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TENS Program Series 9. Step by Step: How to Use a Simple TENS Unit for Pain Control.

Step by Step: How to Use a Simple TENS Unit for Pain Control. The iReliev 8080.

The Pros for buying the iReliev 8080 TENS unit:


Reasonable Expense


It is a TENS and EMS unit combined - See our video in the series entitled: What is the Difference between TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation)?


Effective


Powerful


Compact


Comes with Hard Carrying Case


Comes with Belt Clip Holster


Comes with four smaller self-adhesive electrode pads and two larger self-adhesive electrode pads


Has two channels so it can run four smaller pads and two larger pads at once


It is rechargeable


It has an extra-large digital display


Display is back-lit


Excellent instructions


Two-year Warranty


Get a sizeable Bob and Brad discount if you use this link below



The Cons for buying the iReliev 8080 TENS unit:


More expensive than iReliev 1313


It is wired (not wireless)


We are going to provide a step-by-step demonstration of how to use the 8080 TENS unit. If you purchase the 8080 TENS unit, the instructional book included with the purchase will provide the written instructions.


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

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