Ultima OTC TENS Device is an over-the-counter electrotherapy unit that provides electrotherapy relief for chronic or acute pain.
Chronic or acute muscle and joint pain can really interfere with your daily life, and it can be hard to find the time or money to regularly go to the doctor or therapist’s office.
Reusable medical electrodes can be used to directly target problem areas in order to treat arthritis-related pain, joint and muscle pain, and it even offers lower back pain relief, all at your own convenience.
Through the use of the TENS unit electrodes, electrical pulses pass through the skin and stimulate the nerves in affected areas. It not only blocks pain signals from reaching your brain, but it triggers the release of endorphins, your body’s natural pain fighters.
FDA approved, the Ultima OTC is sold without the need for a prescription. In fact, unlike addictive pain medications that can keep you dependent on them for relief, electrode stimulation is a non-addictive way to get treatment and help your body with its natural healing processes.
The Ultima OTC TENS unit has 8 preset modes making it quick and easy for you to find the setting that is right for you. The intensity of the electrode stimulation can be easily adjusted to your comfort level, even in the middle of a treatment session.
The Ultima OTC has an easy to read backlit LCD screen that clearly shows text and body diagram. Pause and play buttons let you start and stop treatment as needed while the front closing door protects the controls, so you won’t accidentally change the settings while you use the device.
- No prescription needed; FDA approved for over-the-counter use
- Backlit screen with body diagram
- 8 preset modes
- Two independently controlled channels
- Front closing door to prevent accidental changes to programming
- Modes for acute pain, chronic pain and massage
- Easy to use Pause & Play button
- Portable, battery powered
- Drug-free pain relief
- 4 Reusable Electrode Pads
- Lead Wires
- User Manual & Electrode Placement Guide
- Carrying Case