Cefar Basic TENS
Cefar Basic TENS programs for most of the common pain indications.
Cefar Basic has 3 preset treatment programs: TENS Conventional, TENS Burst and Modulated TENS (pulse width) programs.
Cefar Easy Touch: Automatic Intensity Adjustment – At the press of a button, the intensity is automatically set and adjusted according to the results of the Autotest analysis.
Cefar Easy Touch makes treatment easier and ensures stimulation takes place at an optimal and e?ective level.
Backlit Screen: The Cefar Basic has a larger screen and the backlight makes it much easier to read, even if the surrounding light is poor.
Basic Features: pause function, program lock, key lock, compliance, self-check
TENS programs in the CEFAR EASY effectively relieve both acute and chronic pain. The CEFAR Basic TENS can be used anywhere – at home, at work.
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WHAT IS TENS?>h2
TENS, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. TENS is an effective method offering Pain
Relief. TENS utilises the nervous system’s own pain relief mechanisms to ease both acute and
WHEN IS TENS USED?
Good results are observed in acute and long-term pain conditions of many kinds, but above all
when the pain originates in joints, the skeleton, muscles, skin, viscera, or nervous system. In
some cases, TENS on its own may be sufficient, and in other cases it may provide a valuable
complement to other forms of treatment.
HOW DOES IT WORK?WHEN SHOULD I USE TENS?
The programs in the CEFAR EASY can be used on any occasion when Pain Relief or Muscle Relaxation is needed. All the programs can be used as often as required. Every session should last
at least a minimum of 30 minutes up to several hours.
TENS should not be used by:
women who are pregnant but not in labour
people with a pacemaker or other implanted heart device
people with a cochlear implant
people with epilepsy
Check with your doctor about using TENS for your type of pain.
Cefar Basic TENS Machine has 3 preset treatment programs: TENS Conventional, TENS Burst and Modulated TENS (pulse width) programs.