TenJet delivers a controlled, high-velocity stream of saline to remove diseased tendons while sparing healthy tissue. The minimally invasive intervention is performed in an outpatient setting using real-time ultrasound imaging to identify the diseased tendon. Stitches may not be needed with TenJet.
Distinguished physicians across the United States have used the TenJet device to help thousands of patients find quick and effective symptom resolution.
Conditions Treated Using TenJet
- Achilles chronic tendinitis treatment
- Bursitis treatment
- Calcific tendinitis treatment
- Patellar and Quadriceps chronic tendinitis treatment
- Plantar Fasciitis treatment
- Rotator Cuff calcific or chronic tendinitis treatment
- Surgical scar tissue debridement
- Tendinosis treatment
- Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow treatment
- Treatment of chronic hip pain due to Gluteus Medius tendinitis
- Treatment of hamstring or IT band injuries
- Treatment for repetitive tendon strain injuries
Your physician will recommend the type of anesthetic suitable for your procedure. You may feel some discomfort as the anesthetic is being administered and after the anesthetic wears off.
On average, you should experience pain relief within three months of treatment. Individual results may vary, and your physician will guide your post-treatment recovery plan.
When TenJet is used in a minimally invasive procedure, stitches may not be needed.
Tenotomy procedures are covered by most insurance providers.