Many tendon injuries respond well to massage therapy. Both tendinitis and tendinosis, for example, benefit from friction therapy, albeit through somewhat different mechanisms. In cases of tendinitis, friction therapy breaks up scar tissue and allows aligned tissue to form. With tendinosis, friction stimulates fibroblast (cells found in connective tissue that produce collagen to maintain structural framework and increase wound healing). Call A-Peeling Faces Skin Care & Massage Therapy at 480-540-7555 to schedule your therapeutic massage.
Tendinitis vs. Tendinosis, can massage help?
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