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A Better Way To Relieve Chronic Pain

You might already be too familiar about how chronic pain affects people. While the physical symptoms1,  whether heavy, throbbing aches or burning sensations, are bad enough, the emotional toll is just as bad. Long-term pain can dramatically impact your quality of life2,  leaving you depressed, anxious, angry, tired… and most importantly, feeling like you’re unable to take part in your own life.

Medication, with the often uncomfortable side effects may be popular to cope with chronic pain, but it’s not the only way. Technology helps us apply age-old techniques to help fight the pain, with TENS and EMS being two of these. TENS — or Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation — sends small electrical pulses through your skin that target the nerves, blocking pain signals from getting to your brain. In effect, the TENS technology in PainPod is a drug-free solution to pain relief. As an added benefit, it also encourages your body to produce hormones called “endorphins” that act as natural pain relievers. 

PainPod allows you to harness TENS to ease chronic pain that’s plaguing your body. Studies have shown3, 4       TENS to be effective for different types of pain, from the neck to the lower back, pelvis and other parts of the body. It’s also been proven to help5    with mood and activity, simply as a result of freeing your body from debilitating pain. But most importantly, it lets you get on with life… without the paralysing pain.


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  1. Gorczyca, et al. Psychological aspects of pain. Ann Agric Environ Med. 2013; Spec no. 1:23-7.
  2. Niv & Kreitler. Pain and quality of life. Pain Pract. 2001 Jun;1(2):150-61.
  3. DeSantana, et al. Effectiveness of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Hyperalgesia and Pain Curr Rheumatol Rep. 2008 Dec; 10(6): 492–499.
  4. Vance et al. Using TENS for pain control: the state of the evidence. Pain Management (2014) 4(3), 197–209.
  5. Niv & Kreitler. Pain and quality of life. Pain Pract. 2001 Jun;1(2):150-61.