Remember having chickenpox as a kid? It might strike again . . . as shingles.
Shingles is common: Almost 1 out of 3 Americans will get shingles in their lifetime – and adults 60 and older make up about half of all cases.
So, how do health professionals stay well when they’re exposed to germs all day? And what’s their advice for you?
“I wash my hands . . . all the time!” – Becky, RN
Tenex is a one-time treatment for chronic tendon pain. Ultrasound pinpoints damaged tendon tissue; a microtip tool cuts and removes the damaged tissue without disturbing healthy tissue, allowing the tendon to heal. The procedure takes just minutes, with local anesthetic and no stitches required. Recovery takes about six to eight weeks.
Tenex can treat:
· Plantar fasciitis
· Achilles tendinosis
· Shoulder tendinosis
· Hip tendinosis
· Tennis elbow