Dear Mr. Robinson, I have been reading about bicep tendinitis and most of the advice centers on resting the related area and applying ice.
However, they don’t seem to address what kind of treatment is appropriate if the bicep tendon moves out of the bicepital groove in the knob of the humerus.
What is done to treat the problem in such cases. Does it have to be reset? Are there exercises which help to move it back?
It would seem like rest, ice and elevation would not move the bicep tendon back into the groove.