Ready to Start Treating the Other Side of the Wound?
The Tenex Health TX-Bone MicroTip is FDA-cleared for use in the treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers.
The Tenex Health TX® System helps heal some diabetic foot ulcers with a single treatment versus other treatment methods that may require several applications. The TX-Bone MicroTip achieves this through helping the physician to treat the RIGHT side of the wound through surgical offloading and sub-ulcer debridement, relieving pressure by removing underlying tissue and bone via a minimally invasive approach. The Tenex Health TX® System and TX-Bone MicroTip are FDA-cleared for use in the treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers.
We now have a solution for treating non-healing and recurring Diabetic Foot Ulcers, improving patient's lives by providing them with the lasting results they need.
The Tenex Health TX System with TX-Bone MicroTip is the only technology that can provide:
A minimally invasive treatment that addresses structural root causes of the ulcer, not just its symptoms.
Rapid wound healing after just a single treatment with lasting results without recurrence.*
*Freed L. Diabetes 2020 Jun;69(Supplement 1)
We are excited to present an extensively researched white paper documenting the procedural safety, efficacy, and reproducibility of treating Diabetic Foot Ulcers with the Tenex Health TX System. The study discusses the technique, procedure guidelines, and rationale.
Subcutaneous Ultrasonic Needle Treatment for Chronic Refractory Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Independently authored by Christopher Bromley D.P.M., Lewis Freed D.P.M., and Devon Glazer D.P.M. with support from Trice Medical.
Patient Testimony – Anita
DFU Patient Brochure
Step Forward Into Healing – Get to the Root of Your Diabetic Foot Ulcer
15 (1.9mm) - Tip Gauge (approximate inner lumen OD)
11 (3.0 mm) - Sheat Gauge (approximate outer lumen ma OD)
650% - Volume as Percentage of TX1 Baseline (per stroke @26.5 kHz)
Soft + Hard - Tissue Indications
How does the treatment with the TX-Bone work?
Treats the scar tissue and bony prominence below the surface of the wound
How many treatments are needed to treat a diabetic foot ulcer?
Most often, it is a single treatment
WIll the treatment expand the wound?
Does not enter or expand the wound bed
Will the treatment affect healthy tissue?
Removes scar tissue while sparing healthy soft tissue
Are skin grafts required?
Skin grafts not required, but optional
How does the TX-Bone treat Diabetic Foot Ulcers?
Removes a contributing factor of recurrence, the bony prominence, for a better chance of fast and lasting healing