TENS Unit Pad Placement

TENS unit placement for herniated disc

Stop Herniated Disc Pain with the right TENS Unit Placement

Have radiating pain in your lower back and legs that feels like an electric shock when you are walking, standing or even sitting?  Then keep reading so you can find out the correct placement of a TENS unit pad and take the first step towards relieving the pain of your herniated disc. TENS Unit Placement […]

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Use This TENS Unit Placement For Achilles Tendonitis

Tendonitis in your Achilles is painful and downright torturous and the correct placement of a TENS unit electrode pad can help alleviate the suffering. Keep reading to find out how. People are discovering non-traditional forms of pain management that do not involve pain medications.  A TENS unit when used correctly is safe, effective and best […]

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TENS for TMJ Pain

How To Use A TENS Unit For TMJ

If you have ever experienced the discomfort of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), then you know firsthand how much the pain can affect your daily activities. Using a TENS unit can help and knowing where to place the electrode pads is very important. TENS Placement for TMJ Usually the TENS electrode pads are placed on each […]

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TENS placement for ulnar nerve

TENS Unit Placement For Ulnar Nerve Pain

Need to know the correct placement for a TENS unit pad for ulnar nerve pain?   Well, then keep reading to find how to correctly use a TENS to help treat this type of pain. The ulnar nerve originates in the spinal region of the neck, but its main line runs from the shoulder, down the […]

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tens unit for sciatica nerve pain

TENS Unit Placement For Sciatica Nerve Pain

Having sciatic nerve pain is one of the more painful ailments you can have. It limits your mobility and can make simple tasks like walking miserable. Keep reading to find out where to correctly place the electrode pads to help reduce and alleviate your pain. TENS Pad Placement for Sciatica Pain The way it works […]

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TENS Unit placement for Restless Leg Syndrome

Ideal TENS Unit Placement For Restless Leg Syndrome

If every night is a constant battle to get a good night’s sleep then this article on TENS unit placement for restless leg syndrome may be of interest for you.  TENS therapy is a medication-free way of alleviating your restless leg syndrome.  No doctor’s prescription needed. TENS electrode placement for Restless Leg Syndrome As you can […]

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TENS unit for lower back pain

The Best TENS Unit Placement For Lower Back Pain

We’ve all been there. You’re picking up that last bag of raked leaves when you feel the twinge. Your knees buckle and the pain sears across your lower back. You spend the next twelve hours on the couch contemplating your next move and wondering where you went wrong. Almost three-fourths of those individuals turn to […]

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TENS unit for rotator cuff pain

TENS Unit Placement for Rotator Cuff Pain

Can you place a TENS unit electrode pad on your rotator cuff? The answer is a definite YES. TENS therapy is a safe pain management alternative to relieve and reduce pain associated with an injured or recently operated on shoulder. If you just had rotator cuff surgery or will in the immediate future then continue reading to […]

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TENS placement for tension headaches

Best TENS Unit Placement For Tension Headaches

If you experience headaches on a frequent basis then please continue reading this article to learn correct TENS unit placement for tension headaches and how it can provide some relief for your pain. Where to place TENS unit pads for a Headache As you can see you want to place 2 electrode pads on the […]

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tens unit plantar fasciitis

Use This TENS Placement For Plantar Fasciitis

If you are dealing with pain associated with plantar fasciitis have you considered using a TENS unit to help alleviate and reduce the aches and pains? Recently I aggravated my plantar fasciitis. I was doing weighted calf raises in the gym and went a little bit overboard. The next day I felt a sharp pain […]

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