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autoshoes wrote:I've got a question for those who've gotten this before.
Does this come with any kind of case or anything to store it in?
How do you store your unit when not in use?
This does not come with a case, i just store it in the original box.
I hate polyester sheets!
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Hello all. I am the original 'bad experience' comment. After coming back and reading through all the others, I am starting to think that I might just have a bunk one
With that said I also wanted to say a few other things. 1) When I mentioned that the PT's are selling them from $200, this is correct. However, I have never seen or used those so therefore yes they are probably selling these small handheld units. Also, I have seen these sell in the past for around $50 which would make sense that they would be resold in an office for $200. 2) I did ask at my chiropractor about theirs and what they use (which is AMAZING and none of these cheap products can ever compare) sells in the $4K range. You can see a professional one here http://minnesotamedical.com/minnesotamedical/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=55_40&products_id=139&zenid=hrfb0oue6nfd7fnt1pa1ci7sa1. Ultrasound/TENS unit all in one. My PT uses a different type (which does not seem to go as deep in the tissue and is more comparable to the hand held cheapo's) which can be viewed here: http://www.chattmed.com/. Just some knowledge for ya... we definitely get what we pay for ($20 vs $4K). I am going to take one commentor's suggestion though and order some larger pads to see if mine works better.
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