Revitive TENS

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Revitive TENS

Post by NHE » Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:16 pm

Has anybody tried a Revitive TENS machine? It has two pads you put your feet on and then it stimulates your calf muscles to contract using a varying pattern of electrical pulses. It also has a pivoting option which allows the foot bed to rock back and forth with each muscle contraction.

https://us.revitive.com/

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Re: Revitive TENS

Post by ElliotB » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:31 am

Since the device is relatively inexpensive and comes with a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee, it is something that anyone with leg/leg muscle/spasticity/leg circulation issues should at least try.

They have 'open box' lower priced units here:

https://us.revitive.com/advanced-open-b ... lsrc=aw.ds



There is also another similar product called Quell that also has a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee.

https://www.quellrelief.com/?&utm_sourc ... gLdb_D_BwE

I did try the Quell product several years ago and it did not help me with my pain (nothing to do with leg pain or any other leg issues) so I returned it at the end of the trial period.

BUT more often than not, these devices DO work and since so many with MS have leg issues, it is a no-brainer to try Revitive! They are also having a pretty good sale now with father's day coming up.

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