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Free shipping to the USA and Canada. Overseas shipping available at cost. This stimulator appears to have seen very little use. It powers up and appears to operate quite effectively. Included is... view more
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Nevro Senza Omnia HF10 Spine Stimulator Charger Kit CHGR2500 only with Charger, Remote & Belt. The senza omnia device, trial stimulator, batteries & any other accessories are not included, please... view more
Pajunk MultiStim Vario Nerve Stimulator with patient cable used condition, excellent working order. Package include: 1- Pajunk MultiStim Vario Nerve Stimulator 1- Pajunk Patient cable... view more
Product Functionality Technician Notes: Items Included: Neuro Technology Micro Stim Missing Components: None R2v3 Functionality: F3 - Key Functions Working ... view more
We acquired the units in a state surplus sale. We don’t know the prior usage history. They don't power up. Comes as pictured. No other accessories. Sold as is with no return right. ... view more
FREE SHIPPING to the USA and Canada. We have a few of these New Zealand made nerve stimulators in stock. All appear in good operational and cosmetic condition with minor inconsequential wear and... view more
Nerve Stimulator equipment is used to stimulate nerves and muscles in the body. It is used to treat a variety of medical conditions, such as chronic pain, muscle spasms, and nerve damage. The equipment works by sending electrical impulses to the affected area, which can help reduce pain and improve function.
Nerve Stimulator equipment is available from a variety of manufacturers, including Medtronic, St. Jude Medical, and Boston Scientific. Prices for these devices can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars, depending on the type of device and features. Some of the more advanced models can also be used to monitor and adjust the intensity of the electrical impulses.
The most common type of Nerve Stimulator equipment is the transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device. This type of device is often used to treat chronic pain, muscle spasms, and nerve damage. The device is typically worn on the body and sends electrical impulses to the affected area. The intensity of the impulses can be adjusted to provide the most effective treatment.
Other types of Nerve Stimulator equipment include implanted devices, such as spinal cord stimulators and peripheral nerve stimulators. These devices are surgically implanted into the body and provide a more permanent solution to chronic pain. The cost of these devices can range from several thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.