Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever

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Some of us do experience issues with our back, and let me say this, it is not a nice problem to have at all. Of course, we have seen the resident chiropractor but to no avail, and all the different kinds of so-called “grandmother’s remedies” and tips that you picked up from friends and family members do not seem to work, either. Don’t give up on your back just yet, especially after it has supported you all these years, why not give the $199.95 Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever a chance?

The Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever will boast of a streamlined cordless electrotherapy system that delivers hours of drug-free pain relief from lower back pain. It is touted to be as powerful as professional equipment, where the device itself employs Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) which are actually harmless electrical pulses that block pain signals which pass through nerves to the brain. The system is also capable of increasing blood flow to the area in order to promote healing and relaxation. This thin, flexible unit will not impede movement, as it can be worn under clothing, and you will not need to have it removed between treatments. It is said that these adhesive electrode pads will remain securely in place for up to 5 applications, where this purchase includes 40 gel pads that ought to last for approximately three months, and it is powered by a couple of AAA batteries.


2 reviews or comments

SeekMocha Says: February 16, 2013 at 11:59 am

I would definitely want a money-back guarantee on that.

Julie Gibson Says: February 18, 2013 at 7:40 am

I was having a lot of problems with my lower back. I got one of these new WiTouch and it worked great! I am using it as much as three times per week. If you are experiencing lower back pain I highly recomend one.

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