The first thing to know about the XFT-320 is that it is not a small pulse massager. It is actually quite big and is not something that most people would feel comfortable carry around in their hands. So it is not that portable, although it is battery powered. The product dimensions for it are 10.2 x 2.4 x 8.8 inches so it is a rather bulky item to be using. In terms of weight, it weighs 1.4 pounds so it is also slightly heavier than almost any other pulse massagers that we have seen.Read More
All types of pain (excluding some types of deep internal pain) can be relieved with TENS.
Most of our TENS units are suitable for any type of pain.
The differences between them are the ease of use, and the number of choices of settings available.Read More
Before you can understand how a TENS unit functions, you first must gain an understanding of how pain works. Pain is caused when an area of your body is injured or unhealthy in some way, which causes the nerve receptors in that area to send a message to your brain. That message is conveyed to your brain through a complex electrical system that is still not well understood by medical professionals. Once your brain receives that signal, it processes the message, and then reacts. At this point, you begin to experience pain.Read More
Placing And Using TENS Unit Pads Electrodes Are Usually First Placed Where The Greatest Pain Is Felt Or, On Certain Acupuncture Points Nearest To Where The Pain Is Felt. It Is Best To Try Different Electrode Positions Until You Find The Most Comfortable, Effective Position For You.Read More
EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) has successfully been used in medical rehabilitation and to support training in competitive sports for decades. EMS produces intensive and effective muscular contraction, generating extraordinary training effects and rapidly enhancing performance.Read More
TENS is short for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. Far from being as scary as it sounds, TENS is actually a safe and noninvasive treatment for all types of acute and chronic pain caused by arthritis, back injury, and a wealth of other sources. Using small electrical currents, TENS units negate pain areas through controlled electric shock. The sensation caused by TENS is said to be like a light tingling or the feeling of pins and needles similar to when your leg falls asleep.Read More