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TeNS Medical Services: Blogging for a Pain Free Future

Mon, 07/23/2012 - 9:42am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SUTTON-IN-COLDFIELD, England, July 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

New Blog from TeNS Medical Services Educates on Important Health Issues

TeNS Medical Services are delighted to announce the launching of their new blog, which will provide information on health issues with special focus upon drug free pain relief and respironics equipment.  The blog comes as TeNS adds the latest addition to the Phillips range of mains powered nebulisers, the Inspiration Elite, to its catalogue.

TeNS Medical Services has become a household name thanks to their work on pain relief.  They specialise in TENS machines, which are an effective, drug free method for reducing and relieving pain.  TENS machines work by generating a low voltage electrical current that is transmitted to your skin surface via electrodes.  These electrodes should be placed closed to the source of pain whereby the pulsing electrical current will soothe your pain.  TeNS offer a wide selection of TENS machines at every price point and also offer machines for hire too.

Along with TENS machines, TeNS offers a wide range of other drug free pain relief solutions, such as ultrasound devices from the market leader Novasonic, Interferential machines as well as the modern and effective Microcurrent machines.  Microcurrent treatment involves the sending of very small and very precise electrical currents directly into the effected cells.  These currents stimulate the production of energy in the cell and boost the healing process.  This means that Microcurrent can be used to help speed up the healing process for all forms of injury from arthritis to ulcers and sports injuries to broken bones.  It also helps to reduce swelling and inflammation.

As well as drug free pain relief, TeNS specialises in nebulisers to deal with respiratory problems.  Nebulisers administe
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