|Digital or Analog|
7 TENS, 1 Arthritis TENS, and 6 EMS Programs.
Yes; 5-60 minutes. Adjustable in 5 min. increments.
Yes; Backlit LCD for use in the dark.
|Wired or Wireless|
80 mA Output Power
ET-5151, ET-5252, ET-5254, ET-5454.
Pain Relief, Back Pain Relief, Arthritis, Exercise Prep, Active Recovery, Muscle Recovery, Endurance, Muscle Strength.
iReliev gel pads do not contain salicylate which is necessary for many people seeking to follow protocol consistent with Guaifenesin protocol. Considered by many as an unapproved treatment for fibromyalgia suggested in the 1990s by R. Paul St. Amand. The protocol involves three parts: titrating the guaifenesin dosage, avoiding salicylates, and following a low-carbohydrate diet if the patient is hypoglycemic.
Charging time for the remote is about 2 hours 20 minutes; Charging time for the receiver pods is about 1 hour 30 minutes.
One thing that EMS does is that it increases blood flow to the area.
Increased circulation is very beneficial when muscles or joints are still for long periods of time.
No, the TENS unit only works with the timer. The minimum time is 5 minutes and the maximum time is 60 minutes. You will have to re-set every 60 minutes for continuous usage.
Yes, we ship internationally.
No. iReliev should not be used if you have a pacemaker, defibrillator, or any implanted electronic device. Also, iReliev should not be used if you have any implanted medical devices containing metal.
Yes, since pain is subjective, all iReliev devices provide adjustable intensity allowing you to customize your therapy as to whatever feels comfortable for you.
Pads typically last 20-30, 20 min session assuming proper care is taken. DO NOT CHARGE wireless pods when attached to pads. Increased heat will reduce longevity of pads.
TENS sends low voltage electrical impulses through the skin to block the body’s nerve pathways that indicate pain and stimulate endorphins (the “feel good” chemical in your brain).
Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electrical impulses. EMS is receiving increased attention in the last few years because of its potential to serve as a strength training tool for healthy people and athletes, as rehabilitation modality and a post-exercise recovery tool for athletes.
Topical pain creams, rubs or gels can be used before or after the use of iReliev TENS and/or EMS. Please note, topical pain creams should not be applied to the site of pain immediately before applying the iReliev electrode pads. Applying topical pain rubs in combination with the iReliev electrode pads may damage the electrode pads and prevent you from experiencing optimal electrotherapy results. However, many of our customers use gel for optimal electrical dispersion. It can increase conductivity, creating a more comfortable experience while hydrating the moisture of the gel on the original pads.
iReliev works by producing electrical pulses that block the body’s pain signal to your brain, thus the pain symptoms you feel. TENS has also been shown in clinical studies to encourage the body to release its own natural pain relieving endorphins, sometimes referred to as the body’s “feel good chemical.”
Do not use during pregnancy or if you think you might be pregnant.
Nope. All iReliev devices are FDA cleared over-the-counter (OTC) devices. This includes our latest PlayMakar ET-5050 system, a high output, wireless system.
Our TENS P8 is the best mode for arthritis.
Therapy sessions can last 60 minutes or less. You can use iReliev for consecutive 60-minute sessions according to your pain relief needs when used in accordance with the user manual.
As of 10-11-17 All of our products are Health Canada approved including Wired TENS + EMS model ET-7070 with the exception of our latest wireless TENS + EMS, model ET-5050 which was submitted about a month ago. We expect to have Health Canada approval in several weeks.
80mA output or 25 levels of intensity. 80mA is equivalent to many portable prescription models. It is very strong I assure you.
It is not a massage. EMS will contract your muscles. Depending on the parameters, these currents are used to train, recover or heal the muscles.
No, it is not required as the electrodes are pre-gelled.
Yes, you can change it during a session. Best way to adjust to a comfort level actually.
Not exactly. EMS can help contract the muscles to build muscle strength through electronic muscle contraction and relaxation. As you may know increased muscle density has been known to help burn fat. EMS has been shown effective when use of the modality is used in combination with resistance training. But no, we do not promote that one can sit on the couch without resistance training and “get rock hard abs”. It requires a low fat diet, exercise and adequate resistance training. iReliev TENS + EMS can help in the overall process.