Achilles T-Shellz Wrap

  • The Achilles TShellz Wrap®: a crucial tool for Chronic Tendon Wear

    When most people think of Achilles related conditions, they instantly think of tendonitis. The truth is, more tendon related conditions involve a gradual breakdown of the tendon tissue along with mild to moderate development of scar tissue. The Achilles bears a tremendous amount of the body's weight, which makes the tendon prone to injury and to degenerative changes. The tendon simply weakens over time, and eventually at some point in the future, a specific movement or steps cause more damage to the Achillles. At that time, the issue becomes more prominent and constant.

    As tendons lack an enhanced supply of blood flow, challenges and generally weak results are experienced when you attempt to heal your tendon injury only through the traditional recommendations of stretching or wearing of an ankle brace or support. While we do not downplay the importance of protecting an injured Achilles through the use supports and braces, one must do more and supplement with treatments designed to accelerate the rebuilding of the injured tissues.

    In addition, you do not want to over-rely on the use of cold compression therapy. Cold therapy is designed to reduce blood flow to tendons by constricting the vessels. If you constantly reduce blood flow to the tendon, that tendon can potentially take much longer to heal. Cold therapy treatments can certainly help alleviate short term bouts of inflammation, but once again, a focus on healing is needed for long-term success and this requires getting consistent blood flow to the tendon consistently (which is where the T-Shellz Wrap comes into use).


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    The Achilles T-Shellz Wrap is based on Electromagnetic Energy - an energy found to be very beneficial during the healing process. This form of energy is designed specifically to penetrate into dense tissues (such as tendons). When using the T Shellz Wrap, you open up the vessels within the tendon, which allows for more oxygen and nutrients to reach the damaged tissues. This serves as the catalyst for the healing process.

• Targeted treatment of the achilles tendon.

• Can be used before exercise to warm up the achilles, helping reduce the risk of injury. Heat increases flexibility & length of tendons and muscles,  temporarily reducing re-injury risk.

• FDA Registered medical device for use in home or clinics - very high quality.

• The TShellz Wrap provides deep heat, which the body responds to by increasing blood flow. Increased blood flow enhances the healing rate - saving time and money when associated with extended doctor or physical therapist visits

• The TShellz Wrap is an outstanding tool for post-surgery rehabilitation, getting you back to work faster

Achilles Heel Stretch Before Run




Although tendons contain blood vessels and nerves, compared to other parts of the body, the Achilles tendons have a very poor supply of blood. They receive the least amount of blood between 3/4" and 2 1/2" above where the Achilles tendon attaches to the calcaneus heel bone making this area the weakest part of the Achilles tendon and the slowest area to heal.

With each step, your Achilles tendon supports the weight of your entire body. Depending on your speed, the length between your steps, and the ground beneath you, your Achilles could be supporting 3-12x the force of your body weight! In a study of the functional anatomy of the Achilles tendon, participants experienced 12.5x the force of their body weight exerted on their Achilles Tendon while running! That means that your tendon has to be able to support extreme amounts of pressure on a daily basis!

In order for your Achilles Tendon to perform the task you need it to, it must be strong and healthy. Nourishment for your tendon is provided by good circulation of your blood. Blood for your Achilles is provided by two arteries. These arteries pump blood through the calf muscles and the bone interfaces which transfers blood to your tendon. Unfortunately, this means that only PART of your tendon is receiving steady, consistent blood flow. The circulation where the Achilles meets the heel bone is very weak. Blood supply to the area in your tendon 3/4-2/12" above the Achilles-Heel connection has the lowest blood supply.

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If your Achilles tendon is injured and you continue to stretch and strain it, tough and inflexible scar tissue will replace the Achilles tendon's normally elastic fibrous tissue. The unhealthy tissue now in place hurts during exercise, is more likely to further degrade, and can become a constant pain even while you walk. An Achilles tendon injury or tendonitis (also spelled tendinitis) that is left untreated can become a chronic condition that is extremely troublesome to cure. So, if your Achilles is injured, it's important to treat it and heal as fast as possible.