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Neurotech MediTens XP for Pain Relief

Neurotech MediTens XP for Pain Relief

The MediTens XP from Neurotech is a clinically proven, safe and effective means of providing a drug-free method of pain relief. The unit is a digital, fully portable and lightweight device that can be used when and where needed to help manage your pain.

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MediTens XP is a battery operated, portable, two-channel TENS unit intended for the treatment of chronic and acute pain.

Based on the principles of TENS, MediTens XPs sends short, electrical impulses through the surface of the skin via adhesive electrodes. 5 treatment programs are available for selection.. Research indicates that TENS use can reduce pain medication by up to 55%*

TENS can be used for various forms of pain relief:
  • Back Pain
  • Neck & Shoulder Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Arthritic Pain
  • Labour Pain General Musculoskeletal Pain
MediTens XP provides pain relief in 2 ways:
  1. Pain Gate Control: by delivering a strong comfortable tingling stimulation sensation MediTens XP blocks the pain pathway to the brain thereby masking the pain and offering immediate pain relief
  2. Endorphin Release: which encourages the release ofthe bodys own natural pain relieving chemicals to fight pain and reduce the pain sensation. The result is that your pain and discomfort is greatly reduced using an effective, non-invasive therapy
MediTens XP features:
  • 5 pre-set programmes ensures ease of use and effective relief from your pain
  • Offers a unique combination TENS programme which provides you with immediate and long-term pain relief
  • Can be used safely and effectively at home without medical supervision
  • Digital device with touch pad buttons which allow you to increase stimulation strength 1% at a time thereby giving you full control for use at home
  • Can be used in conjuction with the Fix range of garments, ensuring comfortable and correct pad placement for optimum pain management
* Chabal et al (1998) The Clinical Journal of Pain. 14: 66-73.

Click here for the MediTens XP User Manual: