TENS & EMS Foot Massager

TENS & EMS Foot Massagers

TENS & EMS foot massagers incorporate advanced technology to provide pain relief and promote relaxation in various areas such as your feet, ankles, and legs. The machine administers gentle electrical impulses through pads placed under your feet, targeting sensory nerves to alleviate pain and discomfort while aiding in muscle relaxation. Additionally, EMS functionality stimulates muscle contractions through electrical impulses, fostering flexibility, circulation, and facilitating recovery and healing processes.

This type of foot massager offers effective solutions for reducing foot pain, enhancing blood circulation, promoting relaxation, and addressing specific foot conditions. By improving overall foot health, reducing stiffness, and supporting rehabilitation efforts, they contribute to enhanced well-being and mobility.

How to Use an TENS & EMS Foot Massager?

The Medi-Boost is delivered as a single unit, with the remote attached to the center of the machine. To set it up, place the machine flat on the ground, ensuring the remote remains in its designated position in the middle of the TENS and EMS foot massager.

Once the machine is on the ground, position your feet in the designated areas, retrieve the remote from the central compartment and switch it on. After activating the remote, press the 'on' button on the machine situated below the central compartment where the remote is placed. Once the machine is switched on and connected to the remote, which occurs almost instantly, you can begin adjusting the modes and intensity levels to your preference.

The Medi-Boost also includes electrodes, allowing you to treat not only your ankles, legs, and knees but also other areas of your body. The machine supports only wired electrodes and enables independent treatments. If you wish to treat your legs at a different intensity than your lower back using the electrodes, this is possible as they function as two separate channels.

Do EMS Foot Massagers Work?

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) machines, specifically foot massagers, can be highly effective in stimulating muscles in your feet and lower legs. This form of therapy induces muscle contractions and relaxation, similar to those performing physical activities such as sports or walking.

This therapeutic approach aids in strengthening muscles in the feet and lower legs, which proves beneficial for individuals with weakened muscles due to surgery, short or long-term injuries and specific conditions like plantar fasciitis or other discomforts in the legs, feet, or ankles.

These machines facilitate blood flow and circulation in the ankles, feet, and legs, potentially reducing swelling and discomfort. They are particularly beneficial for individuals with poor blood circulation conditions like peripheral neuropathy, thrombus prevention, cramp reduction, and assistance for those with diabetes type 2.

For individuals who regularly spend long periods on their feet and require relaxation, TENS & EMS foot massagers can promote muscle recovery and relaxation, especially after prolonged walking, standing, or engaging in high-intensity physical activities. Pain relief represents one of the myriad benefits offered by foot massagers, alleviating pain and discomfort associated with various foot and ankle conditions.

How does TENS work on the machine?

A TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) machine functions by transmitting electrical impulses through electrodes typically positioned on the skin. These electrodes are linked to the TENS machine, whether wired or wireless, which regulates the electrical impulses delivered to them. However, when using the Medi-boost, the electrodes are strategically placed on the foot pad to optimize treatment for pain relief, relaxation, and specific conditions.

The electrical impulses produced by the TENS machine disrupt and block pain signals directly transmitted to the brain. This can offer temporary relief from various foot pains, knee pains, leg pains, and conditions including but not limited to plantar fasciitis, neuropathy, muscle soreness, and foot soreness.

Are Electric Foot Massagers Beneficial for You?

Electric foot massagers can indeed offer a range of benefits, particularly when used correctly and following the instructions provided. Some of these benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Enhanced blood circulation: Foot massagers can promote improved blood flow, facilitating the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to muscles and tissues.
  • Stress reduction: Foot massages are renowned for their stress-reducing effects, aiding in relaxation and stress relief.
  • Increased flexibility and range of motion: By reducing muscle tension and promoting relaxation in tight joints and muscles, foot massagers can contribute to improvements in flexibility and mobility.
  • Pain relief: Certain massagers, such as the Medi-boost, can help alleviate various forms of pain in the knees, ankles, and feet. Moreover, electrodes can be used to treat other areas of the body.


  • How long should you use an EMS Foot Massager for? 
    The longest treatment times on the device is up to 60 minutes, with treatment times being: 15/30/45 and 60 minutes available. The charge on the device can last between 3-4 hours usually. 

  • Can diabetics use an EMS foot massager? 
    The simple answer is yes, the EMS foot massager can be used by those with diabetes. The Medi-Boost is known to help improve blood circulation in the legs, but also help those relieve pain in their feet, ankles and knees. 

  • Can you use an EMS Foot Massager with high blood pressure?
    Absolutely, these types of massages can help lower the blood pressure and help enhance relaxation, but best of all, it helps improve blood circulation around the legs. 

  • Does an EMS Foot Massager help with plantar fasciitis? 
    The Foot Massager has been known to help those with plantar fasciitis, as this type of therapy can help reduce inflammation, stiffness and pain around your ankles. 

  • How long does it take to charge an EMS Foot Massager? 
    To fully charge this Tens & EMS Foot Massager, it will take between 1 hour and 1 hour and a half.