|Place of Origin:||China Mainland|
|Certification:||Germany TUVISO13485,Canada CMDCAS,CE,RoHS,GB/T 9001-2000,Corporation business licence|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1000pcs|
|Supply Ability:||30000 PCS /MONTH|
Effective Tens Unit Stimulator Portable For Lower Blood Pressure / Neck And Shoulder
What Pain is TENS useful For?
People have reported good results from using TENS machines and TENS therapy for many types of pain and ailment. The effectiveness of TENS therapy of course varies from patient to patient and case by case.
Pain is the bodies warning sign to tell the brain there is a problem in the body. In nature, this is useful - a dog with a thawn in it's paw feels the pain and tries not to walk on the bad leg, or may lick the infection helping to remove the thawn, it's saliva will help too kill bacteria and kill the wound. Some types of pain are totally useless to us, we already know we have a bad back and not to do anything to strenous, since common sense and education tells us that would be bad for our condition. However we still have to live with the pain. So we look for ways to reduce or eliminate our pain.
TENS can be effective for treating the following types of pain and medical conditions
Product Features and Functions:
2,Has six major functions for Manual mode: Hammering, Acupuncture, Naprapathy, Cupping, Scraping and Massage.
Has four functions for the automatic mode: Low Blood Pressure, Body Shaping, Neck/Shoulder, Loin/Leg. Each function has four changes.
3,Soft starting design avoids discomfort due to sudden stimulation.
4,"Repeat" key can lock the best stimulation instantaneously.
5,Timing design with six sections of countdown 5,10,15,20,25 and 30 minutes.
Power: DC4.5V, 3AAA battery
Safety classification: Model BF internal power
Carton size: 53*18*49cm
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) currently is one of the most commonly used forms of electro analgesia. Hundreds of clinical reports exist concerning the use of TENS for various types of conditions, such as low back pain (LBP), arthritic pain, sympathetically mediated pain, bladder incontinence, Neutrogena pain, visceral pain, and postsurgical pain.