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What is T.E.N.S.???

Pain is the body's warning system. It is a way of letting an individual know that something is wrong. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulations (TENS) is a safe non-invasive drug-free method of pain management. It relieves pain by sending small electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the skin to underlying nerve fibers. TENS works by two different mechanisms. First, electrical stimulation of the nerve fibers can block a pain signal from being carried to the brain. If the signal is blocked, pain is not perceived. Secondly, the body has its own mechanism for suppressing pain. It does this by releasing natural chemicals called endorphins in the brain which act as analgesics. By effectively managing pain without drugs, TENS allows many people with chronic pain conditions to resume daily activity.

TENS has proved to be beneficial in the treatment of pain caused by Arthritis, Sciatica, Peripheral Neuropathy related disorders, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Shingles, Childbirth, Migraine, Phantom Limb, Lower Back Pain, and many more chronic conditions.


WHAT IS EMS?

Electronic Muscle Stimulator (EMS) is a revolutionary muscle exercise concept for use in your own home. Our EMS units are portable, light weight electronic units that have been scientifically designed and proven to exercise body muscles fast, efficiently & effectively through a series of stimulated contraction & relaxation phases. For years Soviet and Eastern bloc Olympic contenders have used muscle stimulators to build the same rippling muscles that steroids promise. EMS is recommended for anyone participating in bodybuilding, power lifting, martial arts, boxing, or anyone simply wishing to achieve their optimal athletic physique. EMS is used extensively throughout the world. The medical Advisory Committee has allowed the use of EMS systems by athletes since 1972. Olympic. Bodybuilders, professional athletes, physiotherapist, sports doctors, US/Canadian Track and Field athletes use EMS systems to supplement their routines.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The main unit has two outlets known as channels. Each channel will have a set of wire connections with two pads attached at the end of each channel. A complete pictorial body placement chart is provided. The unit delivers a gentle electronic impulse to your muscles via the pads (which you place over different muscle groups).Your muscles will respond to the impulse by contracting and relaxing rhythmically as instructed by you through the unit. When a muscle contracts as a result of a unique signal, the chemical changes taking place within the muscles are similar to those associated with voluntary contraction as in "normal exercising". These chemical reactions which results from muscle contractions utilizes glycogen, fat and other nutrients stored in the muscle. These resulting series of muscle contractions will enable an individual to build, tone, strengthen, and combat flabbiness and improve contour.


Getting to the Point

Acupressure is a traditional Chinese medicine bodywork technique based on the same ideas as acupuncture. It involves placing physical pressure, by hand, elbow, or with the aid of various devices, on different pressure points on the surface of the body (which may be far distant from the symptom, related by what is called the meridian system) to bring about relief through greater balance and circulation of fluids (blood, lymph) and metabolic energies in the body (heat, qi). It is intended to help balance the systems of the body in order to treat chronic and acute injuries or disease.

The practice spread centuries ago into many parts of Asia; in modern times it is a component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and forms of it are also described in the literature of traditional Korean medicine where it is called chimsul. It is also important in Kampo, the traditional medicine system of Japan.

Recent examinations of Ötzi, a 5000 year old mummy found in the Alps, have located over fifty tattoos on Ötzi's body, some of which are located on acupressure points that would today be used to treat ailments Ötzi suffered from. Some scientists believe that this is evidence that practices similar to acupuncture were practiced elsewhere in Eurasia during the early bronze age.

More than 2000 years ago, Chinese medics realized that part of our body energy plays an important role in protecting us from disease. They called this wei chi (way chee) or qi, which means 'defensive energy', an invisible energy that circulates just under the skin and is our first line of protection against illness and pain.

The first formally recognized mention of 'qi' is in the Chinese writings of the Shang dynasty oracle bones which were produced between the 16th to 11th century B.C.Possibly the earliest evidence of use of the meridian system for health purposes has been found in Europe.

The Chinese used a traditional therapy called Acupressure which was believed to strengthen the qi against 'external pathogens' - outside influences such as cold and damp which can influence the bodies immune function when defenses are low and can cause ill health.

Today, research shows that acupressure enhances the immune function by stimulating blood cell production and shows complex changes in the parameters of the immune system.

The practice of acupressure is based on the meridian theory in which qi (pronounced chee) or vital energy, is believed to travel through precise pathways or meridians. There are twelve major meridians, each connected to a particular organ, plus eight special or "extra" meridians. There are also innumerable smaller meridians throughout the body.

The meridians connect the organs to each other and connect the interior of the body to the exterior. They actually form a sort of grid or road map of the entire bodily system. Acupressure is the practice of stimulating special junctures or "points" along these meridians, in order to affect the energy and balance of the body. Acupressure is said to "reduce what is excessive, increase what is deficient, warm what is cold, cool what is hot, circulate what is stagnant, move what is congealed, stabilize what is reckless, raise what is falling and lower what is rising."

There are about 365 points on the body (not including the "special" or "extra" points or those which are part of the modern auricular or ear systems), although most practitioners only use about 150.

Traditional Chinese medical theory holds that acupressure works by normalizing the balance of qi "vital energy" throughout the body. Pain or illnesses are treated by attempting to remedy local or systemic accumulations or deficiencies of qi. Pain is considered to indicate blockage or stagnation of the flow of qi, and an axiom of the medical literature of acupuncture is "no pain, no blockage; no blockage, no pain".




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