High Quality TENS Machine Pads
We offer a wide range of high quality TENS machine pads and replacement pads that will suit most TENS and EMS machine units. TENS machine pads are the touch points on your skin where your TENS machine will direct the nerve stimulation. The effectiveness of your unit is directly influenced by the quality of the pads, and with our excellent quality pads you can be guaranteed that your TENS machine will continue to work as it should.
TENS UNITS AND TENS/EMS COMBINATION UNITS
These fantastic quality TENS machine replacement pads are the high quality pads we supply with all our TENS and EMS machines. Care should be taken to use the alcohol wipes to clean the skin before pad placement and store the pads on the plastic sheet after use. This will ensure you receive the longest life out of your TENS pad set.You can choose from:
Single size sets of TENS machine pads, if you only need a specific size.
A complete 17 pad universal set, which contains most of our TENS machine pads in different sizes at a fantastic discounted rate.
High conductive socks, gloves, elbow and knee electrodes. These have been specially designed for area specific pain, injuries and circulation problems.
For more information about any of our products or to find out which pads would work best for you, contact our friendly team.
HOW TO USE THE PADS
Our carbon film electrode-pads are self-adhesive and will stick straight onto your skin. They are connected with leads to your TENS or EMS machine, which sends electrical currents directly through the pads to your skin to stimulate your nerves.
If your skin is getting irritated from the pads, your skin may be sensitive to the electrodes. You should try moving the pads to different positions if they have been in the same place for a long period of time. Or it may be just normal wear and tear and the pads need to be replaced.
If you can’t feel anything from the pads or one feels stronger than the other, they may not properly adhered to your skin. Press firmly on them to ensure good contact with your skin, or try positioning them in different places on your body. Hair, fat and scar tissue can decrease your skin’s sensitivity so don’t place them over these regions of your body. It’s also possible that the pads may be worn and need to be replaced.