TENS Electrodes

TENS electrodes – Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) refers to the delivery of electrical currents through the skin to activate peripheral nerves.

The technique is widely used in developed countries to relieve a wide range of acute and chronic pain conditions, including pain resulting from cancer and its treatment.

CNSac TENS electrodes are designed to be flexible, but  sticky enough to be comfortable worn throughout the day. Of course when it comes time to remove them they will not damage your skin and  are compatible with most TENS units.

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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, TENS, Pain, Analgesia, Pain relief, Pain management, Pain gate theory