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TenJet
TenJet offers the following benefits:
  • Minimally invasive method to treat the source of chronic tendon pain
  • Performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in about fifteen minutes
  • No stitches necessary
  • Covered by most insurance providers
  • Proven and effective technology used in thousands of spine and wound care applications for over fifteen years

Bienville Orthopaedic Specialists is the only provider of TenJet on the Mississippi Gulf Coast

TenJet enables a minimally invasive intervention designed to target and treat the source of your chronic tendon pain. This proven and effective technology utilizes a needle-like device to deliver a controlled, supersonic stream of water that removes diseased tendon while sparing healthy tissue. Just as a power washer removes the dirt from your car without affecting the shiny finish, TenJet is specifically engineered to remove scar tissue without harming healthy tendon. Performed under a local anesthetic in approximately fifteen minutes, the TenJet procedure treats the source of your tendon pain, allowing you to quickly return to daily activities.

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How Does TenJet Work?

The TenJet device is engineered to target and treat the source of your chronic shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and foot tendon pain. A quick and effective intervention, TenJet utilizes a controlled, high pressure stream of saline to remove diseased tendon while sparing healthy tissue. When TenJet is used in a minimally invasive procedure, stitches may not be needed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your physician will recommend the type of anesthetic suitable for your procedure. You may feel some discomfort as the anesthetic is being administered and after the anesthetic wears off.

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.

When TenJet is used in a minimally invasive procedure, stitches may not be needed.

Most insurance companies provide reimbursement for tenotomy procedures.

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