TENS Unit Pads, TENS Electrodes & Electrotherapy Wraps

You will find all of the TENS unit electrodes, electrode pads and wraps you need for electrotherapy at ScripHessco. Our carbon pads, sponges, wraps and reusable electrodes are perfect for your practice. We know you want to take good care of your patients, so we work hard to make sure our reusable electrodes and wraps are comfortable. Read More Read Less

110 Guarantee

Our Guarantee

Satisfaction Guarantee
We want you to be 100% satisfied. Our aim is to provide you with quality products at an affordable price. If an item does not meet your expectations, we'll gladly refund your money within 30 days after purchase. In order to keep our prices the lowest possible, some exceptions apply, including a 20% restocking fee applied after 30 days and 30% restocking fee applied after 60 days, should the item be in a usable condition. Please see our [1]Returns section for detailed information.

If you find the same product for a lower price from any other company, we will refund/match you 110% of the difference. Offer is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. Valid on orders shipped within the continental United States. Cannot price match against auction sites. Pricing match is based on competitor complying with Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy. If a product is listed below “MAP” we may not be able to match that price. Vendor that we price match must have product available to purchase and not on backorder.

Narrow Results

Items 1-20 of 21

Set Descending Direction
per page
  1. Valutrode X Electrodes Valutrode X Electrodes
    $3.29 - $5.39
    2  Reviews
  2. ValuTrode® Cloth Electrodes ValuTrode® Cloth Electrodes - Carbon Film, Fabric Backed, Self-Adhering & Reusable Electrodes
    $4.79 - $8.89
  3. Valutrode X Electrodes Valutrode X Electrodes
    $4.09 - $5.39
  4. ValuTrode Foam Electrodes ValuTrode® Foam Electrodes - Reusable, 2mm thick Carbon Film with MultiStick Adhesive Gel
    $5.19 - $7.89
    1  Review
  5. Axelgaard Ultrastim Wire Electrodes UltraStim® Wire Electrodes - Round, Square, Rectangle & Oval
    $5.79 - $6.99
    2  Reviews
  6. UltraStim® Snap Reusable Electrodes UltraStim® Snap Reusable Electrodes - Self-adhering
    $4.99 - $6.29
  7. Axelgaard® UltraStim® X Electrodes Pack/4 Axelgaard® UltraStim® X Electrodes Pack/4
  8. Dura-Stick Plus Foam Electrodes Dura-Stick Plus Foam Electrodes
    $9.29 - $14.99
  9. Dura-Stick Premium Electrodes Dura-Stick Premium Electrodes
    $9.99 - $17.69
  10. PALS® Electrodes PALS® Electrodes - Reusable Neurostimulation Electrodes
    $7.79 - $14.59
  11. PALS Reusable Neurostimulation Electrodes PALS Reusable Neurostimulation Electrodes
    $15.99 - $21.79
    1  Review
  12. Electrode Pad Nylatex Wraps Nylatex Wraps for Securing Electrodes and Electrode Pads
    $9.29 - $19.69
    1  Review
  13. Dura Stick 5" X 8" Electrodes 1 Per Pack Dura Stick 5" X 8" Electrodes 1 Per Pack
    $7.99 - $9.99
  14. Axelgaard Ultrastim X Blue Electrodes 4/Pack Axelgaard® UltraStim® X Blue Electrodes Pack/4
  15. UltraStim Garment Electrodes Square 2" X 2" 4/Pack UltraStim Garment Electrodes Square 2" X 2" 4/Pack
    This item is out of stock
  16. Axelgaard Valutrode Reuse Electrode 2"X2" 10 Packs of 4 Axelgaard Valutrode Reuse Electrode 2"X2" 10 Packs of 4
  17. Sale
    UltraStim Garment Package UltraStim Garment Package
  18. PALS® Foam Electrodes PALS Foam Electrodes - PALS Neurostimulation Electrodes
    $9.29 - $15.99
  19. Dura-Stick Premium Blue Gel Electrodes Dura-Stick Premium Blue Gel Electrodes
  20. Dura-Stick Plus Electrodes- 2.75" X 5" 40/Pack Dura-Stick Plus Electrodes- 2.75" X 5" 40/Pack

Items 1-20 of 21

Set Descending Direction
per page

Not sure which chiropractic table is right for you? Call (800) 747-3488.

