Rechargeable Personal TENS Unit For Low Back Pain, Fibromyalgia Relief Launched

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With older generations becoming more tech-savvy than ever, Desk Jockey releases a new app-controlled TENS pain relief device for elderly customers suffering from lower back pain.

The launch makes the iTENS nerve pain stimulator available to the store’s growing customer base. This is the first FDA-approved wireless TENS unit and offers users a new level of adjustable pain relief and convenience. The product is part of Desk Jockey’s extensive collection of medical tech appliances and accessories and can be ordered via the web store.

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The newly available iTENS machine offers users a drug-free and non-invasive alternative to pain relief medications without a prescription from a physician while also helping them save money on physiotherapy services. The device has proved popular with elderly people suffering from conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, and all types of neck and back pain.

TENS, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a form of patient-wearable technology that has been utilized widely by the medical community since the early 1970s. These units deliver electrical impulses via pads that attach to a particular pain site. The frequencies interrupt the journey of pain signals before they can reach the brain while also stimulating blood flow and the release of endorphins – the body’s natural painkillers.

By eliminating the easily tangled wires that have traditionally been used on TENS units, the iTENS wireless version offers a cable-free and simpler experience for the user. The companion app is simple and intuitive to use with a variety of modes and adjustable parameters. There are default settings for particular conditions such as sciatica or lower back pain.

The unit features a patented rotating wing design which allows for more nuanced adjustment and attachment to the body than that offered by the standard cable and pad versions. The wings make it easier to deliver the impulses even in smaller, cramped, and awkward areas like the ankles or elbows.

For older people who are living with fibromyalgia, the iTENS is a lightweight and easily portable accessory that puts them in control of their own pain management.

A spokesperson says, “Its innovative design includes adaptive mechanical wings that flex and rotate, providing 360 degrees of movement for optimal coverage on joints like the knee, elbow, wrist, and more. Experience true freedom of movement during your pain relief sessions.”

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