Percutaneous Needle Tenotomy
Percutaneous needle tenotomy treats chronic tendon conditions by disrupting pathological tissue with small holes inserted in the tendon, thus prompting a healing response, regaining circulation in the problem area, and resulting in tendon repair. The treatment is minimally invasive and is performed using ultrasound guidance. Percutaneous needle tenotomy a less costly procedure and allows for faster recovery to return to your everyday mobility.
Common Conditions Treated with Percutaneous Needle TenotomY
Rotator cuff tendinosis
Tenotomy of the hip or shoulder