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TENS 7000 2nd Edition Digital TENS Unit with Accessories
NEED PRESCRIPTION STRENGTH PAIN RELIEF? A TENS unit muscle stimulator and electric massager that provides pain relief, acts as a muscle massager or shoulder massager, provides carpal tunnel relief, and acts as a muscle relaxer(great for muscle recovery)OVER 1M TENS 7000 DEVICES SOLD: A consumer over the counter favorite back pain relief device and a leader in physical therapy equipment for providing immediate and lasting drug-free muscle pain relief from back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow, and bursitisA LEADER SINCE 2008: A 10+ year favorite TENS device among medical professionals for delivering drug-free back pain relief as well as treating common ailments like neck pain, carpal tunnel relief, arthritis, shoulder, knee, elbow, leg and foot painGET IMMEDIATE PAIN RELIEF: TENS machine comes with multiple TENS therapy modes that will provide instant muscle pain relief. An electrotherapy machine with everything needed for TENS therapy, a class leader in electric massagers for muscles. The pulse amplitude, or intensity level, is adjustable from 0-100mA in 10mA increments, which is controlled by the respective knobs located at the top of the device, for both channelsDUAL CHANNEL TENS UNIT: The TENS 7000 TENS unit provides TENS therapy and is a muscle stimulator, nerve stimulator, and electric massager with independent dual channels that control four(4) TENS unit pads (electrodes) for targeted pain reliefNOTE: Kindly refer User Manual and Guide before use. The pulse amplitude, or intensity level, is adjustable from 0-100mA in 10mA increments, which is controlled by the respective knobs located at the top of the device, for both channels
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u/ariverboatgambler · 77 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

It's mentioned elsewhere in the comments this is what the kids were playing with. Can you imagine? They were in SUCH peril!

u/Chilleostomy · 75 pointsr/medicalschool

I started going to physical therapy bc I’m a fucking nerd and studying just made me sore. They gave me some awesome stretches and add on exercises each time I go back. I felt a little silly at first going in with just back pain from sitting too much but it’s helped SO much, 10/10 would recommend.

OKAY here's my PT routine (plz don't make fun of me for how elementary it is). It's focused on my lower back/hips bc apparently "core muscle strength" is not something that I'm familiar with. For reference, I do cardio like 3-4x week and don't really do strength exercises at baseline. So a lot of the exercises are trying to isolate transversus abdominis, apparently that's a good one for posture. I also have super tight erector spinae especially around my shoulders.


-Open book stretch

-hamstring stretch w towel

-faber stretch

-cobra stretch

-Tennis ball stretch for upper back pain this one hurts like a bitch but feels dope afterwards


-Actually contracting the TV I really sucked at this at first. The trick is to not try and clench your abs too hard bc otherwise you'll just activate the rectus muscles. If you put a finger around your ASIS and then activate your TV, you'll feel your finger sort of pop up.

-Foot lifts while keeping TV activated again it seems suuuper easy but if you do it a bunch you'll feel it.

-TV exercises w a ball

-clamshell exercises I did these just w body weight at first, and we just added one of those resistance bands

-At my appointment today they just added on body weight squats and lunges lmao I am a 24 year old adult and cannot do a proper squat without falling over

Extra shit:

-I got one of these and wear it for a couple hrs a day when I can remember. I think it really helps, but it feels weird at first

-These TENS units always used to scare me but they're actually dope af.

-I also have a heating pad that I put under my shoulders/lower back for like 20 mins if it's been a long day

u/littlealbatross · 41 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

The good news is this is a TENS machine that they made cute and pink. You can get them over the counter a lot of places or on Amazon for under $50.

Tens Unit - Tens Machine for Pain Management, Back Pain and Rehabilitation.

u/coldfirephoenix · 16 pointsr/conspiratard

I think you misunderstood the point of this subreddit. This is not a meeting place for conspiracy nuts, we are the ones that make fun of them.

>They have, but there has never been a time in history when so much of the world economy as revolved around energy.

No, the economy has revolved around other things, which got replaced by the things that outdated them. There is no difference here.

>>And the people in positions of power have never once managed to suppress it.

>Oh really, I beg to differ.
(TENS) device

They kinda did a shitty job suppressing it, considering you can buy it for 30 bucks on amazon!

