Tenex Procedure: Advanced Achilles Tendinosis Treatment

The Tenex procedure is the newest and most advanced treatment for Achilles tendinosis. Through a minimally invasive scar approach, the scar tissue within the Achilles tendon is broken up via an ultrasonic signal. The scar tissue is then washed out via the special needle probe increasing blood supply to the area and allowing for rapid healing of the tissue. The best part of the Tenex procedure is the limited downtime. A boot is usually used for only 1-2 weeks and weight is allowed after the procedure.

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Our team of doctors at the Achilles Institute are at the forefront of Tenex treatment and have taught multiple courses and seminars about this innovative and state of the art procedure.

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