1.Tens Electro Stimulator
The Pulse™ TENS by ProActive™ gives you a choice of 3 stimulation modes, a choice of 3 different timer settings and comes complete with all accessories so you can use it right away.
The Pulse™ come complete with a durable plastic carry case, 4 easy to apply reusable electrodes, 1 9V battery, 2 lead wires and instructions.
ProActive™ offers a complete line of physiotherapy devices, clinically proven to relieve pain without drugs, including a full line-up of electrodes.
The Pulse™ Dual channel TENS Electro-Stimulator relieves pain by giving you a choice of 3 stimulation modes:
Burst, normal and modulated waveform settings to respond to most treatment protocols.
This TENS also gives you the choice of 3 different timer settings:
15 minutes, 30 minutes and continuous.
The Pulse™ is a TENS Electro Stimulator Physiotherapy Device that offer you:
- Easy to use Dial controls
- Protective front cover to keep your TENS unit safe
- Durable plastic carry case keeps your Tens unit and accessories organized.
- 2 lead wires with built-in guard to protect against wire splitting
- 4 easy to apply reusable comfort gel electrodes
- 1 9V Battery
- Clinically proven drug-free pain relief
Helps relieve pain from: Arthritis, Sciatica, Neck & shoulder pain, Leg, knee & foot pain, Lower back pain, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Whiplash, Groin strain, Fibromyalgia, Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis & golfer’s elbow, Diabetic neuropathy, Degenerative disk pain, and more!
2.StimTec Target uses TENS and EMS. Nerve and Muscle Stimulator
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) to stimulate the nerve endings in order to diminish pain and replace it with a tingling or massage-like sensation.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is predominantly used to prevent or reduce muscle atrophy. EMS also increases blood flow to muscles, increasing the range of motion, muscle strength and enhancing muscle endurance. EMS also provides pain management related to spastic muscle and sore or tight muscles.
TENS has been used by healthcare providers since the 1970’s. TENS been extensively researched and its pain reduction effectiveness well documented. EMS is a newer modality and research indicates it’s effectiveness in the above-mentioned areas.