Do you suffer from tendinitis? This occurs when the tendon (thick fibrous cords attaching muscle to bone) becomes irritated or inflamed. What you might notice is a painful or tender sensation around the affected joint.


Tendinitis could manifest in any of your tendons, however, it is most commonly seen in the shoulder, wrist, elbow (a condition called tennis elbow), heel and knee. So common is this condition, in fact, that it is estimated about 70,000 people miss work per year because of the pain, swelling and redness stemming from this condition. 


What is the best treatment for tendinitis? Many people opt for surgery or harsh medication only to be presented with unwanted side effects. Low-level laser therapy is a much safer treatment modality that noticeably reduces the inflammation in the affected area and increases collagen synthesis - greatly relieving the patient of tendinitis pain. 


The LaserTRX device for chronic pain has rid countless of patients of their tendinitis symptoms and provides long-lasting therapeutic results. The device works on low-level laser therapy, also known as cold laser therapy, to treat inflammation at a cellular level and accelerate the healing process. This treatment is known to regenerate damaged tissue faster than its counterparts in a safe and progressive manner - without the side effects!




Tendinitis - Early Signs to Watch Out For

There are certain signs and symptoms that are unmistakable with tendinitis. For instance, you might notice;

  • Pain or a dull ache when moving the affected joint

  • Tenderness

  • Minor swelling

If the signs persist and stunt your daily activities, we strongly urge you to ask your doctor about the healing benefits of low-level laser therapy.


What causes tendinitis? Tendinitis could occur as a result of a sudden injury, however, in a majority of cases, the condition stems from repetitively performing a certain movement over a long period of time. 


For instance, some might develop tendinitis because their job involves lifting heavy objects onto high shelves, playing tennis using an incorrect technique that could overload the tendon, or using heavy hand-held power tools that apply undue pressure on the tendons.


There are certain risk factors as well that you’d want to keep an eye out for. 

Age: Tendons lose their flexibility with age leaving them more prone to injury

Profession: If your job involves repetitive, awkward motions, overhead reaching, vibration or forceful exertions, you may be at a higher risk of developing tendinitis.

Sports: Tennis, basketball, bowling, swimming and baseball involve repetitive motions and, if performed with the incorrect technique, could lead to tendon injuries. 

Complications: If you do not get your tendinitis treated in a timely manner, there is a risk of increasing the rupture which would then require a harsher treatment like surgery. Again, we strongly recommend seeking the right treatment immediately the moment you notice a sore tendon.




Low-Level Laser Therapy - a Safe and Effective Treatment for Tendinitis

Surgery should always be the last resort. To keep your tendinitis symptoms in control, ask your doctor about using a cold laser therapy device. 


Low-level laser therapy devices like LaserTRX can help to regenerate injured tissue and improve blood circulation. This treatment has been praised for its efficacy in assisting with pain relief for patients suffering from conditions like fibromyalgia, arthritis, menstrual pain, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, muscle sprains and strains, sports injuries, and can even offer post-surgical pain relief. 


How does LaserTRX work? LaserTRX optimizes treatment results by combining 4 energies into one product. These energies apply low-level lasers to the surface of the affected area to relieve pain and stimulate cell function. LLLT accelerates Adenosine Triphosphate Production (ATP) by increasing metabolism and allow the Ischemic cells in the affected tissue to heal properly. 


The benefits of the LaserTRX device are wide as they are varied. The device;


- Can be self-administered at home in 15-minute sessions

- Provides noticeable pain relief after a handful of sessions

- Reduces inflammation, tenderness and stiffness

- Accelerates the healing of damaged tissue

- Repairs nerves and greatly improves nerve function

- Returns feeling to areas affected as a result of minor numbness

- Has little to no side effects caused by medications and surgery



LaserTRX can effectively help you manage your tendinitis pain symptoms - at home! 

The device is now available at an attractive promotional price of $985. One device can be shared between family members to treat a range of pain symptoms. 


Get your LaserTRX device today and conquer your tendinitis pain.