Transcutaneous (through the skin) Electrical Nerve Stimulation, known as TENS, is a non-invasive therapy used to relieve pain. Unlike strong pain medication, TENS therapy does not cause nausea, drowsiness or lead to therapy dependence.
The medical literature confirms the beneficial effect of TENS therapy on relieving acute and chronic pain, soothing fatigue in congested limbs and improving blood circulation in treated areas.
The Perio-TENS is a powerful, miniature device about the size of a 50 cent coin (excluding electrode pad) which discreetly affixes to the skin at the painful site. It can be used under clothing without attracting attention to relieve a variety of painful complaints including sciatica, period pain, migraine, nocturnal leg cramps, muscular pain and stiffness due to sports or daily activities.
Further detailed information on TENS use is available here
Switch the device on by pressing the (Green) ON/+ button and the function display light will illuminate. By pressing the On/+ button again, the device begins treatment at its lowest intensity level. The device has 10 intensity levels to allow the selection of appropriate treatment strength. Select the desired intensity level by pressing the On/+ button the required number of times.
This device will automatically stop and switch off after 20 minutes of treatment. You may repeat therapy again by repeating the above paragraph.
Treatment may be discontinued at any time by pressing -/OFF button repeatedly (depending on the level of intensity selected) until the function display light turns off.
With minor care the electrode will provide between 25 to 30 treatments of 20 minutes duration.
Side effects of TENS therapy are rare but may include muscle soreness (from overusing the device) or minor skin irritation at the site of electrode application, which usually alleviates within 30 minutes of completing treatment.
TENS therapy should be avoided, unless first approved by your doctor, in the following groups:
People with heart problems or who are fitted with a pacemaker or with another type of electrical or metal implant
Pregnant women should avoid using TENS devices in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Those with epilepsy, as applying electrodes to the head or neck areas may induce seizures.
People who are being treated for or have symptoms of deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
Vitalic Perio-TENS: Model AI-T2301
Channel: Single Channel
Output Voltage: 0~30V +/- 20% (at 500 Ohm load)
Pulse intensity: Adjustable from 0~60mA +/- 20%
Pulse Width: 150~250 μS
Pulse Rate: 30~60 Hz
Power Source: 1 Lithium Cell Battery CR-2032
Auto Cut Off: Approximately 20 minutes
Temperature: 10°C to 40°C
Relative Humidity: 40%-90%.
Temperature: -10°C to 60°C
Relative Humidity: 30%-95%.
Weight: 12.3g (0.5oz) including battery
Dimensions: 9mm x 30mm x 12mm (2.3 x 1.2 x 0.5in)
Electrodes: Code AI-T2302
Electrode Specification: 72x57 mm, Snap Type
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
This package contains one Vitalic Perio-TENS Device, Vitalic Perio-TENS Electrode Pad, 1 x CR2032 battery and a user manual.
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