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This study will evaluate if there is a difference in recovery of tendon structure and mechanical properties between males and females with Achilles tendinopathy receiving exercise treatment. It will evaluate recovery of tendinopathy with exercise intervention using outcome measures for tendon structure and mechanical properties along with validated measures of muscle-tendon function and symptoms.
The purpose of the present study is to examine the long-term effect of eccentric exercises compared with stretching exercises on patients with achillodynia.
Patients with Fascititis plantaris, Achillodynie, Periarthropathia humerosacpularis calcarea or Epikondylopathia humeri /radii get the shock wave therapy in our clinic as planned. During our study the investigators want to ask for pain, pain reduction and function.
This study is designed to compare the treatment of 2 groups in patients with Achilles tendinopathy: autologous tenocytes injection in combination with exercises versus saline injection in combination with exercises