• Athlete Injuries: How Tens Unit can Heal Them

    A TENS unit, which stands for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a small battery operated machine that makes use of electrical current to decrease body and muscle pain. Electrodes are kept at the affected area and then an electrical current is passed through the electrodes. The underlying skin and muscle is affected by the tingling sensation, disrupting pain signals in the process.

    Introduction to athlete’s fitness and injury

    Participating in sports is the mark of every athlete. Irrespective of one’s athletic prowess, it is natural that athletes get engrossed in fast-paced game of tennis, football, or a long bike ride, there are bound to be afflicted by a few aches and pains some time or the other. Sports enthusiasts are not wary of pain but take it in their stride.

    However, here’s a fact: The more you play fast-paced sports, athletes are bound to face pains that keep mounting with every recurrence. It might start as an occasional twinge o

  • Say Bye-Bye to Pain with a Tens Machine
    Say Bye-Bye to Pain with a Tens Machine

    We all hate the feeling of experiencing pain, which can’t be relieved. Pain occurs for one simple reason, to protect you. When you do something and your brain registers pain, that’s the way it tells you to stop whatever you are doing,-+++**/rtH   because it is causing you a feeling that your body doesn’t like to experience.

    There can be two types of Pain: Internal and External. Internal pain is more likely to stay for a period of 2-3 days. However, internal pain takes care of itself, but if the pain stays for longer periods of time then you should consider consuming a pain killer to relieve the pain. Alternatively, if the pain does not go away, you can try a Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) Machine.

    A TENS Machine is a portable, pocket-sized, battery-powered device. It uses mild, safe electrical signals to help control pain and delivers the electrical signal to the body through a connection of a lead wire

  • The future of TENS technology
    The future of TENS technology

    Wireless technology is becoming increasingly common everywhere you look these days, from headphones to phone chargers, but now sufferers of chronic pain are starting to see the benefits of a cable-free world.


    Leading supplier of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation treatment devices, The TENS+ Company, has launched a range of products that are completely free of tangle-prone wires.


    Offering an even greater degree of comfort and convenience, the latest Med-Fit 2 Wireless TENS models are the only professional strength duel channel devices of their type on the market.


    Their fully rechargeable electrodes can be placed anywhere they are needed on the body, completely independent of a compact, stylish controller unit.


    Once charged, using a mains socket (via an adaptor) or a computer USB, the Med-Fit 2 can offer relief from a wide range of conditions, including arthritis, back pain, neuralgia, period pain, sciat

  • Top 15 Benefits of Tens Unit that You Need to Know
    Top 15 Benefits of Tens Unit that You Need to Know

    Introduction to Tens Machine

    The TENS device is similar to an EMS system, though their nature of working differs from each other considerably. The Tens machine produces electrical muscle stimulation that focuses only sensory nerve endings that control pain caused by spasms and injury. With the help of electronic current passing through muscles, the brain releases endorphins into the body to reduce the pain felt by the patient. Also, the current blocks signal to pain receptors in the brain about the hurt caused to the muscles. This aids endorphins to do their healing job better.

    The Tens machine was earlier found only in medical institutes owing to their high price. But now the Tens machine can be purchased for different therapy situations and used at home too.


    The Importance of a Tens Unit in Relieving Pain

    From allaying pain to nerve retraining, a Tens unit can help users to bear the pain and even get on the path to wellness.

  • How Can Ultrasound Help Me?
    How Can Ultrasound Help Me?

    Ultrasound increases local blood flow which helps to reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation and according to some studies, promote bone fracture healing. The intensity of the ultrasound can be adjusted depending on the desired effect.

    The most common conditions treated with ultrasound include soft tissue injuries such as tendonitis non-acute joint swelling and muscle spasm. Most muscle and ligament injuries can benefit from therapeutic ultrasound.

  • What is an Ultrasound Treatment?
    What is an Ultrasound Treatment?

    A typical ultrasound treatment will take from 5-7 minutes. During the treatment the head of the ultrasound probe is kept in constant motion.

    Some conditions treated with ultrasound include tendonitis non-acute joint swelling and muscle spasm.

  • How Does an Ultrasound Work?
    How Does an Ultrasound Work?

    The ultrasound waves are generated by a piezoelectric effect caused by the vibration of a quartz ceramic disk within the head of the probe. The ultrasound waves that pass through the skin cause a vibration of the local soft tissues. This vibration or cavitation can cause a localised deep heating effect but no sensation of heat will be felt.

  • How to operate your ultrasound?
    How to operate your ultrasound?

    Before using your portable ultrasound massager, apply a generous layer of conductive gel onto the treatment area. Then place the ultrasonic head onto the skin and turn on. Move the ultrasonic massager in a small, circular motion using firm pressure, avoiding bony areas on the body. The area you are treating should be about 2 inches in diameter. Always keep the head of the ultrasonic device flat against your skin and do not lift the unit off the treatment area during application.
    As always, read your specific ultrasound model’s manual for complete instructions on usage.

  • Degenerative Arthritis - Knee Pain
    Degenerative Arthritis - Knee Pain
    Mode: Continuous Mode
    Pulse Width: 200µs
    Pulse Mode: 80Hz
    Output: Adjust to the most comfort intensity level
    Treatment Time: 24 hours is available until initial relief 60 minutes, twice daily thereafter

  • Knee Pain - Post-Op
    Knee Pain - Post-Op
    Mode: Modulation Mode
    Pulse Width: 100 - 150µs
    Pulse Mode: 120Hz
    Output: Adjust to the most comfort intensity level
    Treatment Time: 24 hours is available until inital relief 60 minutes, twice daily thereafter