Pain Relievers

Pain Relievers

Pain can really limit you in what you do. Treat pain quickly and effectively to continue living your life the way you want

Pain Relievers

Why should I use a TENS machine?

Clinically proven TENS technology

Clinically proven TENS technology

Relieves back, shoulder, joints & muscle pain

Relieves back, shoulder, joints & muscle pain

Drug-free pain relief

Drug-free pain relief

What is a TENS pain reliever?

Pain Relievers

What is a TENS pain reliever?

TENS pain relievers, also known as TENS machines, are small, handheld machines widely used by physiotherapists, pain specialists and other professionals. They use transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) technology to relieve mild to moderate pain in your back, shoulders, joints and muscles.

OMRON TENS machines, clinically tested for home use, provide you with drug-free pain relief. You can simplify your treatment with one of the pre-set programmes for specific parts of the body or you can find your ideal treatment using the customisable settings. With the variable settings available, you should start low with the low voltage until you feel that it’s having a beneficial effect whilst still comfortable.

HeatTens

Dual therapy treatment for pain relief

HeatTens

HeatTens

  • Combines soothing heat with TENS technology
  • 9 different massage modes
  • Drug-Free Pain Relief

Frequently Asked Questions

The Electrode Pads, including the ‘ePlus LongLife Pads’ do require periodic replacement. However, it is often possible to extend the life of the pads by simply rinsing them under a cold water faucet (no soap is required), shaking off the excess moisture, return the pads to the clear plastic cover sheet or the plastic holder (ePlus LongLife Pads only), and then place the pads in the refrigerator overnight (not the freezer). This should restore the adhesion of the pads. If it does not, the pads are worn and should be replaced. Contact your nearest OMRON retailer to obtain these.

High frequency stimulation is effective for acute (nerve) pain and is said to be especially useful in the immediate blockage of pain transmission compared to low-frequency stimulation. A ‘High Frequency’ button is standard on the more feature rich models of the Transcutaneous Electronic Nerve Stimulator (TENS)devices.