TENS

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation – or TENS – is a way in which to ease acute or chronic nerve-related pain conditions.

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In this section, detailed reviews and articles bring you everything you need to know regarding machines and accessories for TENS.

15 Must-Have TENS Unit Accessories: For Your Feet, Back and Hands

TEN Unit Accessories

Looking to get more out of your TENS machine? Perhaps treat a whole region of your body? Or find the perfect tool to soothe a specific area? These clever solutions below are sure to enhance your sessions. In our roundup of the latest TENS unit accessories, we’ll introduce to you a hand-picked selection of the most useful, practical, and ingenious products around...

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TENS vs EMS: What’s The Difference?

TENS vs EMS

If you’re shopping around for a TENS unit, you might have noticed EMS devices also popping up in the results. TENS and EMS deliver low voltage electrical impulses to stimulate nerves. However their uses are quite different. In this article you’ll discover the differences between TENS and EMS, to help find the stimulation device that’s right for you...

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TENS Therapy for Pain Relief: Everything You Need to Know!

TENS therapy for pain relief

What is 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 …

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