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What is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

Platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP) is a procedure used to treat tendon injuries and practiced by select clinicians. Recent studies have supported the findings that PRP is more efficient in healing tennis elbow injuries than corticosteroid injections. 153 more words

Jonathan Komar MD

On Being Cut

Three weeks ago I was cutting meat.  I have done this my entire life.  Domestic and wild.  From bull moose and black bear boars to timberdoodles, by the score.   549 more words

7 Tasty Bowls Of Tendon In Singapore – Time For Japanese Tempura Donburi

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Tendon 天丼 is short for Tempura Donburi 天ぷら丼ぶり (not the body’s connective tissue) and has always been one of my favourite must-orders in a Japanese restaurant. 938 more words

Singapore

Injury strikes...

Was at the physio last Monday and I’ve done something to displease the tendon that attaches my quad to below my knee.

Unfortunately this means I’m banned from running until he’s happy, and depending on how long that lasts for, means I might not be able to do the Half. 12 more words

Physio

[Updated] Tempura Poached Eggs : Tendon Ginza Itsuki

My first impression of Tendon Ginza Itsuki was that it’s a Singaporean reflection of the famous Tenfusa located in Tokyo’s Tsukiji market. All the goodness served in a bowl at the right price. 122 more words

Foodie

Tempura Tsukiji Tenka – Tendon & Kaisendon at Japan Food Town

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Tempura Tsukiji Tenka at Japan Food Town Singapore Wisma Atria which specialises in Tempura and Donburi, is run by graduates of the Tokyo Sushi Academy, one of Japan’s top traditional culinary institution. 256 more words

Singapore

Repeated contractions affect the geometry of muscle and hence the force generated

This study carried out by Costis Maganaris demonstrated how repeated contractions result in tendon creep – which by altering the geometry of human muscle changes the maximum force that is delivered. 248 more words

Professor Anthony J Sargeant