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The tendinopathy continuum explained

In the October 2012 issue of sportEX medicine I reviewed the current evidence and theories relating to Achilles tendinopathy. While many theories are still in situ the one that appears to have gained the most traction, based on its pooling of current knowledge and clinical efficacy, is the tendinopathy continuum proposed by Cook and Purdam in 2009 (1). This article will look at the details of this paradigm using a specifically produced pathology animation and supportive images.

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