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What Are The Modes?

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Each HealthmateForever TENS Device T40ABcomes with several modes that offer a varietyof muscle reconditioning and pain relief.

Below is a list of our suggestions based on which modes will benefit and target the problem area the best, but feel free to experiment and try out different modes that fit your needs.

We recommend using 1-2 of these modes for about 40 minutes and 2-3 times a day. First start with a lower intensity and depending on comfort, increase the intensity as your muscles begin to recondition after time.

Remember - These muscle impulses are intended to relax muscles and relieve tension, and should not be painful. This is a comfortable treatment used to your liking.

Let’s break it down

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Wrist Pain
  • Ankle/Foot
  • Knee Pain

Mode 1: Tunia


  • Tunia opens the flow of Qi (flow of life throughout the body) and is especially effective for joint pain, sciatica, muscle spasms, and pain in the back, neck, and shoulders. It can also help chronic conditions such as insomnia, constipation, headaches, and stress.

Mode 2: Acupuncture


  • Stimulating acupuncture provides the same sensation without needles, by utilizing electronic pulses to achieve the sensation of differing needle depths and releasing tension within pressure points.

Mode 13/28: Back Pain Relief


  • This mode stimulates specific pain points in the lumbar area for pain relief and muscle relaxation.

Mode 39: Deep Tissue Massage


  • Similar to a Swedish massage, the pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension providing relief from pain and stiffness associated with sports injuries, whiplash, osteoarthritis, muscle spasms, and fibromyalgia.

Other modes that may be helpful


  • Tapping (mode 5), Cupping (mode 6), Pressure (mode 10), Flicking (mode 12) Shiatsu (mode 16), and Thai massage (mode 18), Relax (mode 37)

Mode 5: Tapping


  • Stimulating tapping produces a thumping sensation that massages your muscles, providing an invigorated and revitalized feeling.

Mode 14: Knuckle Neck / Mode 27: Neck Pain Relief


  • Stimulates the pain pressure points within the neck area for prompt pain relief and muscle relaxation.

Mode 15: Gua Sha


  • Ancient Tradition in China uses this scraping method as a way to rid the body of harmful matter with a scratching and kneading sensation to increase blood flow and relief.

Mode 18: Thai Massage


  • This flow of energy is stimulated by using pressure points along the meridian pathways while actively stretching the body.

Mode 22: Picking Up


  • This skill is typically accompanied with Tuina and Tapping, and frequently used on the neck and back for pain relief and relaxation.

Other modes that may be helpful


  • Tuina (Mode 1), Acupuncture (Mode 2), Cupping (Mode 6), Pressure (Mode 10), Skin Rolling (Mode 23), Weight loss (Mode 25), Relax (Mode 37), Deep Tissue Massage (Mode 39)

Mode 6: Cupping


  • The stimulation of cupping is used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, and migraines. It creates a sensation of suction in order to detox the body.

Mode 10: Pressure


  • This is the manipulation of deep layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques that aid in releasing tension and improving muscle movement.

Mode 12: Flicking


  • Duplicates hands rhythmically moving up and down in rapid succession. These percussion movements relax the body and is extremely useful for athletes before an event.

Mode 26: Shoulder Pain Relief


  • Using waveform technology, this pinpoints pain in the shoulder area to stimulate muscles and provide relaxation.

Other modes that may be helpful


  • Tuina (Mode 1), Acupuncture (Mode 2), Tapping (Mode 5), Friction (Mode 11), Back Pain (Mode 13), Thai Massage (Mode 18), Skin Rolling (Mode 23), Weight loss (Mode 25), Relax (Mode 37)

Mode 1: Tunia


  • Tunia opens the flow of Qi (flow of life throughout the body) and is especially effective for joint pain, sciatica, muscle spasms, and pain in the back, neck, and shoulders. It can also help chronic conditions such as insomnia, constipation, headaches, and stress.

Mode 3: Kneading


  • This is a simulation of hands massaging and squeezing for relaxation and loosening of tight muscles (recommended to use only for 20 minutes compared to 40 minutes with other modes).

Mode 35: Wrist Pain Relief


  • Using waveform technology, this pinpoints pain in the wrist area to stimulate muscles and provide relaxation (recommended to use only for 20 minutes compared to 40 minutes with other modes).

Mode 2: Acupuncture


  • Stimulating acupuncture provides the same sensation without needles, by utilizing electronic pulses to achieve the sensation of differing needle depths and releasing tension within pressure points. 

Mode 4: Vibration


  • Vibrations are a massage technique in which tissues of the body are pressed and released in an “up and down” movement. This often takes the form of a fine trembling movement applied using the palmar surfaces or just some of the fingertips of either or both hands.

Mode 9: Leg Pull


  • A stimulation of muscles within the leg area are pulled to relax, stretch and strengthen the leg releasing pressure and tension on the sore or injured foot/ankle.

Mode 31: Ankle Pain Relief / Mode 32: Foot Pain Relief


  • Using waveform technology, this mode stimulates muscles in the foot and ankle to provide relaxation and relieve pain.

Mode 8: Effleurage


  • A circular motion that massages the nerves and stimulates blood supply within the tissue.

Mode 16: Shiatsu


  • A type of alternative medicine that consists of finger and palm pressure to regulate blood and energy flow within the injured area as well as throughout the body.

Mode 34: Knee and Joints Pain Relief


  • Using waveform technology, this mode stimulates muscles throughout the knee to provide relaxation and relieve pain.

Other modes that may be helpful


  • Tuina (Mode 1), Acupuncture (Mode 2), Leg Pull (Mode 9).

  • More mode available.  


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