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    Quote Originally Posted by Fbc91 View Post
    Its impossible to cure tendonitis 100% and get rid of the pain for lifting and everyday life activities? I've made substantial progress with my golfer's elbow despite having it for 15 years. But I might be looking at permanent pain?
    It's quite possible to get rid of golfer's and tennis elbow using the method I recommend. Knee tendonitis is another matter.

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    Would you do the same loading protocol for medial glute tendinopathy?

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    Are you talking about trochanteric bursitis?

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    Lateral hip pain. I read that most cases of this were caused by glute tendinopathy, not bursitis. Is that wrong? Or would you do the same loading protocol for bursitis?

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    My tendinitis sounds similar to yours in location and the pin firing worked well, but holy fuck was it excruciating. I also agree with the guy who recommended finger extenders. My arms get pissed off from grabbing in Jiu jitsu and the hand extenders definitely help, but more so for very mild cases and as a preventative measure.

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    Either way, it's your squat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Are you talking about trochanteric bursitis?
    Speaking of, I've been reading some of your old posts on the subject. Is IT band release still your recommendation or has your opinion changed over the last few years?

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    Fix the squat and get an IT band release, usually works immediately.

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    The pin firing thing works wonders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Fix the squat and get an IT band release, usually works immediately.
    What squat problems should I be looking for? A slightly wider stance and a slightly less aggressive toe angle has made a huge difference over the last year or so. And a TUBOW and getting leaned over faster has made my hips happier overall. It still comes and goes a little but I've had far fewer issues than before.

    I'll see if I can find a massage torturist for the IT release.

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