Bicipital Tendonitis2018-04-04T09:35:34-05:00

Bicipital Tendonitis Electrode Pad Placement

Follow the pictographic for proper bicipital tendonitis electrode pad placement. For best results, keep to the size of electrode pads shown in the pictographic: small. Unless you have other specific medical instruction, follow the placement directions in the photos. ExcelHealth, Inc. assumes no responsibility for electrode pad positioning in any other manner.

Bicipital Tendonitis Electrode Pad Placement

For pain or soreness related to bicipital tendonitis, use four electrode pads sticky side down on clean skin. You may stagger two pads along the side of the bicep, place one at the front of the pectoral muscle and one at side of the lower neck.

Each pair of pads plugs into a separate channel, and Channel 1 and Channel 2 have their own intensity settings. You may wish to arrange pads from Channels 1 and 2 in different positions until you find the intensity variance that best suits your pain.

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