Visual features of damage. One of a principal characteristic of tendonitis is a particular pain, but in some cases, a checkup of a zone of injured tendon identifies additional symptoms of the damage. Some redness and tumefaction may have emerged around the damaged joint. Obviously, it depends on the location of the damage, such physical signs can differ. For example, in a case of affection of the wrist, it may be distant or if there is a problem with an Achilles’ tendon the back part of the heel may swell.
Pain. People often have an activity or work where they should exercise repeatedly similar movements and actions as pushing, lifting or dragging. Such people often feel nagging pain caused by abrading and inflamed joints. Microscopical gaps in a cartilage of a joint or in a tendon, hardness, and dryness of joint may induce yammering, blunt or even stinging pain. Athletes high-class use painkillers to cope with the pain inflicted by tendonitis and to go into hiding the invasion of tendon injury.
Stiffness in the damaged joint. Sick with tendonitis frequently have complaints that their affected joints, they may be heel, shoulder or spine, become inelastic. Especially inelasticity deteriorates in morning hours. In the hardest cases, the joint’s movements are limited and even tends to be impossible for moving. Also, the person can feel the high temperature in the area.