Omron E2-Elite Electronic Nerve Stimulation Pulse Massager Device With Predefined Programs For 4 Treatment Areas Back, Shoulder, Leg And Foot - 1 Device
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- A massage device with predefined programs for 4 treatment areas: back, shoulder, leg and slippers/foot.
- In addition, it offers 4 massage modes and a number of special options to customize your treatment according to your preferences and symptoms of pain.
- For massaging and multi-pain relieving
- Block the pain message
- Helps stimulate the release of endorphins (=natural pain killers)
- Improves the blood circulation (as a result of repeated muscle contraction and muscle relaxation)
- Drug-free pain relief
- Targeted: pre-set programs for 4 treatment zones (back, shoulder, legs, sole of the foot)
- Automatic programs for optimized treatment according to your symptoms and needs.
- Quick-relief button: relieves acute pain quickly, suitable for the treatment of pain in the lower back and joints.
- Adjustable intensity
- Washable pads can be used up to 150 times
What is transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy?
- Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy involves the use of low-voltage electric currents to treat pain.
- Electrodes or mediums for electricity to travel to the body, placed on the body at the site of pain deliver electricity that travels through the nerve fibers.
- The electric currents block the pain receptors from being sent from the nerves to the brain. A patient will receive a small, battery-operated TENS machine to use at home.
- In most cases, a doctor, physical therapist, or acupuncturist adjusts the machine to the correct settings.
- The provider shows the patient how to use the machine before sending him or her home with the TENS device.
- TENS therapy can be used to treat both chronic (long-lasting) and acute (short-term) pain.
The most common conditions that TENS therapy is used to treat are:
- Osteoporosis-related joint, bone, or muscle problem.
- Fibromyalgia-related joint, bone, or muscle problems
- Tendinitis (muscle tissue inflammation)
- Bursitis (inflammation of the fluid-filled pads that cushion the joints)
- Pain at the neck, back, shoulder, leg and slippers/foot.
- Labor pain