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KNEE TENDONITIS TREATMENT with TenDlite®

KNEE TENDONITIS TREATMENT with TenDlite®
  • New Anti-inflammatory & Analgesic light therapy for Knee Tendonitis
  • Stimulates your Knee’s own healing process, shortening recovery time by 60%
  • FDA cleared device | Drug Free | Pain Free | No Side-effects
  • Technology used on Pro-Athletes by leading Doctors
  • Easy to use | Fast Healing at Home or On-the-Go
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TenDlite® Anti-Inflammatory & Analgesic Light Therapy

TenDlite® Anti-Inflammatory & Analgesc Light Therapy

TenDlite utilizes state of the art technology used on Pro Athletes by today’s leading Doctors, Physical Therapists and Trainers.

Now with TenDlite, you can Successfully treat your Injury at Home for a fraction of the cost.

    TenDlite THERAPY - TenDlite® LED Light Therapy Device

    Your body knows what it needs in order to heal itself. By increasing your body's own natural healing reaction, therapy with TenDlite® speeds up your knee tendonitis treatment up to 60%. TenDlite® works in 2 ways at once by:

    a. Reducing Pain, Swelling and Stiffness. TenDlite® boosts the metabolic rate at the site of your injury, giving it more "energy" to facilitate the lymphatic drainage it needs to heal faster. It regulates serious Buy TenDlite® Nowor chronic tendonitis inflammation, encouraging tissue healing and reducing edema and bruising.

    b. Restoring and Regenerating the tendon's connective tissue at the cellular level. Since tendons are made of fibroblast cells, which are 86% collagen, TenDlite®'s encouragement of the fibroblasts to produce new collagen is a key component for the complete recovery of your tendonitis. Fast collagen reproduction is the key to the treatment of the damaged joint; it re-establishes flexibility, elasticity and strength. TenDlite® speeds up this process up to 60%.

    5 Steps Knee Tendonitis Treatment

    The 5 Steps Knee Tendonitis Treatment consists of 2 simple phases:

    First Aid Phase -> the response right after the injury

    Repair & Regeneration Phase -> the gradual repair and healing of the injury

    FIRST AID PHASE

    1. R.I.C.E. - First aid is the first crucial step in taking care of an injury, and your knee tendonitis needs this care as soon as possible after it begins. First aid for your joint requires the sports medicine technique that goes by the well-known acronym R.I.C.E. Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. Each of these 4 steps should be started and continued simultaneously for the best care.

    a. REST Stop the activity that was causing the pain and rest for 3 weeks. That might mean stopping all sports activities, pausing work, or simply getting off your feet more often to give your knee a real break. True rest is extremely important if you want success in your knee tendonitis treatment in order to start the recovery process! Failing to rest well can put you at risk for improper tissue healing, and as a result, further injury.

    b. ICE

    Use cold therapy for 2 days right after you get injured or re-injured. Ice is a natural inflammatory and a natural anesthetic -- it will help take the swelling and pain down. A cold pack is easy to place on the knee; if you don't have a cold pack, gently placing ice wrapped in a towel on your inflamed tendon will also work. The first 2 days are the most important time for ice in a tendonitis injury, so for the first 48 hours, apply it in sessions of 20-30 minutes, three times a day. Apply again if you get re-injured.

    c. COMPRESSION

    Compression might sound painful against an injury, but in fact, it's used to lessen the inflammation created by the tendon's inflammatory process. By wrapping an elastic bandage -- rather than a plastic one, which can compromise blood flow by getting too tight -- around your knee, you'll be helping your tendon heal. It should be snug, but with room to breathe and contract your muscles underneath. You want that proper blood flow.

    d. ELEVATION

    Elevating your knee tendonitis injury greatly reduce swelling by increasing the return of healthy blood to the circulatory system. Besides the decrease in edema (swelling), the restored circulation will even help by getting rid of unnecessary waste from the area. While resting (Step 1.a. - still important!), comfortably prop your knee up with pillows so that it is above heart level.

    REPAIR & REGENERATION PHASE

    This phase may be started a couple of days after the injury or anytime if the injury is already chronic. Now that you have decreased the swelling in the surrounding area, it's time to cure the tendon.

    2 . TenDlite THERAPY - TenDlite® LED Light Therapy Device

    Your body knows what it needs in order to heal itself. By increasing your body's own natural healing reaction, therapy with TenDlite® speeds up your knee tendonitis treatment up to 60%. TenDlite® works in 2 ways at once by:

    a. Reducing Pain, Swelling and Stiffness. TenDlite® boosts the metabolic rate at the site of your injury, giving it more "energy" to facilitate the lymphatic drainage it needs to heal faster. It regulates serious Buy TenDlite® Nowor chronic tendonitis inflammation, encouraging tissue healing and reducing edema and bruising.

    b. Restoring and Regenerating the tendon's connective tissue at the cellular level. Since tendons are made of fibroblast cells, which are 86% collagen, TenDlite®'s encouragement of the fibroblasts to produce new collagen is a key component for the complete recovery of your tendonitis. Fast collagen reproduction is the key to the treatment of the damaged joint; it re-establishes flexibility, elasticity and strength. TenDlite® speeds up this process up to 60%.

    3. SUPPLEMENTS An additional way to keep your tendon healthy is to combat the tendonitis from within with supplements. Omega-3 is an essential unsaturated fatty acid that can't be made by the body. Taking Omega-3 supplements decreases the output of inflammatory markers from fat tissue, which simply means that the inflammation in your muscles and joints will be reduced.

    4. BRACE Brace your knee using a knee brace. This will ease the strain on the affected tendon and help to prevent provoking pain. The stabilizing brace is also a protective measure against further damage.

    5. REHABILITATION & EVALUATION a. Rehabilitation is an important step to ensure the health of your tendon and keep it accustomed to movement. Start by using a light resistance in against flexing and extending your knee. The movements should be slow and controlled, followed by stretching of the afflicted knee by gently extending.

    b. Evaluation - By this step, you should have an idea of how your tendonitis is doing. If you still feel pain after 3 weeks of following the prior steps, don't push yourself onward. As you recall, "no pain no gain" isn't the motto of tendonitis. Rest and repeat steps 1-5 for another 3 weeks and see how you feel then.

    If your tendon does feel better and stronger, you can proceed with further rehabilitation while continuing to use TenDlite® daily.

    Getting Back to your Activities and Light Exercises

    It's time to return to your activity! By now, you'll be ready to return to your regular activities -- your tendon is strong enough to take that step. Always warm up your knee tendon before exercising, however! Follow by stretching it out and doing 1-2 minutes of TenDlite® therapy afterward in order to ensure that the tendon is getting enough stimulation toward the production of collagen and complete recovery of elasticity. It also helps to prevent the formation of poor scar tissue. After this therapy, it's important to avoid injury; scar tissue can cause chronic tendonitis.

    How Long Is Recovery?

    Recovery from tendonitis usually takes weeks to months to disappear, based on the severity of your injury. Following the above treatment plan with care, however, will help to lessen your recovery time a much as possible.

    If your pain persists after this knee tendonitis treatment, please visit your doctor for further medical investigation.

    Warning:

    You need to see your doctor if you encounter any of the following:

    • Fever (over 100 degrees Fahrenheit)
    • Swelling, redness, and warmth
    • General illness or multiple sites of pain
    • Incapability to move the affected region

     

    These could be signs of another problem that requires more urgent attention.