Low Extremity Pain Electrode Pad Placement
Follow the pictographic for proper low extremity pain 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.
If you’re experiencing pain or soreness in the lower leg, you may place two electrode pads diagonally at the top of the inner calf muscle and two electrode pads diagonally at the inner ankle. Be sure to place pads sticky side down and at least two inches apart.
For pain in the hip and groin area, arrange two electrode pads from Channel 1 vertically, one on the bottom and one on the back of the upper thigh. Then, place two electrode pads from Channel 2 at the front of the hip area, symmetrical to those in the back. Intensity can be adjusted separately in the front and the back, depending on your needs.
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