TenJet For Tenotomy

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Treating Chronic Tendon Pain at the Source

The TenJet System enables an ultrasound guided, percutaneous tenotomy and fasciotomy treatment to target the source of chronic tendon pain. The technology utilizes a two channel, 12-gauge needle specifically engineered to deliver a controlled supersonic stream of saline that differentiates between diseased and healthy tendons.

TenJet’s patented design uses the principles of flow dynamics to create an in-line Venturi suction effect to debride and evacuate diseased tissue instantaneously, enabling continuous visualization of changes in tendon pathology. The TenJet procedure is performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in approximately 15 minutes, providing patients with many of the benefits of surgical debridement.

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Applications

Shoulder

Shoulder

Elbow

Elbow

Knee

Knee

Achilles

Achilles

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

Features & Benefits

A percutaneous, ultrasound guided method to debride diseased tendon while sparing healthy tissue

A percutaneous, ultrasound guided method to debride diseased tendon while sparing healthy tissue

Performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in 14 minutes

Performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in 14 minutes

A nonthermal, supersonic stream of saline delivered at controlled speeds through a twelve-gauge needle

A nonthermal, supersonic stream of saline delivered at controlled speeds through a twelve-gauge needle

Small incision eliminates the need for sutures.

Small incision eliminates the need for sutures.

Venturi suction effect provides simultaneous evacuation of debrided tissue

Venturi suction effect provides simultaneous evacuation of debrided tissue

Covered by most insurance providers

Covered by most insurance providers

Physician Testimonials

I have had wonderful success utilizing TenJet on my patients

I have had wonderful success utilizing TenJet on my patients with chronic heel pain. It is a quick, effective, easy to perform minimally invasive technique that leaves the anatomical structures intact and burns no bridges. Patients are back to activity in a normal shoe within days and complications have been non existent.

Mark Hofbauer, DPM The Orthopedic Group

I have seen excellent results with TenJet

Many of my patients have chronic tendinopathy and have seen excellent results, with fast recovery and pain relief, when treated with TenJet. TenJet is an excellent device for the treatment of both chronic and subacute tendinopathy.

Pradeep Albert, MD Medical Arts Radiology

TenJet is an efficient & focused percutaneous surgical instrument

TenJet proves to be a highly efficient and focused percutaneous surgical instrument to access and debride diseased tissue under ultrasound visualization.

Reggie Kapteyn, DO Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon

Superior ability to reach pathologic tissue

I have been looking for years for effective treatments of chronic tendinopathies. I have found TenJet to be easier to operate with less interruption time from the tubing getting clogged and superior ability to reach the pathologic tissue due to its length. The patients I have performed this modality on have had nearly immediate improvement and have been completely satisfied.

Chad Stephens, DO Noble Pain Management & Sports Medicine

TenJet is a more refined instrument

TenJet is a more refined instrument than a burr or rotary shaver.

Daniel Fett, MD Orthopaedic Associates of Muskegon

Patient FAQ's

At the beginning of the procedure, you may feel some discomfort when the physician administers a local anesthetic. After your treatment, you may feel some soreness in the treated area that can be relieved with over-the-counter medications.

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.

Due to TenJet’s minimally invasive approach, stitches are not needed.

Most insurance providers cover the TenJet procedure.