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Very good product. I used it post-surgery for my shoulder, and it really helped. And at a great price..
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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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