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SportVis™
THE LATEST INDICATION FOR RECOVERY FROM EPICONDYLITIS
Here you will find detailed information why SportVis™ helps the recovery of epicondylitis. Take some time to browse the sections below.

About SportVis™
SportVis™ has received approval as the newest and most innovative treatment for epicondylitis – commonly known as tennis or golfer’s elbow.
SportVis™ is administered by a trained medical professional using the fanning technique along 2 planes via a peri-articular injection. The fanning technique is useful in manually spreading out the BIOCOMPATIBLE Hyaluronic Acid along the injured tendon for a speedier recovery.

The main content of SportVis™ is STABHA™ (Soft Tissue Adapted Biocompatible Hyaluronic Acid).
SportVis™ is a registered product. Both SportVis™ and the manufacturing process for STABHA™ are patented.
A large clinical study conducted over the period of 1 year showed the following results:

SportVis™ Increases Grip Strength

Patients with epicondylitis have better grip strength up to 1 year after using SportVis™

SportVis™ Decreases Pain

Patients with epicondylitis have lesser pain when applying grip strength up to 1 year after using SportVis™
Patients with epicondylitis have lesser pain at rest up to 1 year after using SportVis™
Sodium hyaluronate has an ancillary effect of reducing pain and limiting inflammation.
SportVis™ containing STABHA™ (Soft Tissue Adapted Biocompatible Hyaluronic Acid) will help reduce the pain and limit inflammation in epicondylitis.

How many injections are necessary?

It is recommended that patients suffering from epicondylitis receive 2 injections of SportVis™, with the 2nd injection a week later after the 1st administration.

Epicondylitis - A Chronic Problem: Is it too late?

There is no time frame for using SportVis™ if you are suffering from epicondylitis.

How does SportVis™ work?

SportVis™ introduces STABHA™ (BIOCOMPATIBLE Hyaluronic Acid) to the site to promote recovery. It also aids by lubricating the injury site for the realignment of the injured tissue fibres to its ideal position for increased tensile strength.

 

 

 

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