2nd Edition Digital TENS Unit with Accessories
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Over 1,000,000 TENS units sold and a consumer OTC favorite in physical therapy equipment
The TENS 7000 is a muscle stimulator and muscle recovery device that provides
prescription strength pain relief and is the best valued OTC digital
TENS unit on the market today. Energized by a 9Volt battery, this TENS machine
is proven to be powerful and durable.
The TENS 7000 unit is the preferred device of physical therapists and physicians
for pain relief.
HOW IT WORKS:The TENS unit sends comfortable stim impulses through the skin that
stimulates the nerve in the treatment area, acting as an electric massager, and calming the nerve.
Treatment can be given on demand or via timed therapy sessions up to 60 minutes.
In many cases, this stimulation will deliver immediate pain relief. Pain relief varies
by individual and by the type of pain you are in.
The TENS 7000 comes complete with:
The TENS 7000 TENS Unit
Two(2) pair of lead wires
Four(4) pack of reusable TENS unit pads(electrodes)
One(1) 9-volt battery
Quick start guide instruction manual
Hard carry case
The TENS unit is equipped with five(5) powerful TENS therapy modes of operation
to tackle back pain, neck pain, joint pain, or as a muscle relaxer.
The modes are:
Strength Duration 1
Strength Duration 2
Intensity of the TENS device is controlled via two control knobs that allow you to control
the stimulation power of the dual channel pulses. Each channel controls 2 electrode TENS unit pads.
The package comes with 4 starter electrode pads of premium quality
and will last multiple sessions. Recommended replacement electrodes are
the TENS 7000 or StimChoice brands.
TENS device comes with a 1 year warranty and is supported by the
Roscoe Medical best-in-class support team.
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