TENS Units - Portable TENS Machines - Digital & Analog TENS Devices

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation devices, or TENS units, are a drug-free option for the treatment, management, and suppression of pain associated with conditions like arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, chronic back or joint pain, neuropathy, and spinal cord injuries. The device is designed to offer pain management by sending gentle nerve impulses to the nerve fiber through the skin. As a result, the nerve fiber will inhibit the pain signals from reaching your brain. ScripHessco.com proudly highlights more than 40 models of portable TENS units in a range of weights and sizes. Features include easy-to-read display screens, adjustable settings to ensure the proper output, timers, portability, and adjustable pulse rate and pulse width. Most TENS Machines for sale are battery-operated. Shop our full selection of TENS units and accessories along with a full selection of electrotherapy products confidently with our Price Match Guarantee.

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  1. MaxStim 2000 Kit MAXTENS 2000 Digital Tens Unit Kit - Dual Channel
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    $150.60
  2. Maxstim 1000 Kit MAXTENS 1000 Kit
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    $145.69
  3. TENS 3000 TENS 3000 Unit - Dual Channel, 3 Modes, Analog with Timer
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    Current Solutions InTENSity Twin Stim III InTENSity Twin Stim III Combination TENS & EMS Unit
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    InTENSity 10 InTENSity 10 Digital TENS Units - Digital TENS Stimulator Device
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  7. Quattro™ 2.5 Professional Device Quattro™ 2.5 Professional Electrotherapy Device - TENS/EMS/IF/Russian
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  9. Maxstim 1000 Analog Tens Unit - Dual Channel MAXTENS 1000 Analog TENS Unit - Dual Channel TENS
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  11. Ultima 3 Tens with Timer Ultima 3 TENS Unit with Timer - Dual Channel TENS
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  12. Roscoe Medical 2Nd Generation Intensity 12-Digital 2nd Generation InTENSity 12 - Digital TENS Unit
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  13. Ultima 20 Tens Unit Ultima 20 Tens Unit
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  14. Maxstim 2000 Digital Tens Unit - Dual Channel MAXTENS 2000 Digital TENS Unit - Dual Channel Digital TENS Unit
    $51.99
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  15. Current Solutions InTENSity Select Combo Compass Health InTENSity Select Combo - Combines TENS, EMS, Interferential & Microcurrent
    $137.89
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  16. Ultima 5 TENS Unit with Timer - Ultima Five Digital TENS Device Ultima 5 TENS Unit with Timer - Ultima Five Digital TENS Device
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  17. Intelect TENS Unit With Timer Intelect Portable TENS Unit
    $70.69
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  18. Roscoe Medical 2Nd Generation Twin Stim Iv 2nd Generation InTENSity Twin Stim IV - Digital TENS & NMES Unit
    $84.69
  19. Current Solutions InTENSity IF Combo Compass Health InTENSity IF Combo Unit - Combines TENS and Interferential
    $116.19
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  20. Twin Stim Unit Twin Stim Unit, 2nd Edition - Digital Electrotherapy TENS & EMS
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TENS Units

TENS Units

What Is a TENS Unit?

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) units are a drug-free option for treatment, management, and suppression of pain. The device is designed to offer pain management by sending gentle nerve impulses to the nerve fiber through the skin. As a result, the nerve fiber will inhibit the pain signals from reaching your brain. We have different models of portable TENS unit devices at an affordable price that can help to relieve pain.

How Does a TENS Unit Work?

Research suggests that electrical stimulation therapy works in a few different ways:

  • Sending gentle electric impulses to nearby nerves fiber through the skin inhibits the source's pain signals from reaching the brain.
  • The gentle electric impulses increase the production of endorphins in the body, which act as the body's natural painkiller.
  • Electrical stimulation improves blood circulation in the body by continually contracting and relaxing the body’s muscles.

