It is important to use devices on this site (eg TENS machine) only as directed. A TENS machine is an electronic medical device which requires you to always read the label and instruction manual and seek the advice from a trained medical or healthcare professional prior to use if you have any doubt about its operation or suitability for your symptoms.
The electrode pads should generally be placed around the area that is painful but should NOT be placed on the front or side of your neck, anywhere on your face, the chest and upper back at the same time, over an area of broken skin or over varicose veins.
You should also NOT use the TENS machine if you have a pacemaker or implanted cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), a cochlear implant hearing device, any other type of implant in your body, a severe heart disorder, if you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant and do not use it while you are alone if you have epilepsy. Do not use the device while driving, sleeping, in the bath or shower or immerse in any form of liquid.
Purchase and use of any device or information on this website is based on the condition that the user agrees to indemnify the owner and service providers against any claim for loss or damage of any kind by any party arising out of, or in relation to, the use of devices or information.