TENS Program Series 12. What is the Best Program to Use on My TENS Unit for my Type of Pain?

Updated: Jun 29, 2021

As we have mentioned in earlier videos there are hundreds of types of TENS units available on the market. We have tried dozens of them. Without a doubt, many of the TENS units available will do a great job for you.

After reviewing multiple units, we have decided to endorse the iReliev units. The iReliev units are powerful, effective, simple to use, and they have excellent instructions.

We have contacted iReliev, and they have agreed to allow us to provide their program summaries for three of their models:

For example, look at the chart for the model 8080 unit. This unit has both TENS (Transcutaneous Neuromuscular Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation).

For more information on the TENS programs visit: https://www.bobandbrad.com/tens-program

If interested in purchasing the TENS/EMS unit by iReliev visit: https://ireliev.com/bobandbrad/?uid=15&oid=1&affid=10

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