Drug-free pain relievers to the rescue
Patients who use TENS can enjoy a Ramadan with less pain
Say goodbye to pain on the back as well as shoulders, joints and muscles this Ramadan
People with chronic back pain often find it hard to undertake stressful tasks at hand. As the Holy Month of Ramadan approaches, a lot of patients with medical conditions like backaches undergo fasting but often refrain from taking medication as they feel it interferes with their religious obligations.
As a result, those suffering from backache often experience no relief from pain. However, there is a silver lining in the cloud with Omron's pain relievers. These are based on TENS technology (Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulator) and offer a drug-free solution to ease the pain symptoms. It is a clinically proven technology to help relieve mild to moderate musculoskeletal pain.
TENS devices by OMRON have a compact design. It can be used to relieve pain on the back as well as shoulders, joints and muscles.
Pain relief based on TENS has been used by many healthcare professionals, such as physiotherapists and pain management specialists in the UAE. Patients who use TENS can enjoy a Ramadan with less pain, allowing them to spend time with family and avail the blessings of the holy month.
TENS is a clinically proven technology that helps blocking the body's pain message, triggers the release of endorphins and improves blood circulation and hence reducing pain.
Did you know that OMRON drug-free pain reliever is:
- A powerful pain reliever
- Specially programmed for multiple body areas.
- Adjustable in intensity
- Equipped with Washable Long-Life pads, which can be re-used up to 150 times.
- Easy to use
- Based on Omron 20 years of expertise
- OMRON offers drug-free solution based on clinically proven TENS technology.1
Drug-free pain relievers help to improve the quality of your life*: Targeted treatment for your back, shoulders, joints and muscles
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M. Johnson, M. Martinson. Efficacy of electrical nerve stimulation for chronic musculoskeletal pain: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Pain 130, 2007, p157-165