The same is true for the lightbulb and AC current....

Might wanna go for some examples that do not actually support what I just said.

>Oh wow you really have bought into the lie. Before Trump ran he had never been accused of bigotry, NOT once.

Aaaaand of course you are a Trumpster.
There are two parts to this claim I have to address. First of all, even if no one bothered to address his racism until he ran for president, or hell, even if he hadn't done anything bigoted until that point, that still would not change a thing. But - and that's the second thing I have to address - your statement that no one accused him of bigotry before he ran for president is blatantly false. (A Trumpster saying something demonstrably false...go figure. Alternative facts, right?)

There are many instances when Trump has been accused of bigotry before he ran for president.
Like a 1991 Book by John O'Donnell, former president of Trump plaza, who worked with Trump for many years. In this book, he accuses Trump of calling black people lazy in spectacularly bigoted terms. Or the full page add he took out against the (now found innocent) Central Park 5, the racism of which was even discussed in court, as the defense lawyers explained that it stirred up hate and influenced public opinion. That was in 1989. He was even fined 200k because his casino would remove black dealers for racist patrons, in 1992.
I could go on, but like I said, even if he just started being racist and being called out on it in 2016, this would still not change a damn thing. I just wanted to point out how demonstrably wrong and stupid that claim was, that he wasn't accused of bigotry before 2016.

I am not going to dignify the rest of those incoherent and ignorant Trump ramblings with an answer, because they have even less to do with conspiritard ideas then what I already corrected so far.

>No, but there is tons of circumstantial evidence. And people have been sentenced to death with only circumstantial evidence many times.

By that metric, you should also believe in bigfoot, the loch ness monster, fairies, demons and atlantis, among other things.
Truth is not established by quantity. A ton of shitty arguments put together does not make one decent argument. You can have a million hillbillies with crop circles and tinfoil hatters with blurry photos or misunderstood archaeology. If anything, this makes your point weaker.

But since this actually has something to do with the sub we are posting in: Give me an example of what you consider convincing circumstantial evidence to seriously consider that intelligent alien life has been on earth.

u/big-yugi · 10 pointsr/PeopleFuckingDying


Any commercially available TENS unit probably won't have a setting to have a sustained contracture (risk of electrical burns if abused), but this is the type of machine I'm referring to.

u/jnrad · 9 pointsr/endometriosis

Don’t buy a livia!! They’re like $150!! You can buy literally the same machine for $30 on Amazon it’s just not cute like the livia. This makes me so mad!!! They took a cheap, useful technology and “pink-ifyed” it so they could upcharge women in pain over 100% >:( I have a TENS unit ( and it definitely helps but the livia thing just makes me so furious about capitalism and patricarchy!! Sorry for the rant lol

u/NatalieJersey · 6 pointsr/RealGirls

Even better, one of those Tens units for personal electro muscle stimulation.

u/BrutalHonestyBuffalo · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

I regularly use a TENS for other issues I have.

Talked to my OB and she was onboard for me using it during pregnancy and labor if I desired.

I got one through my insurance - it was astronomical and didn't feel as good as the "medical grade" TENS units they use at a PT facility.

I returned that one (it was like 400$ - absurd), and tried a few different ones.

I bought this one from Amazon - it is amazing and does an excellent job for much cheaper(30$)! Weee!
I also bought these pads as replacement.

But seriously - it is far, far better than the one I received through prescription and it is the third one I tried off of Amazon (after learning about it from others with my genetic disorder). Highly recommended!

Not sure if you have ever used one before - but definitely make sure you understand how to put the pads on correctly before you use it!

u/zebra-stampede · 5 pointsr/migraine

TENS 7000. Amazon. $26.

I love it.

I'd also purchase these pads. Amazon. Ebay.

And I like using electrode gel for a better attachment. Amazon.

u/worldspawn00 · 4 pointsr/gadgets



try $26:

u/txeskimo17 · 4 pointsr/Fibromyalgia

I have as well, and to share what helps alleviate mine in case it can help someone else: TENS machine and compression massage. Not compression socks but something that "massages" legs through varied levels of compression.

