Tendons are connective tissue-like parts of muscles. They establish the connection to the bones and transmit muscle power. When a tendon is pulled, the tendon tissue is overstretched or “extended” by overloading. There are only a few nerves and blood vessels in the tendons, so regeneration can be lengthy.
Homeopathic remedies have proven their worth to support during the regeneration phase and to relieve pain.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for tendon strain that best suits your situation.
with pain and swelling. Patient is very sensitive to touch and feels broken and battered.
initial movement is painful, after which the symptoms improve. Aggravated by cold, wet and rest.
The area of the torn tendon is red, hot, and very painful. The patients are very afraid and very restless. Better from cold applications. Worse from heat and during night.
Causes of a tendon strain
Symptoms of a tendon strain
The tendon strain manifests itself in a strong brief pain in the affected limbs. This also results in a restriction of movement.
Further tips and information on treatment
A strained tendon can often be detected by palpating along the affected tendon. The overstretching of the tendon causes the surrounding tissue to swell. In order to prevent a rupture of the tendon, further strain on the affected limb must be avoided. Regeneration of the affected tendon can only be assumed when pressure and stress pain have subsided.