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TensCare PhysioStim 4

Non-invasive pain management

TensCare PhysioStim 4

Non-invasive pain management

  • Suitable for professional use and home use
  • Comfortable stimulation
  • Maximum coverage with 4 channels and 8 electrode pads
  • 45 pre-set programmes to personalise your treatment
  • Saves up to 5 users
  • Professional power for natural pain relief

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£227.00
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Overview

Targeted Pain Relief

Manage your pain relief in a non-invasive and natural way with TensCare PhysioSTIM 4.

The device relieves pain through tiny electrical impulses through electrodes that target pressure points and nerve fibers below the skin's surface.

PhysioSTIM 4 allows you to fully personalise your treatment with different wavelength frequencies and intensities, which are usually determined by your physical therapist or doctor.

The streamlined, handheld device is battery-powered and hosts a number of predefined programs, including 13 TENS Pain Relief, 2 Massage and 30 sophisticated multi-stage EMS programs.

Personalised treatments

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) channels stead mild electrical current to block the pain signals transmitted through nerve paths.

This assists the body's natural pain control mechanism, providing instant pain relief for many users.

TENS is best suited to provide relief for chronic, intractable pain, post-traumatic and post-surgical pain.

The addition of EMS has been used to treat relaxation of muscle spasm, increase of local blood circulation, muscle re-education and immediate post-surgical stimulation.

What's in the Box?
  • TensCare PhysioSTIM device
  • 8 x Auto-adhesive Electrode Pads (50x50mm)
  • 4 x Lead Wires
  • 1 x 9V Battery
  • Instruction Booklet

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Contraindications:

Do not use this device during pregnancy or birth.

Caution should be taken for patients with suspected or diagnosed heart problems.

Caution should be taken for patients with suspected or diagnosed epilepsy.

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