Rona Law, DPM


If you have chronic Achilles tendinitis or plantar fasciitis, please talk to Dr. Rona Law about TenJet.

Most tendon conditions fall into two categories: Tendinitis and Tendinosis.

Tendinitis is associated with an inflammatory response to an injury. When a tendon is unable to heal or is repeatedly reinjured, the tendon fibers can break down causing loss of structure and loss of strength. This condition is referred to as tendinosis. At this stage, tendons may retain fluid, develop calcifications, develop small tears, and, if left untreated, develop partial tears, full-thickness tears, or rupture.

Tendinitis and tendinosis represent different types of tendon condition. Although tendinosis is often referred to as chronic tendinitis, each requires different treatment approaches. Understanding which condition is affecting you could impact your treatment and time to resolution.

TenJet enables foot and ankle surgeons to treat patients suffering from Achilles tendinosis and chronic plantar fasciitis using minimally invasive techniques.

Learn more about TenJet here!

Have you been struggling with chronic tendon pain due to tendinitis or from plantar fasciitis for more than 6 months?

Have you tried steroid injections, physical therapy, other treatments, and nothing seems to help?

CONSIDER TenJet as a treatment option!