TENS-EMS Electro Therapy

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€149,00
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Pain Relief
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Use 30 minutes or more
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12 programs

TENS - EMS is a unique device that uses electrical impulses via TENS and EMS for pain relief and muscle recovery. TENS affects nerves and EMS works to strengthen and relax muscles through muscle contractions.

Modern bioelectrical technology completely without side effects and in a handy format – perfect for home use. Use electrotherapy for back pain, menstrual cramps, pregnancy, chronic pain, joint pain, migraines, depression and to stimulate the muscles during or after exercise.

• Combined pain relief (TENS) and muscle recovery (EMS)
• 12 programs to choose from - 6 TENS programs + 6 EMS programs
• No side effects. 
• 4 gel pads with electrodes included
• Rechargeable
• Lifetime warranty
• Easy to use at home
• Use at least 30 minutes at a time for the desired effect

Reduce your pain condition: / Get effective pain relief:

Choose one of the 12 programs with desired strength to get pain relief, massage or muscle recovery. Note! Under no circumstances should electrodes be placed near your heart or temples.

Benefits of using TENS-EMS

Quick acting - Although the rate and degree of response varies by individuals, many users report experiencing positive results after just 10-20 minutes of use. 

No Side Effects 

Medical Class II, FDA and CE. Since there are no drugs or chemicals involved it is safe for long-term use. It is also safe to use while on medications. 

Long term use - Lifetime warranty on the device. Pads can be used 200 times. Rechargeable battery that lasts 20 hours. 

High Voltage - Swedish Posture device has 60-120 voltage, same as being used at clinics. Most competitors only has 20-50. 

Portable - Its pocket travel size enables use anywhere at your convenience. 

Always available - It’s always there when you need it; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can use it as often as needed. 

Extremely effective - The advanced microchip sends out multiple preset therapeutic electronic waves through the electrodes. These waves use deep tissue pain relief techniques and various muscle movements resulting in less muscle tension. 

Enhanced muscle performance - EMS sends electronic pulses to nerve fibers to create involuntary muscle contractions, maximizing muscle efforts and boosting performance. As a result, it also delivers the promise of safely supercharging workouts without spending more time in the gym or on the track. 

Cost saving - The device is available at a fraction of the cost of a repeated comparable service, such as a visit to a chiropractor, massage therapist, or acupuncturist.

Simple to use- High-tech components automate and program most function

Technical Specifications

Medical Class II, FDA approved, CE-certified
TENS-EMS XP012
HSA and FSA approved
Battery voltage DC3.7V. Rechargeable. Lasts for about 20 hours
Micro USB cable for charging
IP22, REF HD-56
Pads can be used about 200 times

High Voltage - Swedish Posture device has 60-120 voltage, same as being used at clinics. Most competitors only has 20-50. 

What is TENS? What is EMS?

TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)

Electrical impulses for the nervous system that lead to pain relief and nerve training. TENS interrupts the pain signal in the peripheral nervous system.

EMS (Electrical muscle stimulation)

Muscle-stimulating electrical impulses that help your muscles relax, lead to faster muscle recovery and healing of injuries. EMS also improves and restores bodily functions.

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10/21/2021
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Easy to use

Perfect for me once a month;) So easy to use that you do not have to download the app and read a lot.

The importance of good posture

Good posture relieves neck and back pain

Back pain

Back problems can occur for various reasons, but often it comes with the years. Accidents and falls can cause it, but often it is a sedentary life with poor posture and weak muscles that causes the pain.