How do our electrotherapy devices work?
Using bioelectricity technology, the device sends low frequency bioelectrical pulses to your muscles through the conductive electrode pads.
Your muscles respond to the impulses by contracting and relaxing rhythmically. The contracting and relaxing of your muscles produces soothing massage sensations that are similar to that given by a massage specialist.
The sensation of massage is very real. You’ll wonder who is administering your massage–but it’s just the device! It penetrates muscle group deeper than human hands can.
When you place electrode pads in the pain points, you will feel instant relaxation and pain relief. Using modern human body simulation technology to simulate ancient Chinese therapeutic methods and digital programming technology, your control unit has 6 different massage modes: Tuina, Acupuncture, Tapping, Guasha , Bodybuilding and auto mode. It has adjustable 20 intensity Levels, adjustable 10-60 time settings, battery charging indicator and safe lock.
How our electrotherapy device works for pain relief?
Our massager use TENS technology, TENS stands for Transcutaneous (through the skin) Electrical Nerve Stimulation and is a treatment that uses low voltage electrical currents to relieve pain and provides othertherapeutic benefits.
A gentle electrical current is passed through electrodes which are attached to the skin near the site of the pain or discomfort. The pulses send bio-electrical signals through the central nervous system, thus blocking pain receptors. Exactly the same way as a strong painkiller would work.
How our electrotherapy device works for building muscle?
Our Massager uses Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS) toning technology to create strong, deep muscle contractions to tone your body. EMS works to mimic the body’s natural muscle movements; signals are sent between the gel pads (on the garment), switching on the nerves that control your muscles and causing them to contract naturally. EMS technology has been used for over 40 years in hospitals, clinics and physiotherapy practices around the world to strengthen and rehabilitate muscles.
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