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A New Approach to Musculoskeletal Pain Relief

Find a better way to tame crippling musculoskeletal pain.

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Musculoskeletal Pain Is A “Life Stealer”

It is an undeniable fact that musculoskeletal (muscle and joint) pain steals years of life quality from tens of millions of people around the world. As many as 97% of Australians suffer from this kind of pain at some time, with more than 60% struggling on a weekly basis (or worse)1. People with pain in muscles and/or joints battle their bodies daily.

This kind of pain can make trying to live a “normal” life almost impossible. And while you can make lifestyle changes, like managing weight and moving about more, it might not be enough to get on top of musculoskeletal pain.

Fortunately, technology has developed to give sufferers an alternative, easy way to calm their pain. TENS - Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation - has been shown in numerous lab and field studies to relieve pain resulting from a range of muscle and joint conditions2, 3. In fact, since the 1980s TENS has been one of the most frequently used pain relieving “modalities” for Physical Therapists4 and is supported by a number of patient/physician interest groups including the Mayo clinic5, Web MD6, and the Cleveland Clinic7.

While TENS has been used as a pain reliever for decades, modern technology has allowed thousands to bring it into their homes, or wherever they go. The PainPod is a light-weight, easy to use device that gives people battling musculoskeletal pain time-tested relief. Plus, because it is drug-free, you can use it as often as you need.


Drug-free pain relief from your musculoskeletal pain


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  1. GSK Global Pain Index 2017: Global Research Report
  2. Jauregui, et al. A Meta-Analysis of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Chronic Low Back Pain. Surg Technol Int. 2016 Apr;28:296-302.
  3. Cherian, et al. Do the Effects of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation on Knee Osteoarthritis Pain and Function Last? J Knee Surg. 2016 Aug;29(6):497-501.
  4. Paxton, et al. Clinical uses of TENS. A survey of physical therapists. Phys Ther. 1980 Jan;60(1):38-44.
  5. Mayo clinic (https://mayocl.in/2szmnVb),
  6. Web MD (https://wb.md/2R1ZaVL)
  7. Cleveland Clinichttps://cle.clinic/34rRdfx