna lie, my gym has one (Which i chipped in for) but I never used in the last 2...
  • What was the doctors reasoning for stop...

    What was the doctors reasoning for stop squatting? what did he "see" in the xray? - how is not squatting going to be better than squatting - loss of strength and weakness is a much bigger predictor...
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    Don't have a strong opinion on neck training,...

    Don't have a strong opinion on neck training, don't do any currently. I know jeff nippard loves it, i think his video on training neck is pretty good. I would probably only bother if it was sport...
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    good thing he is in favour of PT. I think...

    good thing he is in favour of PT.

    I think something to keep in mind is that a lot of people have inpringement with everyday movements, it is normal. For whatever reason yours has become symtomatic...
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    Based on my anecdotal evidence I would say so....

    Based on my anecdotal evidence I would say so. Probably the best example I have was understraining my arms during years of Powerlifting training, then starting to diet and adding a lot of arm work....
  • Lifting properly is good for the back, the notion...

    Lifting properly is good for the back, the notion that heavy lifting wears them out is outdated and doesn't seem the discs as a structure that can adapt to stress, which it does.

    I don't know the...
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    tendon ruptures distally ( top of the forearm) if...

    tendon ruptures distally ( top of the forearm) if the pain is in the bicep area it is likely you just strained it most likely. If you are feeling better it is signalling recovery. Loading it as...
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    Interestings, calcification is more common in...

    Interestings, calcification is more common in older people and not everyone gets symtoms from it (Same as bursitis?) here is some stuff from a study about the topic that might give you some answers...
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    You are definnitely in the age bracket, did you...

    You are definnitely in the age bracket, did you have a history of this type of issue when you were younger?. Either way, most cases are treated conservatively. I did have a friend who had the surgery...
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    had a quick google to see what rippetoe was on...

    had a quick google to see what rippetoe was on about. Unfortunately it is a case of over simplification and missing the point.
    I guess firstly inpingement is common in asymtomatic people however in...
  • you probably want to start with making sure you...

    you probably want to start with making sure you have good hip hinge ability as hyperextention/APT are usually due lack of proper positioning, awareness or control during the squat, I did a quick...
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    Unless there is bursa involvement there is little...

    Unless there is bursa involvement there is little to no inflamatory response during a tendon irritation (reactive tendinopathy) or chronic - even though there might be some inflamatory mediators. In...
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    Overall, it seems like you are stuck in a cycle...

    Overall, it seems like you are stuck in a cycle of flare ups. THe key is likely going to be taking away those movements that aggrivate (while knowing WHY those movements are causing the flare ups), -...
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    Pic didn't upload Flexing abs above what is...

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    Flexing abs above what is required for the movement is not a good idea - overbracing has a penalty of the back (causes unnedded compression in the vertebral joints), as someone...
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    bolded my replies Sorry if I missed a lot...

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    Sorry if I missed a lot of points, I kinda jumped around and not sure if it is cohesive, it is a bit late as well. let me know if you have any other particular questions or...
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    rroll on a lacrose ball, glutes/lower back./ TFL...

    rroll on a lacrose ball, glutes/lower back./ TFL --> cat camels, 90/90 drills with breathing

    all of those will help deal with hypertonicity and likely give some relief
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    I didn't see anyone, I sorted it out on my own...

    I didn't see anyone, I sorted it out on my own (with my knowledge and experience of PT)
    -The inbalance between sides can be the reason or the a potential consequence. For me, it was the a...
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