TENS for Pain Relief
Attach the pads directly to your skin and switch on the device, small electrical impulses are delivered to the affected area of your body.
The electrical impulses can not only interrupt pain signals from going to the spinal cord and brain, helping relieve pain and relax muscles but also promote the release of endorphins. These are the body’s natural painkillers.
It helps reduce pain caused by a wide range of conditions including:
- Knee Pain
- Neck Pain
- Sports Injuries
NMES for Better Training Effect
When attached to the skin, the device sends electrical impulses to the body’s motor nerves, causing rapid muscle contraction. These contractions can help:
- More muscle fibers activation
- Muscle strengthening
- Speed up muscle recovery time
- Maintenance of muscle mass and strength during long-time immobilization
- Retraining of selective muscle
- Reduce inflammation
- Control of oedema
Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) can also be used to prevent muscle atrophy associated with prolonged keen immobilization due to ligament reconstruction surgery or injury, and prevent the decreases in muscle strength, muscle mass, and the oxidative capacity of thigh muscles as well.
4 Devices Used Simultaneously
As many as 4 devices can be connected to the APP and used at the same time, improving efficiency substantially. And the device comes with 4 colored fasteners, which makes it easier to identify different devices you use for different purposes.
|Battery Life||More than 4 hours|
|Dimension||55mm×16mm （main unit）|
|Weight||60g (only main unit)|
|Self-adhesive electrode with magnetic connection:50mm×50mm (square)||4 pcs|
1. What is TENS, NEMS, MCR?
TENS is transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and it is non-invasive electrotherapy main for pain relief. NMES is neuromuscular electrical stimulation that directly stimulates surrounding motor nerves and causes muscle contraction. MCR is microcurrent therapy and it can mimic the body’s natural current (Current Of Injury), stimulate a dramatic increase in ATP, the energy that fuels all biochemical functions in the body.
2. How many treatment sessions could cure the indications？
It varies from the severity of the patient and should be confirmed by the professional therapist.