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White Ear Clip Electrodes for Electrotherapy Stimulation
White Ear Clip Electrodes for Electrotherapy Stimulation

White Ear Clip Electrodes for Electrotherapy Stimulation

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These Ear Clip Electrodes are designed for Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES), by applying to different areas of the human ear, in conjunction with a TENS or Microcurrent device, to treat such conditions as: Anxiety, Depression, TMJ, Tinnitus, and more.

Commonly placed on points of the ear lobe, but also a great size and shape for Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation (tVNS), with optimal placement being the tragus of the ear.

Features one 1/4" diameter metal electrode on one end of the clip. Highly recommended to use with a conductive gel or spray prior to applying the Ear Clip, in order to ensure a more comfortable and effective stimulation.

Industry-standard 2mm female pin-style input connection for compatibility with most lead wires and electrotherapy devices.

Sold per pair (Quantity of 1 = 2 Individual Clips).
3 Stars
Ear clip electrodes
I'm using these for transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS). These are the only clips I could find anywhere. They come with one lead and attach to the tragus of the outer ear. For tVNS, I had to add a second lead to them as described elsewhere ( You should add saline to them before use; otherwise, it burns. When saline is added, they tend to slip, so to hold them in place during my treatments, I put a headband around them. It's a tight fit, but they are guaranteed to stay in place this way, and it frees me up to do other things. I wish they were a little more sturdy and would stay in place better, but I am grateful that I'm able to find these here.
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Reviewed by:  from Irvine. on 1/27/2018
4 Stars
These have really helped with facial diatonic and blepharospasm using microcurrent and specific frequencies.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Utah. on 1/26/2018
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