The TenJet® procedure is an innovative treatment that reduces pain caused by chronic soft tissue conditions like tendonitis. Advanced Spine and Pain Center, with three offices in San Antonio, Texas, offers the TenJet procedure to treat many chronic pain conditions like tennis elbow and plantar fasciitis. The pain management clinic has done more TenJet procedures than any other provider in the metropolitan area. To learn more about the TenJet procedure and how it can help you, call to schedule an appointment with the pain management experts or book online today.
The TenJet procedure is a minimally invasive treatment primarily used for chronic tendonitis.
Tendonitis is inflammation of the tendons that usually occurs from overuse. When left untreated, the ongoing inflammation can damage a tendon, causing it to break down, leading to chronic tendonitis, also called tendinosis.
The TenJet procedure uses a high-velocity stream of saline fluid that removes the damaged parts of the tendon without touching the healthy tissue. The board-certified physicians at Advanced Spine and Pain Center use the TenJet procedure to help their patients get quick and effective relief from their tendon pain.
Advanced Spine and Pain Center providers perform the TenJet procedure to treat a number of conditions that cause soft tissue inflammation and pain. They use the minimally invasive procedure to treat:
The pain management clinic also uses TenJet to debride (remove) surgical scar tissue and treat repetitive tendon strain injuries.
Your provider at Advanced Spine and Pain Center reviews the details of your TenJet procedure at your consultation, so you know what to expect. They perform the procedure in the outpatient setting, and you’re given anesthesia to remain comfortable throughout the entire treatment.
Your provider makes a small incision at the site of your injured tissue and inserts the needle-like device. Using real-time imaging, your provider carefully and expertly removes the damaged tissue.
They send you to the recovery area for monitoring, and then you go home.
Recovery following the TenJet procedure varies and depends on your initial diagnosis and treatment plan. To prepare, Advanced Spine and Pain Center explains what you can expect during recovery before your surgery.
You may notice improvements in your pain within two weeks and continued improvements over the next three months.
Advanced Spine and Pain Center creates a personalized post-procedure treatment plan to support your recovery, which may include physical therapy.
Call Advanced Spine and Pain Center or book an appointment online today to learn more about the TenJet procedure.