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How to Ease Back Pain in 15 Minutes with TENS Therapy

January 24, 2018 in Back Pain

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How to Ease Back Pain in 15 minutes with TENS Therapy

Back pain sufferers know that whether it's a dull ache or a sharp and pain, it’s debilitating. As much as 80% of the population will experience back problems in their lifetime – regardless of their age.

Back pain may occur from a strain or other structural problems. Muscles and ligaments are strained with improper lifting techniques and sudden, awkward movements. A structural problem has several origins:

  • Ruptured discs
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis
  • Abnormal curvature of the spine
  • Osteoporosis

Back pain can manifest as acute pain or chronic pain. Acute pain lasts less than 3-6 months and is often a result of a strain.

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How to Get Rid of Back Pain

Chronic pain can cause ongoing discomfort usually from a structural condition. It's important to identify the form of back pain you are experiencing to find the solution that will get you back to living pain-free.

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How TENS Therapy Helps Alleviate Back Pain

TENS therapy or Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is an innovative technology that has been scientifically proven to relieve muscle tension, alleviate pain, and increase circulation. One of the greatest benefits of TENS is how easy it is to use at home and on the go. TENS therapy mimics a massage and sends signals to the brain to block pain receptors.

Using TENS for back pain is easy and effective. You simply engage in the following 6 steps:

1. Unpack Your TENS Unit

2. Correctly Place Gel Pads

3. Power On

4. Select an Intensity

5. Select a Mode

6. Set an Automatic Timer

If you are planning on using your machine for an extended period of time, set a timer. It is not recommended that a TENS machine be overused. If you are using the machine before bed or believe you may doze off, set a timer for 10 or 20 minutes. Many devices have built-in timers. If yours doesn't, set one on your phone or clock.

Clinical Trials Outline How TENS Helps Relieve Pain

Dr. Stuart M. McGill conducted a study to determine the effectiveness of DR-HO’S TENS device, the Pain Therapy System. The study looked at 41 men and women from an outpatient clinic. Scientific studies conducted by Dr. Stuart M. McGill, Ph.D. and commissioned by Dr. Michael Ho tested:

  • The effects of DR-HO'S muscle stimulation device on pain and muscle spasm
  • Changes in tissue oxygenation, as quantified by Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS), while treated with DR-HO'S muscle stimulation device
  • Description and comparison of traditional TENS to DR-HO'S TENS device (high intensity, modulated TENS)

Conclusive Findings

The above studies found that DR-HO'S TENS device can:

  • Significantly relieve pain
  • Significantly reduce muscle tension and spasms
  • Increase tissue oxygenation
  • Increase circulation

Try TENS Therapy for Your Back Pain

In only 15 minutes, TENS therapy can start easing back pain and reducing tension and spasms. You can try this innovative technology at home with DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System. Click below to learn more about the Pain Therapy System.

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Comments
  • Val Rodger

    January 24, 2018 at 4:14 pm
    Hi. Have been interested in the Pain Therapy for a few years. My now 31 yr old daughter injured her back ;lower spine) in gym class when she was in Gr 3 & has suffered from lower back pain periodically since. I never had the money to buy anything, but now I'm receiving OAS & CPP. Now, my nephew's wife who is 49 is diagnosed with lupus & now fibromyalgia. I'm wondering if TENS would be beneficial for either my daughter &/or my neohew's wife.

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