The Benefits of a TENS Unit

A TENS unit can comfortably treat, suppress, or manage pain in the body without relying on medication. Here are some additional benefits these units offer:

  • Controlled treatment to a specific area
  • Easy to use
  • Affordable
  • Readily available as an over-the-counter pain treatment

Can a TENS Unit Be Used for Arthritis Pain Relief?

You can customize your TENS unit to offer arthritis pain relief by deciding on the intensity level, the pulse rate, and so on. If you have chronic pain, you can have your unit deliver high frequency electrical currents to help alleviate the pain.

What Are the Different Types of TENS Units?

When you're looking to purchase a TENS unit, you'll need to think about what kind of pain you have to manage. TENS units are categorized by the following features:

  • Intensity Levels: The higher the intensity level, the stronger the electrical current sent from the unit. Most units offer 80mA. Higher intensity levels are usually prescribed by doctors.
  • Pulse Rate: The pulse rate measures the rate at which the electrical currents are sent from the device. There are options such as 2-10 Hz for mild pain or 80-120 Hz for chronic pain.
  • Channels: You can get a TENS unit with a single channel, dual channels or a quad (four channels). More wires and channels mean you can target different areas of your body at one time.
  • Electrodes: You can select from wired or wireless electrodes.

Tips for Purchasing a TENS Unit Device

A TENS unit is not only easy to use but entirely safe as well. But before purchasing a TENS unit, you should be aware that some insurance providers may pay for your TENS unit, provided the pain treatments are medically necessary. You should, however, consult with your insurance provider to confirm if it will pay for the TENS unit.

Tips you need to consider when purchasing a TENS unit include:

  • Before purchasing a TENS unit, you should consult your doctor or pain management therapist. A doctor or physical therapist helps determine the cause of the pain and can advise you on using the device safely. While a TENS unit is safe for use in most individuals, those who are pregnant or suffer from epilepsy should not use them.
  • Let your doctor or pain management therapist be the first one to use the TENS unit on you. Before using your TENS unit at home, it's always advisable to let your doctor guide you on using the device. While a TENS unit is not complicated to operate, it's always good to learn how to use it from specialists. They help you understand where to place the electrode pads and the amount of power needed to achieve the best results for your level of pain.
  • It takes time to know if a TENS unit will work for you. In addition to guiding you on using the TENS unit, you will be required to book several sessions with your doctor or physical therapist to determine whether the TENS unit will work on your pain. Doctors will try several modes on you while adjusting the settings until an optimal level is achieved. At the end of your sessions, they will advise you on the best mode for your pain.

If you’re in need of a TENS unit to manage your pain, ScripHessco offers a wide range of devices from the top brands. Order yours online today, or call our customer service line for more information!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What exactly is a TENS unit?

A TENs unit is a piece of equipment used in a chronic pain treatment called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENs) therapy. This small battery-operated device transfers low-voltage electrical impulses through electrodes into a patient's skin. To properly provide pain relief, the electrodes must be close to nerves at the pain center or trigger points.

What does a TENS unit do?

Chronic pain is a disorder that alters the way your brain and nerves react to pain. As part of the reaction, neutrons in your brain activate pain. There is also pain deactivating neutrons in your brain. When your body is pain-free, there is a balance between your pain-causing neurons and your pain-canceling neurons. Conversely, chronic pain results from overstimulation of the pain-causing neurons and under-stimulation of the pain-stopping neutrons.

Both neurons accomplish their tasks by releasing chemicals called neurotransmitters that can send pain signals or stop pain signals. The TENs machine sends electrical pulses at 90-130 Hz to block pain messages sent to the brain. As a result, the brain recalibrates and restores the balance between the pain-causing and the pain-canceling neutrons emissions. Unlike other chronic pain treatments, TENs devices are most effective when engaging in activities like walking, doing housework, or exercising.

What conditions are TENS units used for?

TENS therapy uses the TENs machine to treat long-lasting and short-term pain in the muscles, nerves, and joints. With this in mind, a TENs device provides effective treatment for people who have fibromyalgia, bursitis, tendinitis, chronic pelvic pain, low back pain, diabetic neuropathy, and osteoarthritis. Also, TENS devices are effective with labor pains and anxiety.

