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Pain Relief Devices

Looking for a way to help reduce temporary discomfort due to an injury? Pain relief devices allow you to benefit from the latest innovations in pain management treatment in the comfort of your own home. CVS carries a number of pain relief devices and makes it easy to purchase products online. Explore the options now and click on any of the products to learn more about its features and benefits.

Why Use Devices?

There are a number of reasons why people may choose to use pain relief devices. In some cases, prescription and over-the-counter medications may not do enough to alleviate pain completely. For these individuals, pain relief devices may further reduce discomfort. People who are unable to take medications due to side effects or who prefer not to use medicines for pain relief may decide to use devices as alternative interventions.

TENS Devices for Pain

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation or TENS therapy is an alternative pain relief therapy that involves the use of a battery-operated device called a TENS unit. A TENS unit emits low voltage electric current that stimulates the nerves. By doing so, TENS units may interfere with the brain's ability to sense pain. TENS therapy is commonly used to address back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, bursitis, fibromyalgia and a number of other conditions.

Massage Therapy for Pain

A massage can be incredibly relaxing and is great for relieving tension. Massage also enhances blood flow to affected areas to ease tightness and stiffness in the muscles. This makes massage therapy a common intervention for various types of muscle pain and discomfort. With massage therapy devices, you can administer a massage to yourself. These devices produce vibrations that mimic the actions of a masseuse. You can find handheld massagers that can be used on many parts of the body as well as wraps and cushions that massage specific areas like the neck or back.

Important Advice

At this time, there is not enough evidence to prove that pain relief devices will provide relief for everyone who uses them and for all types of conditions. Devices may not be suitable for everyone, as they could pose a potential for side effects or health complications in individuals with certain conditions. As a result, you should always consult your doctor before using any pain relief device for the first time. Make sure to follow the instructions for use provided by the manufacturer to ensure best results.

 

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