Put an end to painful Tennis Elbow with Tenease
Helping relieve sufferers of their pain since 2010, Tenease blocks the pain of tennis elbow and shortens the healing time while increasing grip strength and flexibility.
In clinical trials 98% of users reported significant pain relief with 84% reporting faster healing with greater mobility.
Speeds recovery & reduces pain
Tennis elbow is a painful condition that if untreated, can last for many months. Doctors often suggest painful injections or long periods of rest and expensive physiotherapy.
Created by a dedicated UK medical team, Tenease uses precise frequency vibration (shockwaves) to block the pain and stimulate healing of the damaged tendon leading to quicker healing and pain free recovery.
Used occasionally during the day Tenease is conveniently rechargeable overnight using a USB connection and provides 10 pre-programmed treatment modes.
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Why you can trust Tenease to help you
Tenease was developed by UK surgeon, Mr Ranjan Vhadra in 2010
Mr. Vhadra graduated in medicine from St. Bartholomew's Medical School in London. He's a practicing orthopaedic surgeon and also a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. When he's not operating or giving lectures to other surgeons, Mr. Vhadra works on finding treatments to bring relief to millions of people suffering from the condition.
Tenease came about through Mr. Vhadra's research as a trainee surgeon. Shockwave therapy has been around for a while, and there's been a lot of research on its effectiveness in medical literature. However, the treatment required big and expensive machines, making it only available in hospitals. But Mr. Vhadra, along with a small group of engineers, managed to shrink the electronics and make it portable for everyone. Now, Tenease is a user-friendly, safe, and effective device that many sufferers find incredibly helpful.
For many patients Tenease is a great way to manage their pain without relying on medication. It's available in multiple countries and has successfully helped thousands of sufferers.
Tenease was the winner of the 2009 Schroders Award for Innovation. The device has been selling to the UK and EU markets since 2010 and is now a more powerful and effective version of the original early version. Rechargable and moulded to fit the body it is now officially the fourth version of the device.
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Clinical papers and studies
- The Effects of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) in Treating Lateral Epicondylitis in People Between 40 and 50 Years Old
- Shock wave therapy for patients with lateral epicondylitis of the elbow (tennis elbow): a one to two year follow-up study.
- Pain alleviation by vibratory stimulation, Lundeberg et al, The Journal of Pain, 1984.
- Effect of vibratory stimulation on experimental and clinical pain, Lundeberg et al - Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitative Medicine, 1988.
- Effects of vibratory stimulation on muscular pain threshold and blink response in human subjects, Pantaleo et al – Journal of Pain 1986.
- Treatment Options for Tennis Elbow - 2008.
- Vibration Anesthesia: Discussion.
- Vibratory stimulation for the alleviation of chronic pain, Acta Physiol Scand Suppl. 1983;523:1-51.