I've linked below both the TENS unit and compression leg massager I use. Hopefully it can be helpful to others as well.

u/uvulausurper · 3 pointsr/bdsm

TENS about:

TENS @ Amazon (or your local pharmacy in the pain reliever section):

Hitachi (all the items are available @ amazon)

Have fun... And stay in trouble ;)

u/workerdaemon · 3 pointsr/Fibromyalgia

Does wonders for sciatica-like pain! There was a 2 week period there where I couldn't function without it.

Inconclusive about trigeminal nerve pain. It definitely triggered a migraine, but then I stopped having general trigeminal nerve pain. I don't know if it is related. I no longer have significant problem with that nerve since I used the TENS on it.

They are cheap enough that I recommend giving it a try for any pain you're struggling with.

u/CabotFan42 · 3 pointsr/ChronicPain

Look for a lumbar support pillow. You're gonna look weird carrying it around but it supports your lower back and it will help with the pain from sitting in the chairs in classrooms. I use it everywhere, car, classes, library etc.

I use this one personally:

Try Tiger Balm. It's another cream similar to icy hot but works better for me.

I have a tens unit from Amazon that works pretty well for a battery powered one:

Also an electric heating pad and reusable ice pack or if your dorm has an ice maker like mine a reusable bag for ice depending on what works better for your back.

Get a good backpack. Something with a sternum strap and a hip strap if possible so that the weight is more evenly distributed. Also, I never carry anything other than exactly what I need for class to keep the weight down and try to buy as many textbooks as possible on Kindle so that there's less weight there as well.

A good mattress pad if you're in the dorm so that you can supplement the mattress with one that's better for your back. They can get expensive (Mine was about $100) but it's an investment in your health.

A good pair of inserts in your shoes from Roadrunner, an orthopedic doctor, or a similar store where they mold to your feet has truly helped my pain a lot. I stick them in the pair I'm wearing for the day and I'm good to go.

u/kippy3267 · 3 pointsr/OSHA

[here you go you sick fuck. jk have fun!](Tens Unit - Tens Machine for Pain Management, Back Pain and Rehabilitation.

u/Frzzalor · 2 pointsr/CoolGamesInc

He's probably referring to a Tens unit.

I have one, and it's dope.

u/floorchildtrash · 2 pointsr/Fibromyalgia

TENS 7000 2nd Edition Digital TENS Unit with Accessories

This is the tens unit I have!

u/Tintin119 · 2 pointsr/estim

This is not the most active subreddit so you may need more patience than you might expect. If you want to feel out a few of the sensations for cheap, then getting a tens unit is recommended. This unit will get you started and may help you achieve an HFO (Hands Free Orgasm).

Also since you're a beginner, I would read the wiki in its entirety if you haven't done so already. it is located here.

u/effect12357 · 2 pointsr/ChronicPain

I love mine. I know some folks are against, but this is what I have and it does the trick for me:

u/Kukri187 · 2 pointsr/AppleWatchFitness

TL;DR at bottom

I picked up a jump rope from the dollar store this morning. Decided today was the day, I was going to try a HIIT workout. My watch would only let me pick 5 or 10 minutes, not 7. So I went with 10. I attempted to jump rope. It was not pretty. LOL, I could only get about 4 hops in before I'd get snagged. So I switched to the, idk, step hop type? That was a bit better, but my body isn't used to jumping anymore.

I did about 3 minutes on and off of that before I decided I should try something else.

I moved onto a 4 count side straddle hop, for 10(20 total), did some forward step lunges, a 4 count supine bicycle for 10, then rolled over to a 4 count mountain climber. I did not make it to 10, decided 8:39 (87%) was enough.

I was out of breath, red faced, thirsty, and equally proud and ashamed of myself.

I was a warfighter who let his injuries get the best of him, and made me lazy. For September I've walked an average of 1.29 MI daily.

Last friday I bent over wrong, and tweaked my old back injury. I mowed the grass still, push/self propelled, and hated life. I used the TENS machine to help releive some of the tightness. I couldn't roll over in bed without much difficulty and pain. Went and saw my Chiro the next day. Used the TENS several times over Saturday and Sunday, still had issues rolling over, back would lock up, not a fun time. Saw the Chiro again on monday.

Back still hurt, but I was having a bit of an easier time moving. So what did I do? Walked outside for 2.36 MI. and then later that evening did another .29 MI. Tuesday had my back feeling a bit better. I was able to roll over, and could stand up in one fluid motion instead of in stages, pushing off my thighs to get upright. I walked 1.11 Mi.

