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MegaWise TENs Unit Review: Compact design. Works great! Lots of options.

After lower-back surgery over a year ago, I've been dealing with residual back-pain. Tired of eating Ibuprofen, I thought I'd try a muscle stimulator to see if it would help. I've heard from others that they've had varying levels of success with treating their muscle ailments using these types of products.I was surprised how small the unit is however it has a multitude of settings that apply various levels of muscle stimulation. The controls are easy to use - if you read the manual. The LCD display is clear if you look at it dead on. The pads stick great. When you remove them, spreading a drop of water on the surface before putting the plastic backing back and that...

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TENS-Contraindications and precautions

Serious adverse events from TENS are rare. Occasional reports of mild electrical burns with TENS-like devices are due to an inappropriate technique. Some patients experience mild autonomic responses and minor skin irritation beneath electrodes. TENS can interfere with monitoring equipment and should not be placed close to transdermal drug delivery systems. Guidelines produced by the UK Chartered Society of Physiotherapy list cardiac pacemakers and bleeding disorders as contraindications.4 TENS manufacturers list cardiac pacemakers, pregnancy, and epilepsy as contraindications because it may be difficult to exclude TENS as a potential cause of a problem from a legal perspective. Many centres regard these as contraindications. However, some specialists believe that it is possible to use TENS in these patient groups, providing that it...

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I have Epilepsy - why do I have to ask my doctor before I use TENS?

No clinical trials have been undertaken to prove that TENS does NOT have an adverse effect on epilepsy. One particular medical journal reported that a patient had a fit shortly after starting use of TENS after a long stable period. Current clinical opinion is: "Practitioners should be cautious when giving TENS to patients with epilepsy as it may be difficult to exclude TENS as a potential cause of a seizure. Rosted (2001) reported a case of repetitive epileptic seizures in a post-stroke patient using TENS. Patients are more prone to epileptic seizures following a stroke, although in this case TENS seemed to trigger the repetitive seizures. TENS should be used with caution for post-stroke pain. Scherder et al (IQQ9) reported increased frequency of seizures when TENS was used to improve memory and behaviour in a child with...

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Customer Question and Answer for MegaWise TENS unit

Question: Are the pads reusable Answer: Yes the pads are reusable & a lot of pads comes with it in 3 different sizes and it is great!! So easy to manage.By Crystal Faulkner on January 1, 2021 Question: I see wires, but the headline says it's wireless? Answer: The wires hook up to the pads.By jr sexton on December 5, 2020 Question:What is a portable lanyard? Answer:The portable lanyard is a rope, can go through the two small holes on the top of the TENS DEVICE. Then you can carry them everywhere, can be hung on your hand or other places. Question: Where to get extra pads Answer: you can purchase pads on Amazon. Just buy the correct type of connector - snap...

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