Industry-Leading TENS Pads.

Industry-Leading TENS Pads.

In order to provide better service to buyers, while we are working on TENS research, we are also working on the development and research of TENS products as a supporting product--patch.

We offer patches in a variety of shapes, including square, round, rectangle, and butterfly, so that they can be customized to the demands of customers utilizing the physiotherapy equipment on various body areas. 

For up to 45 uses, the low impedance solid electrode gel may give great self-adhesive performance and is simple to clean up. It is composed with improved industry leading adhesive. Our reusable medical-grade electrodes are non-irritating and latex-free to provide consumers with a secure and comfortable experience regardless of their skin type.

 

In addition, as we all know,the electric current can be felt differently in your body by changing the distance between electrodes or the direction of the electrodes. Thus, Auvon also spends a lot of time researching where the patch is placed to better help people relieve pain. And gives our placement recommendations for different pain areas.

For example:

Ankle

Single Channel

Place 1 electrode pad above the ankle and 1 electrode pad below the ankle (ipsilateral leg).

Dual Channel

Place 2 pairs of electrode pads in a crossed pattern or parallelly around the ankle (ipsilateral leg).

Calf

Single Channel

Place 1 electrode pad above the pain area and 1 electrode pad below the pain area (ipsilateral calf).

Dual Channel

Place 2 pairs of electrode pads in a crossed pattern or parallelly on the ipsilateral calf.

Buttock

Single Channel

Place 1 pair of electrode pads unilaterally on the buttock.

Dual Channel

Channel 1: Place 1 pair of electrode pads on the buttock.

Channel 2: Place 1 pair of electrode pads on the thigh (under the buttock).

AUVON hopes to produce products and provide services that are effective for buyers and can improve their happiness in life. So we have been working hard on this road.

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