Electrotherapy for Chronic Pain



For Those with Chronic Back Pain, Electrotherapy Can be a Godsend


Chronic pain is defined as lingering ongoing pain, which hangs around long after the initial injury or whatever caused the pain in the first place.
Often people with chronic pain have tried many other therapies, with little or no lasting results.

If you have chronic ongoing pain, electrotherapy may provide much needed relief.

Electrotherapy comes in two basic flavors, TENS and Interferential. TENS has been the most popular. Portable, use at home units have been around for a while. Until recently Interferential therapy has only been available in the clinic. You had to go see your doctor or chiropractor to get a treatment.

Thanks to every improving technology, Interferential is now available in a portable at home unit as well. Most people get more satisfactory results with Interferntial treatment. The pain relief often lasts longer. A phenomena known as carryover pain relief. When the treatment in over, the pain relief in ongoing for some period of time, until another treatment is needed. With TENS often the pain comes back, shortly after turning the unit off, requiring almost constant use.

The Infrex Plus provides Interferential and TENS together in one portable unit. Use it with batteries of plug it into the wall.

The Infrex Plus is available on a free trial basis. Try it, see if it works for you. If not send it back. If it does work, often it is covered by insurance.

Click Here to request your free trial now, supplies are limited.

The video below shows proper placement of electrodes for Interferential or TENS therapy.

Electrode Placement for Chronic Low Back Pain

Comments

Posted On
May 27, 2011
Posted By
Matty

How much does it cost?

Posted On
Oct 11, 2011
Posted By
gibbons

fyi

Posted On
Oct 24, 2011
Posted By
Ellie cooper

upper back pain

Posted On
Nov 14, 2011
Posted By
Hi how does one get a free trial for this machine?

What country do you spring from? I’m in Ireland. Is postage feasible?
Norma

Posted On
Nov 28, 2011
Posted By
robert rhodes

Can this procedure pose a problem with A-Fib/heart valve problems?

Posted On
Feb 14, 2012
Posted By
Lynn Schimmer

I have had 2 Surgeries and now I have been having pain in the same spot and I have had 4 steriods shots and they work for about 3 weeks and then the pain is back and so I was told that the Radio Frequency and I thought maybe acupuncture might work what do you think of my options. Lynn Schimmer

Posted On
May 07, 2012
Posted By
Kassie

I have back pain mainly in my lower left side above my left hip area on my back. Lately I have a hard time putting pressure or standing on my left leg, I get a sharp pain and it feels like my back is giving out.

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