Therapeutic Technologies closeout auctions take place on DOTmed.com. Bid today on 2235 lots of medical equipment. Onsite or virtual inspection available. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Amy St.Cyr at Amy@TherapeuticTech.net or (609) 781-4521.
BTL 5000 in bad condition. Selling as is. Ultrasound part works from our test. ... view more
BioMed Certified “The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory agencies. If so, do not bid on this item unless you... view more
FREE SHIPPING by UPS to the USA and added NO TAX! This is an unused TENS in its original sealed package. It is undamaged and warranted to be fully functional on delivery. * Multifunctional... view more
Product Functionality Technician Notes: N/A Items Included: Innovative Neurotronics Walkaide System Kit- Missing Components: User manual, Acessories R2v3 Functionality: ... view more
Dynatronics Dynatron Solaris 709 Plus w Accessories 30 Day Warranty.... view more
TechCare Tens & PMS Plus 24 Electronic Pulse Massager. Manual, pads and any other accessories are not included, please see photos for details. EVEN THOUGH IT IS NOT NECESSARY, I WOULD PREFER YOU TO... view more
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a form of electrotherapy that utilizes low-voltage electrical currents to relieve pain. TENS units are portable medical devices commonly used for pain management. They work by delivering electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the skin, stimulating the nerves and blocking pain signals from reaching the brain. TENS therapy is often used to alleviate chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, and sports injuries. It can be an effective alternative or complementary treatment to medication, allowing individuals to manage their pain without relying solely on painkillers.
The price range for TENS units can vary depending on the features and quality of the device. Basic models can be found for as low as $20, while more advanced and versatile units can range from $50 to $200. The cost may also depend on whether the unit is intended for personal home use or for professional medical settings. Some TENS devices offer additional features such as different stimulation modes, adjustable intensity levels, timers, or pre-set programs for specific conditions.
Several manufacturers specialize in producing TENS and electrotherapy equipment. Some well-known companies in this space include Omron, HealthmateForever, iReliev, Pure Enrichment, and TechCare. These manufacturers offer a variety of TENS units with different specifications, designs, and price points to cater to the diverse needs of individuals seeking pain relief through electrotherapy.