a TENS/EMS Pioneer
For over ten years, we've been creating clinical strength TENS and EMS units that physical therapists and chiropractors love. Now, our electrical stimulation machines are available over-the-counter. We offer versatile EMS and TENS UNITS for neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, and more. Our muscle stimulation therapy devices offer a compact, portable, and easy method of pain relief and muscle rehabilitation. Ready to conquer your pain, increase your strength, and enhance your physical well-being?
Clinical Strength Pain Relief and Muscle Rehab
Based on TENS 7000, a favorite amongst physical therapists, fitness enthusiasts, and health professionals. The Twin Stim Plus OTC TENS and EMS muscle stimulator offers clinical strength pain relief and muscle rehab. Originally only available with a prescription, now over-the-counter.
Four Channels for Effective Coverage and a Mix of TENS and EMS
Use up to eight electrodes at once to surround your target area. Each channel is able to be set to either TENS or EMS simultaneously as well as separate intensity levels. This professional TENS and EMS combo unit offers the same prescription strength and customizability as professional grade therapy units.
A universal Solution for Relieving Pain and Strengthening Muscles
Meet your go-to device for pain relief and muscle rehab. The Twin Stim Plus TENS and EMS offers a universal solution for pain relief and muscle rehabilitation almost anywhere on your body. Its small size, customizable settings, and included belt clip means you can get prescription strength TENS and EMS therapy anywhere, anytime.
Comes with everything needed for treatments
The digital TENS unit comes with everything needed to start treatments including:
- Four channel digital TENS EMS device
- 4 2" x 2" premium electrodes
- 8 4" x 2" premium electrodes
- User manual
- 4 lead wires
- Hard case carrying case
Will this give a muscle contraction
Yes, this device will give a muscle contraction.
What does Width mean and what should it be set at?
Pulse width is the longevity of the pulse. Longer pulse widths will cause stronger muscle contractions. We recommend setting it at 175 to 200uS. However, this will differ depending on the type and level of pain. We always recommend testing each setting to meet your specific needs.