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Tools, techniques and tips for managing pain. Reviews, case studies, insights and product analysis. Extensive research on pain management products.

Pain can be debilitating at times – and for this reason – we strive to unearth innovative products and techniques that can be effective in countering it. When we produce a review or case study, we want to inform you, the consumer – and help you to decide whether something can be of benefit to you. We look at all aspects of a product, providing context with scenarios, and our overall rating system takes into account important factors, such as: features, ease of use and value for money. This gives a more balanced view – and makes it possible to directly compare and rate – one thing against another.

Our overall aim is to identify standout products and techniques that can help to relieve, reduce and play a part in eventually eradicating pain.

TENS Therapy Research: (Important!) Arguments For And Against

TENS Therapy

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy is the most widely used type of electrotherapy for the management of both chronic and acute pain. The therapy is administered through a TENS unit (a small battery-operated device) that has leads connected to sticky pads (electrodes), although wireless versions are becoming increasingly popular. …

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PowerDot Q&As: with Eric Glader, CEO

PowerDot Q&As

A few months ago PowerDot launched its smart muscle stimulator that connects via bluetooth to mobile devices. It’s a super exciting product that’s pushing the boundaries and revolutionizing the field of electric muscle stimulation. We were fortunate enough to get the opportunity to put some questions to Eric Glader, CEO …

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Discover The Best Back Massager For Pain Relief In 2018

Best Back Massager

When you’re looking for an effective back massager it can be tricky to find the one that really targets your particular pain. Research shows that back massagers stimulate circulation and relax stiff muscles, with several types featuring programs designed for upper, lower and full back. Then there are heat options, …

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