TENS Units Reduce Pain Due to Injury or Surgery
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<h2>TENS Units Reduce Pain Due to Injury or Surgery</h2><p>A TENS unit can make pain easier to manage, allowing your patients to get the most out of rehab sessions with therapists. Capable of delivering electrical pulses that serve as massage therapy and providing your employees with an effective pain management option aside from pain killers, a TENS unit makes the recovery process much smoother for patients.</p><h3>Variable Pulses for Individualized Comfort</h3><p>At the end of a stressful day, nothing feels better than a relaxing massage, and that's even more true for patients putting in long hours of physical therapy. A TENS unit delivers electrical pulses that massage and soothe painful muscles while disrupting pain signals. Offering several adjustable settings for individualized comfort, these compact devices come with a convenient carrying case that fits easily inside a pocket or briefcase, so patients can take them discreetly to work or play.</p><h3>Electrodes and Other Accessories Ensure Smooth Operation</h3><p>Some patients come to physical therapy after searching for months or even years for effective pain relief. TENS units give physical therapist a non-invasive tool for pain management without drugs. For some patients, a TENS unit provides sufficient pain relief to reduce or eliminate the need for pain killers and muscle relaxants. Keep TENS units operating efficiently by ordering replacement electrodes and supplies. Pre-gelled electrodes are easy to apply in the clinic or at home, and they adhere to the skin without causing irritation. Be sure to stock some replacement lead wires in case the original wires get lost.</p>