New Tendon Treatment Offers Faster Recovery Time

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Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine now offering Tenex Health TX procedure

Los Angeles Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Steven Meier

The goal in orthopedic medicine is to give patients the least invasive, most advanced treatments available to get them back to being active. The Tenex Health TX system is a great tool in the development of orthopedic medicine.

The Tenex Health TX procedure is great for patients who can’t afford the longer recovery period from traditional surgery. Lateral/Medial Epicondylitis (Tennis/Golfers Elbow), Patellar Tendonitis (Jumpers Knee), Achilles Tendonosis, and Plantar Fasciitis are all injuries that the Tenex system can assist with. Patients with signs and symptoms of chronic pain greater than three months with point tenderness around their joints and tendons may be eligible to benefit from this advanced treatment option.

Performed as an outpatient procedure, Tenex Health TX allows patients to resume their normal lifestyle and activities soon after the procedure has been completed. Most patients are able to walk soon after and may even be able to drive themselves home following the procedure. No stitches or sutures are required, and just a small adhesive bandage is needed to cover the incision spot. The usual recovery period is about 4-6 weeks, before returning back to normal activities. However, individual results may vary from person to person and case by case.

“There are many things that we can do to help ease tendon pain, such as prescribe braces, physical therapy, rest, or pain medications,” says Dr. Meier. “However, patients best suited for Tenex Health TX have tried all of these approaches with no success. With a successful outcome using the Tenex system, patients can finally find relief from their tendon pain.”

Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine also provides arthroscopic procedures for orthopedic conditions that the Tenex Health TX system cannot accommodate, such as ACL tears or damaged rotator cuffs. Knee pain, arthritis, damaged cartilage, shoulder pain, and broken bones require specific treatments. Although some of these conditions may require surgery, new techniques and advancements are making recovery easier and faster. Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine stays up to date with the latest technologies in orthopedic medicine to ensure procedures are as effective as possible.    

“The goal in orthopedic medicine is to give patients the least invasive, most advanced treatments available to get them back to being active. The Tenex Health TX system is a great tool in the development of orthopedic medicine,” says Dr. Meier.    

Steven Meier, M.D. is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine doctor in Beverly Hills, California. As a renowned expert in the most advanced techniques for tendon pain, Dr. Meier is highly sought-after for his advanced orthopedic procedures and knowledge of the Tenex Health TX System. He graduated with honors from Loyola Medical School in Chicago, received his residency training at Northwestern University, and completed his fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery at the University of California San Diego. To learn more about Dr. Meier and his practice, please visit http://www.MOSM.com/.

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