TENS Pain Relief

How does TENS work?
Pads are placed on or near the area of pain. Soothing pulses are sent via the pads through the skin and along the nerve fibres. The pulses (controlled by the user at all times) suppress pain signals to the brain. TENS also encourages the body to produce higher levels of its own natural pain killing chemicals called Endorphins and Enkephalins.
Will TENS work for me?
TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) is a highly effective treatment for pain. It is used worldwide and recommended by sports coaches, physiotherapy departments, pain clinics, doctors and other medical practitioners. A CMS TENS 3000 unit will ease pain and may result in a decrease of pain medications. Numerous painful conditions can be relieved including but not limited to:

* Rheumatoid and Osteo-arthritis
* Back pain
* Menstrual Pain
* Labor Pain
* Peripheral Nerve Injuries
* Shingles
* Headache and Migraine
* Cancer Pain
* Trigeminal Neuralgia
* Phantom Limb Pain
* Sports Injuries
* Sciatica
* Aching Joints
* Post Operative Pain
* Muscular Pain
* Whiplash and Neck Injury and many others.

Remember: Pain is the body’s method of warning you that something is wrong so before using a TENS unit, you should establish the cause of pain by consulting with your Physician or Therapist.

What is the history of TENS?
Stone carvings from the Egyptian Fifth Dynasty in 2500 BC depict an electric fish being used to treat pain. Present day TENS began after the landmark paper by Melzack and Wall (1965), entitled “Pain Mechanisms: A New Theory.” An enormous amount of scientific research followed, resulting in the therapy used today.

What makes a CMS TENS 3000 better than the rest?
CMS TENS 3000 units are the highest quality TENS units, known for their ease of use, combined with the very latest in technology. We are a well-established company, with an excellent reputation.

Are CMS TENS 3000 units safe to use with other medication?
Yes. In fact, you may find you will be able to reduce or discontinue your pain medications. Of course, you should not do so without consulting with your physician.