Frequently Asked Questions on Combination Units


How do electrotherapy devices work?

Electrotherapy combination units use safe and minimal electrical impulses to stimulate the peripheral nerves that send information about touch and vibration. These signals from the stimulated nerves interfere with pain signals traveling to the brain and reduce the brain’s ability to perceive pain.

How do electrotherapy devices work?

Electrotherapy combination units use safe and minimal electrical impulses to stimulate the peripheral nerves that send information about touch and vibration. These signals from the stimulated nerves interfere with pain signals traveling to the brain and reduce the brain’s ability to perceive pain.

How do electrotherapy devices work?

Electrotherapy combination units use safe and minimal electrical impulses to stimulate the peripheral nerves that send information about touch and vibration. These signals from the stimulated nerves interfere with pain signals traveling to the brain and reduce the brain’s ability to perceive pain.

Does electrical stimulation therapy hurt?

No, Most people do not complain of any pain during the therapy session.

Are there any side effects of Electrotherapy?

There have been reports of some atypical side effects including, but not limited to diarrhea, night sweating, headaches, naus ea, flu-like symptoms, etc.

Can electrical combination devices be used for personal use?

You must be a licensed medical practitioner or must obtain a prescription from a licensed medical provider to buy an electrotherapy Combination Unit for electrotherapy.

Do electrical impulse generating devices work for specific conditions other than genralized pain?

Electrotherapy devices can be helpful to patients experiencing many kinds of pain from different sources. These Units can easily be adjusted to treat a variety of underlying illnesses and issues causing pain.