Diabetic Neuropathy-Lower Leg Pain2018-04-04T09:41:12-05:00

Diabetic Neuropathy Electrode Pad Placement

Follow the pictographic for diabetic nueropathy electrode pad placement. For best results, keep to the size of electrode pads shown in the pictographic: large and/or 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.

Diabetic Neuropathy-Lower Leg Pain Electrode Pad Placement

For lower leg pain related to diabetic neuropathy, place pads sticky side down on clean skin. You may use two electrode pads, one just above the heel of the foot and one midway up the calf.

Diabetic Neuropathy Lower Leg Pain Electrode Pad Placement Full Leg

You may also introduce a second set of electrode pads, so that two pads are placed horizontally at the ankle and two pads are stacked vertically along the calf muscle and the back of the thigh.

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