Does a TENS unit relax muscles?

When you attach the electrode pads to your skin, the TENs unit sends the electrical impulses through the pain center, causing a tingling sensation. The electrical impulses curb the pain signals headed to the spinal cord. One of your body's main reactions to pain is muscle spasming. So, your muscles should relax as the pain subsides.

Are TENs units safe for regular use?

In general, TENS devices provide safe pain treatment for almost everyone. In addition, the use of this machine has no side effects. However, you must not use a TENs machine if you have undiagnosed pain, a pacemaker, a pregnancy, Epilepsy, or certain types of heart disease. Some users' skin may turn red or get irritated from an allergic reaction to the pads. As a result, special pads are available for those who experience this problem.

Do you have to be certified to use a TENs unit?

TENs units are safe and easy to use. You don't need to earn a certificate to use one. However, the device may not work for you. As a result, you shouldn't use a TENs unit without instructions from a doctor or a physical therapist. These healthcare providers can show you the proper way to use your unit. Otherwise, you could misuse it and burn your skin.

Even though the TENs device is easy to use, you will need to know exactly where you should put the electrode pads, the amount of power to use, and the regimen. Your doctor or physical therapist will help you with these details. Also, you may need several TENs therapy sessions with your healthcare provider to determine whether your unit will reduce your pain. Sometimes, it may take a trial run with several different types of machines and settings before finding one that provides the needed treatment for you.

Where can I buy TENs units?

TENs are available for sale over the counter at pharmacies and drug stores. Also, they are available online through quality suppliers like ScripHessco, which has over 40 models of portable TENs units for sale. Plus, they have a wide range of digital TENs units and analog TENs units from major brands like MAXTENS, TENS, InTENSity, Quattro, and Ultima. All the products come with a one-year warranty. For more information or to find answers to all of your questions, call our knowledgable customer service line for more information.

What are the different types of TENs units?

When you're looking to purchase a TENS unit, think about what kind of pain you plan to manage. TENS units are categorized by the following features:

Intensity Levels: The higher the intensity level, the stronger the electrical current sent from the unit. Most units offer 80mA. Higher intensity levels are usually prescribed by doctors.

Pulse Rate: The pulse rate measures the rate at which the electrical currents are sent from the device. There are options such as 2-10 Hz for mild pain or 80-120 Hz for chronic pain.

Channels: You can get a TENS unit with a single channel, dual channels, or a quad unit with four channels. More wires and channels mean you can target different areas of your body at one time.

Electrodes: You can select from wired or wireless electrodes.

Tips for purchasing a TENS device?

A TENS unit is not only easy to use but entirely safe as well. But before purchasing a TENS unit, you should be aware that some insurance providers may pay for your TENS unit, provided the pain treatments are medically necessary. You should, however, consult with your insurance provider to confirm if it will pay for the TENS unit.

Tips you need to consider when purchasing a TENS unit include:

  • Before purchasing a TENS unit, you should consult your doctor or pain management therapist. A doctor or physical therapist helps determine the cause of the pain and can advise you on using the device safely. While a TENS unit is safe for use in most individuals, those who are pregnant or suffer from epilepsy should not use them.
  • Let your doctor or pain management therapist be the first one to use the TENS unit on you. Before using your TENS unit at home, it's always advisable to let your doctor guide you on using the device. While a TENS unit is not complicated to operate, it's always good to learn how to use it from specialists. They help you understand where to place the electrode pads and the amount of power needed to achieve the best results for your level of pain.
  • It takes time to know if a TENS unit will work for you. In addition to guiding you on using the TENS unit, you will be required to book several sessions with your doctor or physical therapist to determine whether the TENS unit will work on your pain. Doctors will try several modes on you while adjusting the settings until an optimal level is achieved. At the end of your sessions, they will advise you on the best mode for your pain.
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