I'm going to walk today, I don't know how far, I like to do at least a mile. I don't like being fat. I don't like not having stamina. It adds to my depression. My depression adds to my being fat. I'm trying to be the change I want.

TL;DR: Tried jump roping for the first time in years, epic fail, but I managed 8+ minutes of HIIT.

u/LockenessMonster1 · 2 pointsr/ibs

I like this unit: TENS 7000 2nd Edition Digital TENS Unit with accessories
And I just ordered these pads that work well: Syrtenty TENS Unit Electrodes...

u/ZN4STY · 2 pointsr/Supplements

This isn't a great idea, from the standpoint that the same TENS machine the PT uses can be purchased from Amazon for 20 bucks.
This is the same machine I paid a PT 200 dollars to use.

u/zagrei · 2 pointsr/powerlifting

Hijacking this thread to ask: is THIS the unit you're talking about? If so, I might have to put this on my wish list...

u/redruM69 · 2 pointsr/diyelectronics

Tell your friend to just use a TENS.

u/mac28024 · 1 pointr/Strongman

Here's the Amazon link (assuming this isn't breaking any rules of the sub...I get no money from this, etc).

u/adhocqueery · 1 pointr/ChronicPain

This. I often don't like TENS, but my PT had one of these laying around and I liked it enough to drop $30 to get my own; saw the same one in my pain management doc's office recently. It isn't a magical fix by any means, but I'll use it to distract from any particularly intense pain while I watch a movie, get through that awful last hour of my workday, or wait for my meds to kick in or whatever. Lots of the ones you get off Amazon come with a handy dandy placement chart for electrodes.

u/Bizlemon · 1 pointr/IAmA

I was going to ask about the mirror box therapy. I remember seeing that in an episode of House years ago. I always wondered if it worked as well as the show made it seem. Have you tried it?

Also, my TENS Unit got me through some incredibly rough times! Do you use one?

u/sonfusion · 1 pointr/BDSMcommunity

We have been using this: $30 and produces a good amount of pain. Four pads, runs on a nine volt. Has worked great for us.

u/bookchaser · 1 pointr/Parenting

>it's a muscle thing

  1. TENS unit (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation). Massage the muscle with electric stimulation... waves or taps, as strong or light as you please. I wouldn't pay more than $30 or $40 for the unit itself, something like this one. It's a pretty darn simple device, and it works wonders.

    You can buy pads in a variety of shapes and sizes. The pads need to be replaced after several uses as they lose their sticking ability, but you can keep a set applied to your back all day long. You don't use the TENS unit for that long a period... you just detach the pads from the unit itself and let them sit under your clothing and reattach the cords several times a day when you do use the unit.

  2. Salonpas medicine pads or the same medicine in creme form. The pads produce less of an odor, but still have an odor and are more expensive. Buy at any pharmacy. (Hell, you might even find a TENS unit at a pharmacy.)

  3. Electric heating pad, a large one designed for your back that wraps around you with Velcro. Find it at any pharmacy. It's much easier to manage than a microwaved pad, and is never too hot. The only catch, of course, is you're tethered to a cord. But then again, you can't easily manage most microwave pads while you're walking around either.

  4. Naproxen sodium (aka Aleve). As long as you don't have cardiovascular disease or anything else warned on the bottle. (It's not especially bad or anything. This advice goes for all medicine.)

    I don't understand how you could have chronic muscle pain and your doctor didn't recommend a TENS unit.

    If you know someone who has a total gym, then lie on the board while 'dangling' holding the hand grips. This is sort of like dangling from a tree branch, but less strenuous because much of your weight is supported by the slanted board you're lying on.

    I had back pain that grew each day and I finally made a doctor's appointment when I was reduced to crawling around the house after 5 days. It was my wife's stray suggestion of trying the dangling that worked. Within 5 minutes most of the pain was gone, and I canceled the appointment. I continued to dangle for a couple minutes several times a day for a week and was better. It may have been sciatica / a pinched nerve that I literally unpinched by stretching my body.
u/toastzilla · 1 pointr/ElectricalEngineering

Get a tens machine , attach it to yourself and go PWM crazy

u/theoriginalcalbha · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

It's a little device that runs on a 9 volt battery and has electrodes that you put over sore muscles. Using adjustments (you control the speed and power and patter) it sends little shocks to your muscles which causes them to tense and relax. They're used in physical therapy but can be bought for home use.

u/BewareMermaids · 1 pointr/endometriosis

Of course! I bought this one from Amazon.

u/cardboardguru13 · 1 pointr/videos

It's similar to a TENS unit (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation).

