…r with new bandage. Keep covered until incision has closed and change your bandage daily thereafter. You will have small band-aids on your area(s) treated, that may be removed after 24 hours. It is typical to experience increased pain in the treatment area for 2-5 days after your procedure. Return to baseline pain takes 7-14 days. Some people experience a low-grade fever after try this treatment. Call if your temperature is above 100.4°. Use Extra…

Bursitis, Tendonitis & Snapping

…hing are the initial treatment. For the more severe cases, formal physical therapy that includes ultrasound and massage therapy might be necessary. Pain and the tightness usually resolve after a few weeks of treatment, but it is important to continue the treatment for a few more weeks to prevent reoccurrence. Highlights All conditions can be treated conservatively Surgery is very rarely needed It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between the…