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TENDONITIS TREATMENT with TenDlite®

TENDONITIS TREATMENT with TenDlite®
  • New Anti-inflammatory & Analgesic light therapy for Tendonitis
  • Stimulates your Tendon’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

    TenDlite® speeds up your body's natural healing response and accelerates the tendonitis treatment up to 60% safely and easily. TenDlite® LED Light Therapy Device acts in 2 ways at once:

    a. Pain, inflammation and stiffness reduction. TenDlite® controls acute or chronic tendonitis inflammation, encouraging tissue healing, and reducing edema and bruising. The therapy physiologicallyTenDlite® JOINT PAIN RELIEF increases the local metabolic rate -- the energy production in the area - facilitating lymphatic drainage.

    b. Repair and regeneration of the tendon. TenDlite® activates the body's own natural healing process by accelerating the production of the connective tissue collagen, a key component for the complete recovery of your tendonitis. Tendons are made up of cells called fibroblasts, which are 86% collagen -- that's why fast collagen production is essential for healing of the injured joint. By accelerating collagen reproduction up to 60%, flexibility and elasticity are returned to the tendon.

    5 Steps Tendonitis Treatment

    The 5 Steps Tendonitis Treatment is divided into two simple phases:

    First Aid ->reacting immediately after the injury

    Repair & Regeneration -> treatment a few days after the injury, or any time after that (when the injury is chronic)

    FIRST AID PHASE

    1. R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression & Elevation)

    The very first step in your Tendonitis Treatment is basic first aid for your joint. Have you heard of the well-known sports medicine acronym "R.I.C.E."? It stands for Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. As soon as you feel the flare-up of acute tendonitis symptoms, start and continue all the steps of R.I.C.E.:

    a. REST

    Stop all of the activity that's causing you the pain and rest your injury for at least 3 weeks. That means no heavy, repetitive use of the inflamed tendon (and its joint, for instance, the elbow). This is very important if you want your treatment to succeed -- your tendon needs this break to start its healing process. Improper resting runs the risk of improper repair of the tendon, or chronic inflammation. Rest!

    b. ICE

    Right after your injury (or re-injury), use cold therapy. You can place a cold pack (even a bag of frozen vegetables will do for a while) on the area on the first 2 days for a duration of 20-30 minutes, at least 3 times a day. Ice will bring down the swelling and a numb the pain a bit. It's a natural anti-inflammatory and painkiller.

    c. COMPRESSION

    Compression is a way to reduce the painful swelling made by the inflammatory process. Wrap a snug elastic bandage, which can be found in drug stores, around the joint. Although it should definitely be snug, you don't want to make the compression too tight -- you still want proper, healthy circulation. You should be able to flex your muscles beneath the bandage without trouble. Don't use a plastic bandage, as they tend to get too tight and compromise that important blood flow.

    d. ELEVATION

    Last step! Elevation -- keeping the injury above the level of the heart, with the help of pillows, for instance -- will greatly reduce swelling, increasing the return of blood to the tendon, which will also help remove waste from the area, and in turn help it to heal.

    Now that you've reduced the swelling, it's time to treat the tendon.

     

    REPAIR & REGENERATION PHASE

    2 . TenDlite THERAPY – TenDlite® LED Light Therapy Device

    TenDlite® speeds up your body's natural healing response and accelerates the tendonitis treatment up to 60% safely and easily. TenDlite® LED Light Therapy Device acts in 2 ways at once:

    a. Pain, inflammation and stiffness reduction. TenDlite® controls acute or chronic tendonitis inflammation, encouraging tissue healing, and reducing edema and bruising. The therapy physiologicallyTenDlite® JOINT PAIN RELIEF increases the local metabolic rate -- the energy production in the area - facilitating lymphatic drainage.

    b. Repair and regeneration of the tendon. TenDlite® activates the body's own natural healing process by accelerating the production of the connective tissue collagen, a key component for the complete recovery of your tendonitis. Tendons are made up of cells called fibroblasts, which are 86% collagen -- that's why fast collagen production is essential for healing of the injured joint. By accelerating collagen reproduction up to 60%, flexibility and elasticity are returned to the tendon.

    3. SUPPLEMENTS

    A supplement you can take to combat tendonitis from the inside out is Omega-3. This easy-to-find, essential fatty acid reduces the inflammatory markers from fat tissue -- it's another step to reduce the inflammation of joints and muscles.

    4. BRACE

    Using a brace on the area reduces strain to the tendon, reduces the risk of pain, and protects against further injury -- all important parts of the healing process. Just make sure it fits and, like the compression you used in R.I.C.E., still allows for healthy blood flow.

    5. REHABILITATION & EVALUATION

    Rehabilitation - Rest is important for your affected joint, but keeping it inactive for too long actually makes it more vulnerable. Careful, consistent rehab of the joint is going to give it the strength it needs to get - and stay - healthy. You can begin rehabilitation of the joint by applying a light resistance to it with a controlled movement. Follow the movement by gentle stretching. Keep up this rehab routine daily for 3 weeks.

    Evaluation - By this step, it's time to evaluate your recovery progress and determine what the best way to proceed is. If you still feel pain after 3 weeks, that's okay: repeat steps 1-5 for another 3 weeks and see how you feel then. If your tendon feels better and stronger, keep going with your rehabilitation in the Step 9 while continuing to use TenDlite. At this point, use it once a day.

    Back to your activity! Light Exercises

    You should be ready to get back to your normal, day-to-day activities now. Remember to always warm up your tendon with a bit of activity before exercising. Afterward, stretch and do 1-2 minutes of TenDlite therapy. That way, you ensure that your tendon is getting enough stimulation for the production of collagen - which, as you recall, leads to the complete recovery of your tendon's elasticity. It also helps to avoid the poor formation of scar tissue, which can get in the way and cause chronic tendonitis.

    If your pain keeps persisting after your activities, stretching, and therapy, visit your doctor for further investigation.

    Completing Your Recovery

    How long will recovery from tendonitis take? It depends on the severity of the injury. It may take weeks to months to repair. With the proper steps and care, it can be done!

    Warning

    You should see your doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms:

    • Fever over 100 degrees Fahrenheit
    • Swelling, redness, and warmth
    • General illness or multiple sites of pain
    • Inability to move the affected area

     

    These could be signs of a medical problem that requires immediate attention.