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Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever is quite…shocking

Back Pain reliever Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever is quite...shocking
Back pain can crop up for a variety of reasons. It can be anything from carrying too much to just standing incorrectly. No one wants to suffer through prolonged pain, so we seek out ways to relieve it. There are heat wraps, creams, and exercises, but how many have tried using electricity?

The Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever uses Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (electrical pulses) to block pain signals to the brain. This type of treatment is backed by the American Physical Therapy Association, but that doesn’t mean they endorse this thing. Using a remote control, you’ll have three buttons to initiate a 30 minute session, the intensity, and choosing to turn it on or off. There are adhesive electrode gel pads that will stick to your skin for at least five rounds. This $200 product includes 40 gel pads (you’ll use two at a time), and will need two AAA batteries for 150 30-minute treatments.
back pain reliever gel pads Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever is quite...shocking

 Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever is quite...shocking

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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