Where do I place electrodes? Although it is not an exact science and many might differ on where are the right spots to place them, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) electrodes placement is key to a successful and prompt pain relief.
Using your Tens machine for arthritis can delay some of the serious side effects associated with arthritis. Studies have shown that people have been able to delay joint replacements thanks to the benefits of Tens therapy.
TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) is a noninvasive, drug-free method of pain relief used to treat a wide variety of muscle and joint problems, among other acute and chronic pain symptoms.
Relieve Joint Pain & Improve Performance with Active Release Technique Relieving tight muscles and trigger points can make a big difference in reducing joint stress. That's why you should consider active release technique.