Jason Fond offers Local Man Cutting-Edge Surgery

Posted November 20, 2015 by pzmediainc1

Jason Fond uses new technology to cure man’s tennis elbow

For more than 30 years New York City pizzeria owner Gary Moses has served thousands of pizzas to hungry customers throughout the area, but tossing pizza dough around, like any repetitive task, can wreak havoc on one’s body. Moses found this out the hard way when the tendons in his right arm started causing him trouble. Moses had developed what’s commonly referred to as Tennis Elbow and it got so bad that Moses considered retiring, but then surgeon Jason Fond offered a solution to Moses’s problem.

The solution came in the form of the TENEX Health TX system, which is a relatively new procedure that uses ultrasonic energy to remove damaged nerve tissue. This procedure supplies patients with a relatively painless and quick alternative to the more traditional methods of curing Tennis Elbow.

The previous cure for Tennis Elbow involved making an incision into the patient’s elbow and actually cutting away the damaged tissue with a scalpel. This was a rather painful procedure and the patient could take up to six weeks to heal. But perhaps the worst part of all was the fact that this procedure wasn’t always effective. Moses had gone through this treatment in the past, but after a year’s time his elbow began troubling him again.

It was at this point that Jason Fond suggested the TENEX Health TX treatment. He placed Moses under local anesthesia and made a small incision in his elbow. Jason Fond then inserted small ultrasonic needles into the incision and used an instrument called the TX Micro Tip to direct the ultrasonic waves to cut away the damaged tissue. All in all the procedure was relatively painless, took about 20 minutes and, most importantly of all, appears to have been much more effective than the traditional method, as Moses was back to work only a few weeks later and appears to be having no trouble with his elbow.

The TENEX HEALTH TX technology was relatively new when Jason Fond performed the surgery on Moses, but he says he knew the science behind it was sound and is now training other surgeons in its use.

About: Jason Fond is an orthopedic surgeon working for Northeastern Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

For more details visit at:http://ask.fm/jasonfond
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Last Updated November 20, 2015