Electrodes & Wraps


    Savings Up to 60%

    1-Year Warranty

    Qualifies For Federal Business Tax Credit

    We test, strip & customize each tables

    Financing options available

    Regional reps available for delivery, training & setup

Call 1-800-747-3488


I don't know what we would have done if we had not had ScripHessco as our supplier. From the days before opening until now, they have been here for us. The promptness of your services have been fantastic. The array of products is phenomenal and the great pricing you just can't beat. I want to say a great big "thank you" to Brenda as well she has been the best rep that anyone could ever ask to have call on an office. She is so knowledgeable and has the expertise to help you through from opening to anytime you may need her.

Dr. Roby Taylor Myers, Owner & Lead Chiropractor at East Coast Elite Chiropractic-Sports Performance & Rehab

I appreciate all the support over the last 2 years while setting up my new practice. I have had successful results with over 90-95% of my patients with disc injuries/ neck/ back pain in utilizing the DTS table as a stand alone treatment. I will be honest- it was a tough decision initially because of the financial investment/ commitment while I was starting practice. I am glad that I decided to integrate the DTS into my practice from the start because of the referrals and the wonderful response from my patients. Thanks again for all your help over the last 2 years and continued support.

Dr. Michael Sobran

Tax Savings


See how Section 44 - (ADA) Disable Access Credit and Section 179 - Special Declaration Rule can significantly bring down the cost of chiropractic table ownership for eligible access expenditures.

Electrodes & Wraps

Electrodes & Wraps

The Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) unit is an electric stimulation device that excites sensory nerves on painful areas of the body and interrupts the pain signals that go to the brain. Electrical pulses are delivered to the desired body part by wires that lead to electrodes attached to the skin through sticky pads. This effect also causes the body to release endorphins that act as natural pain relievers. TENS unit pads are an accompaniment of every TENS machine and have a finite lifespan.

What Are TENS Unit Electrode Pads?

TENS unit pads or electrodes are primarily used to deliver a desired electrical impulse directly to the body. These pads are placed on the skin and have a sticky conductive gel that allows them to stick to the desired place. Their functionality and efficiency reduce with time, hence the need for replacement at some point.

Purchasing TENS unit replacement pads is a tricky exercise that requires a thorough comparison. Knowing the kind of fitting that offers extreme compatibility with the TENS machine is crucial.

Guidelines When Buying Electrode Pads

It is important to do your research and understand your target pain areas when purchasing replacement pads for TENS units that are ideal for you. Here are a few things to consider to ensure that you make the most appropriate purchase.

Check Fitting Type

It is essential that you are aware of what type of connection your TENS machine uses. This will ensure that you narrow down your search and buy a product that best fits your machine.

Choose Shape and Size

There are various shapes and sizes available, including square, round, butterfly, and strips. It is advisable to get a shape that best suits your needs. You can also consider buying a combination package if your TENS device utilizes multiple areas.

Determine the Frequency of Use

When you buy electrodes in bulk, you are more likely to get a better price. If you use your TENS device more often, you may consider purchasing and storing more pads for future use. Determining how frequently you use your TENS device will help you know how many pads you should buy.


There are useful tips that you can use to prolong the lifespan of the electrodes. It is important to read the manufacturer's guidelines before taking any actions to avoid damaging the pads. Here are a few recommendations on how to care for your electrodes.

Here is what to do when applying these pads:

  • Make sure the area of application is dry and clean with skin prep wipes. Electrodes should be applied only on unbroken skin.

  • After opening and removing the electrode from packaging, make sure you keep the original packaging.

  • Ensure that you lift the edge of the electrode when peeling away from the release sheet instead of pulling it up by the wires.

  • You can use a few drops of water if the pads do not stick or they seem dry.

  • Finally, after applying the electrode to the treatment area, hold it down lightly to ensure that it has maximum contact with the skin.

