Electrotherapy for Chronic Pain



TENS and Interferential – Two Machines in One

Electrotherapy for Chronic Pain

When does TENS work best for your chronic pain situation and when would Interferential work better?

This video shows the best setting for TENS electrotherapy.

Comments

Posted On
Aug 02, 2011
Posted By
soumitri chakravarty

cronnic lower back pain .made me impossible to walk along with otherpain on both legs. please advice. thank you.

Posted On
Aug 02, 2011
Posted By
medfaxx

Hi Soumitri,

Thanks for your inquiry. Have you had a doc or physical therapist, athletic trainer try doing a vector using interferential current on your legs/buttock? Unless there is some reoccurring irritant like a herniated/sliiped/inflammed disc it hshould minimally decrease the sciatica pain or possibly eliminate it. You will know in the first treatment in a matter of minutes. If does help then generally being able to self treat when needed will diminish the pain almost completely in less than 30 days. Thereafter you may have a monthly flare up but by doing a 30 minute treatment that should subside and you fine.

bobj

P.S. vectoring is simply two currents crisscrossing in the area you have pain.

Posted On
Aug 26, 2011
Posted By
carla sansom

i have bone on bone arthritis. is there anything to relieve the pain

Posted On
Sep 28, 2011
Posted By
Joann

How can I get one of these machines?

Posted On
Jan 25, 2012
Posted By
robert a michalski

what do i do for lower back pain, please reply

Posted On
Jul 30, 2012
Posted By
shirley lewis

How can I obtain this unit? I had a tens unit some time back but it no longer works

Posted On
Aug 11, 2012
Posted By
shalika

what are some of the excercises i can do to relieve or get rid of back pain?

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