Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a common condition caused by damage to the fibres that make up the tendon. Over seven years in development and helping relieve sufferers of their pain since 2010, Tenease uses low energy shockwave therapy to block the pain of tennis elbow and increase the blood flow to the damaged area. This allows the damaged tendon to heal in reduced time. In clinical trials 98% of users reported significant pain relief with 84% reported faster healing.
Recommended as a treatment option by NICE, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Tenease is easy to use, cost effective and completely safe. Strap on the device, press the button and you'll receive instant treatment to help you manage your pain. Doctors recommend at least three treatments of 10 minutes a day.
A 10 page, illustrated guide to tennis elbow to help you understand the condition and manage tennis elbow pain.
Find out why most doctors mistreat the condition, why some people suffer and others don't and the science behind shockwave therapy.
Tenease uses low energy Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) to block pain and reduce the healing time of tennis elbow, a treatment approved by NICE.
Developed by an orthopaedic surgeon, Tenease is recommended by many doctors as the primary treatment for both tennis elbow and golfer's elbow.
If you are not completely satisfied we will refund your purchase in full, including all postage, with no questions asked.
Tenease is manufactured by Medical Technology Ltd, a licenced medical device manufacturer and the one of the UK's leading manufacturers of pain relief devices for the UK and US market. Our manufacturing base is in Southampton, with a head office in Guernsey.
Medical Technology works with a medical team of orthopaedic surgeons and community pharmacists to develop new methods of pain relief for many conditions.
Les Gaskell, Manchester
It arrived this morning, I showed the wife how to set it up on her arm, she rolled her eyes as to say yea this is gona work guess what after 3 uses today she can lift her arm with out pain, that's just fantastic, will def recommend it to people, thank you and merry xmas
John Balzan, Cardiff
I have had tennis elbow for 1 year now and it wasn't progressing how i would have expected, I have tried everything apart from surgery so i thought I would give Tenease a go. Initially I did not feel any improvement but it has definitely improved in the last few weeks, my arm isn't as painful and you tend to notice small things like lifting the ironing board I used to get a sharp stabbing pain in my elbow but that has now gone. All in all I would say it is working and hopefully it will carry on healing as well as it is and i can get back to playing tennis again.
Bill Dakers, Edinburgh
Hello. I was surprised and heartened by your email. Surprised that you had followed up the purchase and heartened that you wanted to hear of my experience with it. I used it for about two to three weeks and can say it seems to have helped a lot. Unfortunately I tripped and fell and hurt my back a couple of weeks ago and that recovery has taken precedence over my elbows. As I have been unable to play golf since, my elbows don't hurt as much. Though to give you an idea of my problem with them I am unable to unscrew the top of of a bottle. However I do think the Tenease has been successful. All in all I have nothing other than positive views on the Tenease.
Neil Campsie, Melton
Getting on very well. Pain hasn't gone completely but getting better with ongoing use of Tenease.
Dipak Shah, Harrow
Yes it is good. It does help.