-Dual Channel -3 Modes: Constant, Alternating, Synchronous -Pulse
Width: Adjustable: 30-300 Microseconds -Timer: Adjustable from 1 to
60 minutes -Output Intensity: Adjustable, 0 to 60 mA (maximum
output) into 500 ohm load each channel. Each channel is adjustable
by a control knob.
ProM-550 Digital NEMS Unit
Wave Form: Asymmetrical Bi-Phasic square pulse
System Includes: Stimulator, Lead Wires (New FDA compliant), 4
Self-stick Hypoallergenic Reuseable Electrodes TENS and EMS
Electrodes, 1 1/2in x 1 1/2in (Package of 4 eletrodes), 9 Volt
Battery, Hard Plastic Carrying Case, Instruction Booklet
What is Pain? Pain is the body's warning system and is intended to
prevent additional injury. Pain is important because, without it,
vital parts of our bodies might be damaged or injured without our
knowledge. However, long-lasting, presistent pain, often called
chronic pain, once diagnosed serves no apparent purpose. TENS is
developed to help relieve some types of chronic and acute pain.
First, "high frequency" continuous, mild, electrical activity may
block the pain signal traveling to the brain.
Brain cells perceive pain. If the pain signal does not get through
to the brain, the pain is not "felt".
The second way TENS is thought to work is by stimulating the body's
own natural pain-control mechanism. "Low frequency" or short bursts
of mild, electrical activity may cause the body to release its own
pain easers, called beta endorphins. Ask your doctor or clinician
for more details.
No matter what pain theory is applied, TENS has been proven useful
in pain management for many pain patients. Digital Muscle
UPC Code 185098000061