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You can develop a bicep tendon injury over time by moving your arm the same way over and over again. Banging a hammer during home improvement projects over the years or lifting weights at your favorite gym can both cause this orthopedic condition.
Sudden trauma, such a falling on an outstretched arm, also can lead to a bicep tendon injury. Your bicep tendon injury symptoms will depend on the severity of the injury and the specific tendon injured. You may have mild tenderness or sharp pain.
Bicep tendon injury recovery is the focus at Dignity Health Central California. Our orthopedic doctors practice medicine with a philosophy of care, dignity, and respect. Find a Doctor today for quality biceps tendon injury treatment in Central California.
Your bicep is the muscle in the front of your upper arm. A tendon attaches the top of the bicep to your shoulder. A second tendon attaches the lower bicep to your elbow. An injury to either of these tendons can lead to an arm condition or injury.
Most injuries and strains involve the tendon in your arm’s upper biceps. In addition to pain, you may hear a popping sound or feel a sensation in your shoulder. Overuse, repeated movements, age, and trauma are all risk factors for developing a bicep tendon injury. Tell your doctor if you are experiencing shoulder or arm pain.
Your doctor will recommend bicep tendon injury treatment that’s right for you and helps you achieve your personal goals. For a minor biceps tendon injury, rest, ice, and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medicines usually will relieve your pain.
Your doctor also may recommend physical therapy or corticosteroid shots if your biceps tendon injury and strain is severe or continues to return. Sometimes, orthopedic surgery is used to repair the tendon.
For expert care, schedule an appointment with a trusted health care provider at Dignity Health Central California.
Dignity Health Central California’s orthopedic doctors provide quality treatment for biceps tendon injury and strain in Bakersfield, Merced, San Andreas, and Stockton, CA