They're extensively used for muscle and back pain. This guy has some sort of on-top-of-the-clothes version for testing. I believe the final version might be implanted.

A normal TENS unit uses sticky pads you put directly on your skin and then send electrical jolts or a continuous flow of electricity through the pad. You control the strength of the experience with the handheld unit... usually twisting a dial, but you could use an LCD touch screen if you prefer that type of model. (The one I linked has physical dials and a digital display.)

They are extremely helpful if you experience many forms of pain. It also has applications in strength training in athletes and injury recovery. Typically the more pain you're in, the more you increase the power because you're not feeling the lowest levels of stimulation.

u/LostOne000 · 1 pointr/kratom
u/mlumpkins · 1 pointr/dysautonomia

I have confirmed systemic nerve damage. I’ve been told that it falls under the dysautonomia umbrella rather than the direct POTS umbrella. I have both, along with EDS and others.

There are meds that supposedly help with the pain but I’ve never found those useful. My go tos are
Nerve blocks- for spinal disc degeneration/nerve pay.
TENS unit- TENS 7000 2nd Edition Digital...
Cutting caffeine and stimulants when things are bad
Intermittent fasting
Nerve blocks (seriously I get these every six months to keep the pain under a 10/10).

You can find a pain center/doctor and get a nerve punch biopsy to confirm if need be.

In all honesty nerve pain is just as big of an issue as POTS for me, and they both can fall under dysautonomia.

u/Talkahuano · 1 pointr/ehlersdanlos

I have this one and it fits in my larger pockets:

u/Filmcricket · 1 pointr/ChronicPain

The wait lists are always beasts! The appointment will sneak up before you know it though.

In the meantime, if you don't have one, get yourself a [tens unit](Tens Unit - Tens Machine for Pain Management, Back Pain and Rehabilitation., [salonpas patches](Salonpas Pain Relieving Patch - 140 Patches and/or [tiger balm ](Tiger Balm Pain Relieving Ointment Ultra Strength Non-staining, 1.7 Ounce, the cream type, for places the salonpas are annoying to wear.

Read up on each before use. The tens unit, especially, was invaluable for me. If money is an issue, pm me and I'll see what I can do.

u/dogGirl666 · 1 pointr/selfharm

>I've tried the rubber band on the wrist thing, but it does absolutely fuck all.

What about trying something just as painful as cutting, but that does not damage tissue like cutting does? I have a TENS machine [about the size of an iPhone] that I use to relieve physical pain. I have noticed that if I accidentally turn it up too high, it causes terrible pain.

u/shortstack51 · 1 pointr/ftm

It's possible it's from binding, but it's also possible you pinched a nerve or something some other way. If it is your binder, a lot of people are in between sizes for binders--something I generally recommend is putting binders through the washer and dryer to loosen them up if you experience pain with them.

Anyway, if the pain doesn't fade this week I'd maybe look into it. Otherwise, these things are a life saver for me I get sore muscles in my upper back from binding pretty frequently (partially because I also spend so much time stooped over a computer), and I strap myself into one of these. Takes care of it after a couple of 10 minute rounds.

u/FolsomStreetFondler · 1 pointr/KitchenConfidential

Rounded shoulders

Poor posture / Tight shoulders

Lower back stretches

Tens Unit to loosen muscles before stretching

Tip: Buy a lacrosse ball and use it to roll out your muscles. If there is a particular spot that is tighter than other spots, apply pressure with the ball to that spot until you feel the release. This will take anywhere from immediately to 10 minutes. It takes as long as it takes. Applying pressure inflames the area. Removing pressure before the release leaves the area inflamed, effectively exasperating the issue.

u/Lone0rchid · 0 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Cramps that severe can't be helped with otc meds, or with heating pads, or any other traditional treatments. She has more going on than the typical menstrual cycle and I'm shocked Drs haven't determined that yet. To get her through the day she could try the Livia machine

If that isn't available in Brazil she could try the bulkier version