Follow these steps to remove the pads:

  • After peeling off the electrode, use a non-alcoholic wipe to wipe off electrodes or rinse with cold water.

  • The sticky side should face up to ensure it does not adhere to anything; place it on the clear sheet it arrived in.

  • Ensure that you store the electrodes in a cool and dry place to prevent permanent adverse effects on the gel.

Product Reviews

Do adequate research on the various options of pads available. Customer reviews and feedback can give you a good idea about some of the best products on the market. Reading the manufacturer's details and specifications will provide you with more information on what you are buying.

How Long Do TENS Unit Electrodes Last?

The lifespan of electrodes is dependent on several factors, as detailed below.

Quality of the Pad

The make of the electrode pad determines how fast it will undergo wear and tear or how fast it may get torn. Expensive TENS unit electrodes made from longer-lasting material tend to withstand regular therapy sessions compared to cheaper pads. The notion of paying for what you get is a critical point of concern.

The Number of Sessions Done

The number of times you use your pads determines their longevity. If you use your pad multiple times in a day or several sessions in a week, your pad will wear out faster. This is in comparison to someone using their machine one to three hours a week.

Number of Pads You Have

Interchanging pads one after the other helps keep the pads moist, especially for people doing several sessions in a day. Rotating between two or more pads reduces wear and tear, ensuring they last longer.

Prepping the Skin Before Use

Making sure the skin surface you are going to apply the pad to is clean helps maintain the condition of the pad. The presence of oils and cream on these surfaces limits the pads' ability to stick, altering impulse delivery.

Cleaning the Pads After Use

Cleaning pads of any residue either by washing or wiping helps maintain their ability to stick. Keeping pads unclean attracts an unhealthy environment for impulse delivery.

Proper Pad Storage

Storing clean pads in an airtight environment reduces the instances of breakdown and tear that result from poor storage. Poor storage, in this case, involves storing pads together with sharp objects that may scratch sensitive parts of the pad affecting impulse delivery. These airtight storage cases prevent light, heat, and humidity for longer-lasting pads.

Maintaining Proper Pad Moisture

After using a pad, it is necessary to not only clean but also to apply the correct amount of electrode gel. This reduces instances of the pad sticking to other sticky substances in the same storage compartment.

The lifespan of an electrode pad is 12 to 15 times of use. The TENS machine's efficiency, however, is dependent on the condition of the pouch used to store it.

Do I Need to Use Electrode Gel With My Pads?

Unlike over-the-counter medicine or prescription medicine, TENS unit pads can be used repeatedly without the need for replacement. Over time, however, they may lose adhesiveness due to simple wear and tear. Debris from the skin in the form of oil, cream and dirt make the pads less sticky after several sessions. Reduced adhesiveness may mean you have to replace your pads. You can also choose to make them sticky again.

We recommend that you first make the TENS unit pads sticky again before deciding to buy new ones. Electrode gels are a perfect solution to improving the stickiness of TENS unit pads if thorough cleaning does not improve their stickiness. Apply this product to both electrode pads to uniformly transfer electrical pulses for effective muscle stimulation.

Electrode gels improve the lifespan of electrode pads up to 20-30 times. Before applying the gel, it is recommended that you clean the pad first with a washcloth to wipe off any debris. Other than electrode gels, there are also electrolyte sprays. Depending on personal preferences, whether you choose to buy the gel or the spray, both improve the TENS machine's efficiency.

What Pads Are Suitable If I Have Sensitive Skin or Latex Allergies?

Most conventional TENS unit pads include latex or acidic ingredients in the adhesive gel. These two components tend to affect patients with sensitive skin. Individuals with sensitive skin often experience skin irritation when using latex pads. As a result, latex-free hypoallergenic electrodes are available. The hypoallergenic pads provide mild adhesion due to the reinforcing fiber that maintains structural integrity.

Other Health Concerns

It is important to check the product description for FDA clearance. Some pads are cleared for over-the-counter use while others are not. You can check for FDA clearance on the company's website to confirm.

For hygienic reasons, it is recommended that you not share your pads with others. They are clearly made for single-patient use and are most effective this way.