- Pain, tenderness or burning around a joint.
- Stiffness in the joint, possibly reducing the range of motion
- Swelling of the joint, usually mild
- Soreness after the original injury has healed
Pain can worsen during and after activity involving the tendon. The area can become stiffer the following day and a general loss of motion at the joint may occur. Joints most commonly affected are the shoulder, elbow, wrist, thumb, hip, knee or heel.