Pumps for Edema, Lymphedema, and Lipedema

Leg and arm pumps go by many names: pneumatic compression pumps, lymphedema pumps, edema pumps, and more.If you have lower extremity chronic venous insufficiency, edema, lymphedema, or a related condition, you may be interested in using a pump as part of your treatment. Lympha Press® offers a variety of innovative compression devices with garments that provide consistent and comfortable therapy for the lower limbs.

TENS 7000 2nd Edition Digital TENS Unit With Accessories

  • NEED PRESCRIPTION STRENGTH PAIN RELIEF? A TENS unit muscle stimulator and electric massager that provides pain relief, acts as a muscle massager or shoulder massager, provides carpal tunnel relief, and acts as a muscle relaxer(great for muscle recovery)
  • OVER 1M TENS 7000 DEVICES SOLD: A consumer over the counter favorite back pain relief device and a leader in physical therapy equipment for providing immediate and lasting drug-free muscle pain relief from back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow, and bursitis
  • GET IMMEDIATE PAIN RELIEF: TENS machine comes with multiple TENS therapy modes that will provide instant muscle pain relief. An electrotherapy machine with everything needed for TENS therapy, a class leader in electric massagers for muscles. The pulse amplitude, or intensity level, is adjustable from 0-100mA in 10mA increments, which is controlled by the respective knobs located at the top of the device, for both channels
  • DUAL CHANNEL TENS UNIT: The TENS 7000 TENS unit provides TENS therapy and is a muscle stimulator, nerve stimulator, and electric massager with independent dual channels that control four(4) TENS unit pads (electrodes) for targeted pain relief

TENS Unit Benefits

TENS is a non-invasive method for relieving pain. People who experience pain relief from TENS may be able to reduce their intake of pain medications, some of which can be addictive or cause adverse side effects. TENS units are also convenient because they are small, portable, and relatively discrete. People can carry a TENS unit in their pocket or clip it onto a belt to ensure that they have immediate access to pain relief throughout the day.

  • period pain
  • labor pain
  • postoperative pain
  • joint pain
  • neck and back pain

What is (TENS) therapy used

TENS therapy has been used or is being studied to relieve both chronic (long lasting) and acute (short-term) pain. Some of the most common conditions for which TENS has been used include:

  • Osteoarthritis (disease of the joints).
  • Fibromyalgia (aching and pain in muscles, tendons, and joints all over the body, especially along the spine.
  • Tendinitis (an inflammation or irritation of a tendon).
  • Bursitis (inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs that cushion joints).
  • Labor pain.
  • Low back pain.
  • Chronic pelvic pain.
  • Diabetic neuropathy (damage to the nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body).
  • Peripheral artery disease (“hardening of the arteries” that circulate blood to the body).

How does transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) work?

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a therapy that uses low voltage electrical current to provide pain relief. A TENS unit consists of a battery-powered device that delivers electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the surface of your skin. The electrodes are placed at or near nerves where the pain is located or at trigger points.

One theory is that the electric current stimulates nerve cells that block the transmission of pain signals, modifying your perception of pain. The other theory is that nerve stimulation raises the level of endorphins, which are the body’s natural pain-killing chemical. The endorphins then block the perception of pain.

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