bye BYE PAIN, HELLO ACTIVE LIFE
Are you a silent sufferer?
Do you have pain associated with Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis/Golfer's Elbow, Achilles Tendonitis, Jumper's/Runner's Knee or Swimmer's Shoulder/Shoulder Pain?
EOSC has the solution to treat your pain and help you return to the lifestyle you enjoy!
Tenex Health TX
Tenex Health TX is a groundbreaking technology available to treat your pain. Tenex Health TX was developed in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic to provide patients with a minimally invasive option for:
Quick pain relief
Rapid return to normal activities
Local anesthetic instead of general anesthesia
No sutures, no stitches (tiny incision requires only a small bandage)
Short procedure time - just minutes, not hours
Here at EOSC, we are making it
so much easier for you to quickly experience pain relief from tendon injuries.
EOSC is one of the only facilities in Illinois offering this advanced procedure that gives patients quick and long lasting pain relief. Recovery time is short and this medical procedure is covered by most insurances.
Tenex Health TX (medically known as Percutaneous Tenotomy or Percutaneous Fasciotomy) combines sophisticated ultrasonic imaging to pinpoint damaged tissue with the advanced TX MicroTip™ which precisely breaks down and extracts the damaged tissue that causes tendon pain. Since the surrounding healthy tissue is not disturbed, patients enjoy less discomfort and quicker recovery times versus traditional open surgical procedures.
View Tenex Health TX Video
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To learn more about the surgeons currently utilizing the Tenex Health TX, please select the links below:
- Tenex Health TX - Patient Info
- EOSC Tenex Press Release
- Download Tenex Video
- Download EOSC Tenex Flyer
Patients used to avoid surgery for tendon problems such as Tennis Elbow because of the long recovery times and the mixed results. Now, they can quickly experience relief and get back to all the activities that they enjoy.
--Ramsey Ellis, MD