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Wireless, mobile, smart-stim device. The Compex Mini Wireless can take your training to the next level in the palm of your hand. Connecting to your smartphone, the Compex Mini Wireless FDA-510(k) cleared electric muscle stim device and TENS machine is designed to help you tackle your warm-up, training, recovery, and pain management, whether on the go, gym or home. Learn More
FDA 510(k) cleared wireless muscle stim device designed to give maximum mobility while utilizing each of the 10 Compex programs. The programs can help enhance your performance, speed up recovery, and even manage pain with TENS.
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WHAT IS TENS?
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is the use of electrical pulses to stimulate the sensory nerves of the body and help provide pain relief. Part of a pain management program, TENS can be found in physical therapy offices, athletic training rooms, and portable devices used at home.
Benefits of TENS*
Temporary Relief of Pain
Increased Circulation and Healing
Symptomatic Relief and Management of chronic pain
Relief of pain associated with Arthritis
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HOW IS TENS DIFFERENT FROM EMS?
TENS is designed to target sensory nerves. Typically, sensory nerves receive a signal
that they relay to the brain, the brain then decides if the stimulus is painful, soft, warm,
etc. When using a TENS program the goal is to alleviate pain by either inducing an
endorphin release (Low Frequency TENS programs) or to block the pain signals to the
brain through the Gate Theory (High Frequency TENS programs).
EMS (Electrical muscle stimulation) is often confused with TENS (Transcutaneous
Electrical Nerve Stimulation), a common modality used in physical therapy offices.
Compex EMS provides an electrical current at a specifically designed frequency to
target motor nerves. These nerves activate the muscle to contract based on the
amount of resistance applied through the device. The brain goes through a similar
process when actual weights are lifted.