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9 Drug-Free Ways to Manage Chronic and Acute Pain

Posted by Nicole Verdesi on 6/25/2021

According to Statista, 31% of US adults aged 65 and over and 26% of adults aged 45-64 suffered from chronic pain in 2019. This is equal to about 38.5 million people.

There are many things that cause chronic pain, some of which include arthritis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, cancer, post-surgical pain, and more.

If you suffer from chronic pain, we can help. Here are 9 of the best ways to manage Chronic and acute pain without narcotics or pain medication, so that you can continue living your best life.

TENS vs. EMS: Which is the Best for You?

Posted by Nicole Verdesi on 4/11/2020 to Electrotherapy

TENS and EMS are very often confused but are actually very different from each other. In short, TENS targets the sensory nerves on a specific part of the body and prevents the pain signals being sent from reaching the brain and causing further discomfort. EMS targets muscle tissues and motor nerves and causes muscles to contract and draw in more muscle fibers during rehabilitation.

How TENS Helps With Recovery From Exercise Injuries

Posted by on 3/27/2019
Exercise is definitely worth the aches and pains from time-to-time, but the more you do, the more those aches and pains start to mount into something more. That's why we've put together this list of five common exercise-related injuries, and how a TENS unit can help relieve some of the pain to get you back in action right away.

Treating Chronic Pain With Electrical Stimulation

Posted by on 1/13/2019 to Electrotherapy

Every day, millions of Americans suffering from chronic pain reach for a pill bottle. With the rise of opioid abuse, it's critical there’s an alternative for those who suffer from chronic aches and pains. According to the CDC, on average, 130 Americans die every day from opioid overdoses. From athletes to white-collar workers, people from all spectrums of life have been touched and understand the risks and hazards these medications can pose. As a result, people are switching to TENS as a greener, more organic approach to get away from prescription drugs.

Where To Buy A Tens Unit?

Posted by Sean on 4/6/2017

Also known as a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation unit, the tens unit is used for dealing with pain conditions which are nerve related. The way such a unit works is by sending electric pulses on the surface of your skin and throughout the nervous strands. Thankfully, this will prevent the pain signals from reaching the brain. As a result, you will not have to deal with any pain ever again. It’s a much better way to handle any kind of pain, and in the end, you will feel better as well, which is imperative.

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