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But after tearing a tendon in his right shoulder, the right-hander likely will have to wait until next season to take the hill again.
Extra bases Veteran reliever Pat Neshek threw a bullpen session, his third since suffering a strained flexor tendon in his forearm last month.
When the tendon in a pitcher’s elbow tears, surgeons can replace it with a fresh one from the player’s wrist, forearm, hamstring, or even their toe.
If one of the tendons tears near the shoulder, the biceps muscle may sink lower.
As the chicken legs roast, the tendons that are no longer attached to the ends will retract.
Tamara Bibbs Bloom Trail High School, Steger Bibbs, of Ford Heights, who has Anthrogryposis, a rare genetic disorder that has destroyed her muscles, joints and tendons, never let her physical disability get in her way.
Achilles' tendon injuries were costly for French defender Laurent Koscielny, Portuguese defensive midfielder Danilo Pareira and Moroccan defender Zouhair Feddal.
Non-surgical treatment options for tendon and ligament injuries typically may involve the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and corticosteroid medication or injections.
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: a tough piece of tissue in your body that connects a muscle to a bone
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