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TENS in case of elbow pain

Pain in the elbow usually has inflammatory causes. It often affects the so-called tennis elbow or tennis elbow. Joint inflammation in arthrosis, arthritis, rheumatic diseases, tendonitis and inflammation of the synovial bursa are often the cause of severe pain, the treatment of which can be protracted. A TENS application on the elbow often provides relatively quick pain relief. The appropriate device setting and positioning of the TENS electrodes can ensure an interruption of pain transmission through the nerves to the brain. Due to the effect of the electrical impulses of the TENS device, the nerves are no longer able to transmit the pain stimulus and pain is quickly relieved. Another TENS application at the elbow is to adjust the parameters of the TENS unit so that endorphins are released. Endorphins are pain-relieving, endogenous "anti-pain hormones".

Application of stimulation current electrodes for elbow pain:

Fight your elbow pain with the TENS stimulation current therapy. Attach the appropriate specially designed electrode for pain therapy with a TENS device as shown in the figure. Alternatively you can use the Elbow Electrode against Arthrosis.


Alternative electrode placement for a TENS device with two channels

For this application you need a device with two channels.

TENS electrode placement in case of elbow pain

How do you apply the TENS stimulation current therapy at the elbow?

The following video shows you how to place the electrodes correctly and apply the stimulation current devices.

TENS device application


The programs P08 and P12 are generally used here.

Find out more about the Application with the STIM-PRO X9

TENS Device STIM-PRO T-400

The programs  P08 and P12 are generally used here.

Find out more about the Application with the STIM-PRO T-400


The program P08 is generally used here.

Do you still have questions regarding the correct electrodes placement?

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