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TENS Therapy

What is TENS?

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It's a non-invasive, drug free method of pain relief and muscle stimulation. TENS units work by sending low-voltage electrical currents through the skin to stimulate the nerves and provide relief from a variety of conditions.

How Does TENS Work?

The TENS unit generates small electrical impulses that are delivered through electrodes placed on the skin. These impulses travel through the nerves and help to block pain signals from reaching the brain. Additionally, TENS may trigger the production of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, providing a dual-action approach to pain relief.

What Conditions Can TENS Help With?

TENS is a versatile tool that can assist in managing various types of pain and discomfort, including but not limited to:

  1. Chronic Pain: TENS can be used for persistent pain conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and fibromyalgia.
  2. Muscle Tension Spasms: It's effective in relaxing muscles and reducing tension, making it a popular choice among athletes and individuals with muscle-related issues.
  3. Post-Operative Pain: TENS can be used post-surgery to aid in pain management and promote faster recovery.
  4. Nerve-Related Pain: Conditions like sciatica or neuropathy can benefit from TENS therapy.
  5. Mestrual Crapms TENS has shown promise in providing relief from menstrual discomfort.
  6. Migraines and Headaches: Some individuals find relief from tension headaches and migraines through TENS therapy.

Is TENS Safe?

Yes, when used as directed, TENS is considered a safe and effective method of pain relief. It's non-invasive and doesn't involve any medications, making it an attractive option for those seeking drug-free pain management. All Tone-A-Matic TENS machines are FDA cleared for over-the-counter use.

How to Use a TENS unit?

Using a TENS unit is straightforward and can easily be done at home. Our products come with detailed instructions for optimal use. If you have specific concerns or medical conditions, consult with your healthcare provider before starting TENS therapy.

Browse our selection of TENS units and find the perfect device to suit your needs. Whether you're managing chronic pain or seeking muscle relaxation, TENS can be a valuable addition to your pain management toolkit.


Pad Placement

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