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Do you suffer from muscle pain? - It’s possible that your muscle pain comes from an injury, strain or overuse.
Today, many Americans turn to TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) Unit Therapy to relieve muscle pain in their back, hips and neck. The use of a TENS Unit at home may be part of the overall treatment program developed by a physical therapist or chiropractor. These professionals understand the musculoskeletal system and know how to most effectively place the electrode pads onto your skin for optimal pain relief.You do not need a prescription to buy such a device and it is quite user friendly to you on your own at home Yet you may not feel comfortable about where to place the electrode pads. Here are the basic professional advice about electrode pad placement.In order to obtain the best degree of pain relief with TENS, read the following TENS pad placement guidelines:1. Take note of exactly where your pain is located. Outline the most concise and tender area of the pain.2. Always use two pads (one channel) or four pads (two channels) at the same time.3. You can alter the flow of the electrical sensation if you change the distance between the electrode pads and/or the direction of the pads.4. The pads can be placed in one of three directions 1. vertical 2. horizontal 3. angulated.5. The pads should never touch one another and should be at least, 1 inch apart. As the distance between the two pads increases the effectiveness decreases.6. It is advisable not to place the pads directly over a joint such as the knee, elbow or ankle as its movement can alter the adherence of the pad.Here’s some advice on which direction to place the pads:7. When the pain extends across a significant distance of your body (e.g. lower back to just above the back of the knee): Place one of the pads vertically at the top of the painful area and the other pad vertically at the bottom of the painful area.8. When the pain is more focused over a smaller area (e.g. calf pain): Place pads in parallel on each side of the painful area. 9. When the pain overlaps a joint (e.g. elbow pain): Place each pad on the muscle or soft tissue just above and below the joint in a horizontal and parallel direction.10. When the pain is wide (e.g. between your shoulders below the neck): Place the pads to the left and right side of your spine in a vertical direction. If pain extends out even further above or below the shoulder area, the pads can be angulated to encompass the region of discomfort.Applying these simple guidelines will help you attain pain relief much faster. In most cases it takes less than a week with daily daily practice of 5-10 minutes.
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