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TENS for Wryneck or Torticollis

Torticolles comes from Latin and means "curved" or "twisted" neck. The types of inclination in a torticollis are different. The head is either tilted to the side, stretched backwards or bent down. In addition, the head can also be turned. The causes of wrynecks are manifold. For example, it can be congenital or develop over the years. The pain can also spread from the neck to the shoulders and back. With the TENS pain therapy you can relax your muscles and thereby relieve the pain.

TENS - Electrode placement for wryneck or torticollis

To do so, place the electrodes as shown in the figure. For this application you need a TENS device with at least two channels. We recommend the electrodes Ø 5cm or the electrodes 5 x 5 cm.

TENS-electrode-placement-for-Torticollis

How do you apply the TENS stimulation current therapy for pain caused by a torticollis torticollis?

Here you will find the correct electrode placement and application of the stimulation current devices.

TENS device application

TENS EMS Combo Device STIM-PRO X9

The programs P02 and P11 are generally used here.

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

TENS Device STIM-PRO T-400

The programs  P02 and P11 are generally used here.

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

TENS Device STIM-PRO COMFORT

The program P03 is generally used here.

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

Do you still have questions regarding the correct electrodes placement?

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