Friday, June 25, 2010

Balkowitsch Enterprises Now Sells The Tenease Tennis Elbow Device

Tenease Tennis Elbow Pain Relief Vibration Massager. Let Tenease ease the pain of Tennis Elbow! With over nine million sufferers in the USA every year, Tennis Elbow is a common condition that will affect most adults at some stage in their lives. Until now there has been no truly effective way of providing pain relief and promoting recovery for this condition. Over seven years in development and research, Tenease uses patented vibration therapy to block pain and potentially reduce the healing time for Tennis Elbow sufferers. Tennis Elbow is a chronic condition caused by damage to the fibers that make up the tendon. The latest research has shown that the condition is caused not by inflammation but by a lack of it which gives the characteristic pain in the elbow and weakness. Tenease provides instant pain relief and works to increase the blood flow to the tendon allowing the damaged tendon to heal itself. Tenease is the only device specifically developed for Tennis Elbow which is registered with the FDA and the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority). The device is safe, provides instant pain relief, is cost effective and easy to use. Strap on a Tenease, press the button and you'll receive 10 minutes of treatment providing pain relief for up to four hours. Doctors recommend at least three treatments a day.

- Immediate Pain Relief
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Clinically proven to block pain
- Encourages tendon healing
- Recommended by doctors
- Works for Golfers Elbow too

Epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is a common cause of elbow pain, characterized by pain over the outer side of the elbow, which may radiate down the forearm. Despite the names Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow, epicondylitis does not just afflict tennis or golf professionals. In fact, this common elbow problem affects around 3% of the population and is most often associated with work related activities. Although racquet sports are more prone to the condition, they account for only 10% to 15% of all sufferers and epicondylitis is equally common in men and women, usually between the ages of 30 and 50. The Tenease device generates high-frequency, mechanical vibration as opposed to electromagnetism, electrical current or shockwaves. It is known that pain is transmitted as impulses in the large sensory fibers of the body and by applying a certain frequency of vibration to the area of pain, it interacts with the pain impulse transmissions, causing disruption. The vibration is effectively ‘scrambling’ the sensory impulses to the extent that they cannot be interpreted as pain signals by the brain. It is also reported that high-frequency, mechanical vibrations, applied locally to an injured tendon, may stimulate the formation of new blood vessels. This increases the blood supply to the afflicted tendon and associated muscles and joints, potentially accelerating recovery, although this has yet to be clinically substantiated. Several studies have investigated the use of vibration therapy to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain in various parts of the body. The published study ‘Pain Alleviation by Vibratory Stimulation’, by Lundburg, Nordemar and Ottoson from Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, shows that vibration therapy is an effective treatment for both chronic and acute pain.

Tennis Elbow is caused by tendon strain through repetitive movement and a lack of inflammation of the tendon around the Lateral Epicondyle, the prominent bony part of the elbow. Until now there has been no effective treatment except for rest, anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injections or surgery. Strap the Tenease device to the elbow so it's held firmly in place situated directly over the source of the pain and press the button to activate the device. Up to three treatments a day can be administered easily with no danger of overuse. Just press the button and rest your arm. The Tenease unit activates for 10 minutes and provides treatment direct to the source of the pain. High frequency vibrations penetrate deep into the elbow to stimulate blood flow for repair and block pain signals to the brain. Treatment is painless and side effect free. Pain relief is instant and continues for up to 4 hours after each session but it's important to continue the treatment on a daily basis for up to three weeks for the best results. Most users experience full recovery within a number of weeks of starting treatment.

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