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Bicep Tendon Rupture Treatment

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The bicep muscle is the muscle that is located in the front of your upper arm. The biceps are attached at the top of the shoulder and below the elbows by a strong tendon.

This tendon can rupture with a strong contraction of the bicep muscle. When this happens, patients report a feeling of intense pain and a “pop” in the elbow.

Who is at Risk?

Bicep tendon ruptures are most common in the male population and in the over 35 years old age group. Bodybuilders and avid sports players are likely candidates for experiencing a biceps tendon rupture in their lifetime.

Treatment for Biceps Tendon Rupture

It is important to get a biceps tendon rupture repaired. If this type of rupture is left untreated, this can lead to weakness in the forearm and elbow. Since the pain is generally not unbearable with this rupture, many individuals who experience it do not immediately seek medical advice or treatment. This is unadvisable. Exercise, manual labor, and sports can prove to be extremely difficult with a weak elbow and forearm.

Treatment for a biceps tendon rupture should take place as soon as possible after the injury occurs. The longer one waits to have a biceps tendon rupture repaired, the more difficult it is to fix the issue directly.

Physical therapy can be an intricate aspect in the healing process from a biceps tendon rupture. Physical therapy will help the tendon regain strength and flexibility after a rupture. We highly recommend our excellent physical therapy program if you are recovering from a biceps tendon rupture. Physical therapy is a wonderful option!

Our team of physical therapists at JAG Physical Therapy is highly skilled in treating biceps tendon ruptures. We want you to be on your way to a full recovery so you can get back to the life you love. Contact the JAG Physical Therapy facility nearest you today to begin a treatment regimen.

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