TENS Machine- Rechargeable Mini TENS Pain Relief & Muscle Stimulator. Digital, 2 Channel Re-chargeable(blue)


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Product description Colour Name:Blue Cerebral Medical's digital re-chargeable mini TENS machine is a portable device offering the ultimate in convenient drug free pain relief. The mini Tens can literally be taken with you anywhere. One charge will last for several hours of use. The compact unit is dual channel allowing 4 electrode pads to be placed on the skin. The mini TENS unit will discreetly provide pain relief and massage and can easily be used under clothing. This small but highly effective TENS machine can be used to treat: period pain, arthritis, rheumatism, neuralgia, sports strains, back pain, muscle injuries and many other types of pain. The stimulation provided will also help muscles to relax and can even help them become stronger. The digital wireless mini TENS machine is appropriate for pain relief therapy, fitness, toning and beauty. TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and is recognised as a safe method of easing pain. TENS treatment is recommended by doctors, physiotherapists and pharmacists. The mini TENS works by passing harmless electrical signals into the body from the gel pads (controlled by the user). This eases pain by blocking the body's pain signals. These are normally transmitted from the area of damage through the nerve fibres to the brain. TENS interrupts these pain signals. TENS stimulates the body's production of endorphins, its own natural painkillers. Please read the enclosed user manual carefully before use. Can be used alongside medication. Not suitable for people with pacemakers or other implanted medical devices or for people with heart rhythm problems. Not suitable without supervision for children under 16 years of age. Keep out of reach of children. Cancer patients, pregnant women, people with diabetes or epilepsy should seek medical advice before using this product. Please refer to the user manual for additional warnings and cautions. You should always consult your GP if you have prolonged or severe pain.