Treating Chronic Tendon Pain at the Source
The TenJet System bridges the gap in treatment options for tendinosis by enabling an image-guided, tissue selective resection of degenerative tendon tissue to target the source of chronic tendon pain and provide patients relief from tendinosis also referred to as chronic tendinitis or chronic tendinopathy.
Selectively Resect Diseased Tissue Using the Power of Water
TenJet’s innovative design utilizes a dual-lumen, 12-gauge needle with a 1.65 mm cutting window at the tip to deliver a pressurized, high-velocity jet of saline that acts as a cutting water blade to resect and evacuate diseased tendinopathic tissue. The patented technology uses fluid dynamics to create Venturi effect and an in-line suction at the needle tip to pull only the degenerative, tendinopathic tissue into the cutting window, where it is resected and evacuated instantaneously.
Treat Chronic Tendinopathy in an Outpatient Setting
TenJet enables physicians to treat calcifications, tendon thickening, and degeneration associated with tendinosis in an efficient yet precise manner, requiring only an outpatient setting to perform the procedure. Using TenJet, physicians can effectively remove only the diseased tissue and leave healthy tissue behind during real-time, image-guided procedures. Because an ultrasound-guided tenotomy using TenJet requires only a stab incision, the surgical site can be easily closed with Steri-Strips and in most cases, will not require sutures.
TenJet is used by physicians to treat a wide range of conditions resulting in chronic tendon pain.
- 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