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Michigan Sports & Spine Center is a committed, comprehensive practice dedicated to overall health improvement, as well as injury rehabilitation and prevention. MSSC Patients Range from Professional Athletes to Everyday People. Our patient success rates much higher than the national average.

 

We also specialize in Injury Prevention and a Non-Surgical Approach

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Overview
Biceps tendonitis is an inflammation or irritation of the upper biceps tendon.  This strong, cord-like structure connects the upper end of the biceps muscle to the bones in the shoulder.

Causes
Repeated overhead activities due to sports or jobs or routine chores
Often accompanied by shoulder arthritis, tears in glenoid labrum, chronic shoulder instability, shoulder impingement, and other diseases taht cause inflammation of the shoulder joint lining.

Symptoms
Pain or tenderness in the front of the shoulder which worsens with overhead lifting or activity
Pain or achiness that moves down the upper arm bone
An occasional snapping sound or sensation in the shoulder

Diagnosis
Physical examination and medical history consultation
X-rays
MRI and ultrasound

Treatment
Rest
Application of ice
Anti-inflammatory medications
Steroid injections
Physical therapy
Surgery

Source: http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00026

 

Why Choose Us

Our studies prove that MSSC has patient success rates much higher than the national average.

Innovative leaders utilizing cutting-edge technologies such as muskuloskeletal ultrasounds.

MSSC is committed to resolving your pain, not simply masking it. 

We treat everyone from high-profile athletes to your neighbor next door.