Tens Pads Placement

Published on December 18, 2016 by Spooky2 Videos

Where To Best Place Your Pads
● Where possible place electrodes across your painful region. You should try to leave at least 5cm between electrodes.
● Spinal Pain: Place either side of your spine.
● Leg Pain: Place either side of your lower back.
● Arm Pain: On the hand of the pain harm.

Where Not To Place Your Pads
● Never place the pads on your eyes or over your heart.
● Avoid hairy areas, open wounds and scarred skin areas.
● Never place a pad directly over a joint; this includes your elbows, knees, and ankles.
● Pads should never be used when wet, and must be set aside to dry before you begin using your TENS unit.
● Never use a pad that has become damaged; these pads may need to be replaced before the machine is used again.

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  • Richard 3 years ago

    Good video thanks. If you are having generalized chest pain, where would you place the pads?

    • Spooky2 Videos 3 years ago

      Hi, Richard, we suggest placing your tens pads one on your shoulder and the other on your waist so that the frequency can go cross your main upper body to achieve a better result.

  • John molloy 3 years ago

    Is it okay to have one on the stomach one on the knee

  • Alan Glenn Button 4 months ago

    do i use ten pads for prostate cancer

    • Spooky2 Videos 4 months ago

      Hello, Alan, Cancer cells has a lower electric resistance than healthy cells. So the current have the tendency to flow automatically through the cancer cells (=weak cells) than through the healthy cells. That means that the position of the contact pads is not as critical as it seems. So you can use left foot-to-right foot contact. Hope it will help you.


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