Muscles, Tendons & Ligaments - Fusion Health

Assisting strength and repair for healthy movement

Our muscles, tendons and ligaments work together not only allowing us to perform movement but also to provide stability to our skeleton. A healthy active lifestyle is important to keep these structural tissues strong, nevertheless they are working hard everyday and can be prone to injury at any age. Injuries to any of these tissues can be debilitating causing a wide range of symptoms such as stiffness, swelling, aching, burning, pain, weakness and inflammation. There are many stretching and strengthening exercises that can help to support your muscles, tendons and ligaments in addition to certain herbs and nutrients. At Fusion® Health we have developed a wide range of formulas to provide nourishing protection and support to these areas, as well as assisting with symptom relief, promoting healing, recovery and ongoing support for all muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Health concerns Common symptoms
Cramps (muscular) Cramps, pain, spasms/twitches, tightness
Fibromyalgia Pain, tenderness, spasm and stiffness, fatigue, sleeplessness, brain fog, morning stiffness, muscle cramping, headaches
Ligaments (weak) Hypermobility, inflammation, pain, recurrent joint sprains
Ligament injury (minor) Inflammation, pain , stiffness, swelling , redness , heat, reduced mobility, weakness
Soft tissue injury Pain, swelling, bruising, bleeding, muscle, tendon or ligament trauma
Sprains & Strains Pain, swelling, bruising, bleeding, muscle, tendon or ligament trauma
Tendon & Ligament injury Inflammation, swelling, loss of movement, pain, stiffness
Tendonitis Inflammation, swelling, loss of movement, pain, stiffness
Tendons (weak) Frequent muscle strain, hypermobility, inflammation, pain
Restless legs syndrome Pins and needles in legs, creepy crawly feeling , itchy, urge to move legs to reduce sensation, disrupted sleep


Here’s what Chinese medicine has to say about Muscles, Tendons and Ligaments

  • The Liver controls the tendons and ligaments.
  • When the Liver has ample Blood and body fluids, the tendons and ligaments are strong and allow full range flexion and extension. If the Liver Blood is deficient, the tendons and ligaments will lack adequate moistening and nourishment, this may result in contractions, spasms, limitation of movement or lack of strength.
  • An accumulation of Wind-damp in the joints is associated with pain and swelling.
  • Kidney ‘energy’ deficiency may cause problems with water regulation and may lead to pain in the joints.