Around the world, millions of people suffer from pain brought on by the stresses and strains of everyday life. The Kinetik range of TENS Units (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) (Pain Relievers) provides a safe and effective, drug-free method of pain management.
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Facts About Digital TENS Units
By delivering small painless electrical pulses via electrodes placed on your skin, the TENS Units blocks the way in which pain signals are sent to the brain and stimulates your body to produce more of its own pain-relieving chemicals called endorphins.
Kinetik TENS Digital Pain Relievers are designed as a safe and easy way of relieving everyday pain. Multiple stimulations and intensity settings allow you to customise managing your pain relief for different parts of your body and pain.
We’ve designed our range of proven, portable TENS Units to offer you a safe alternative to medication, at home or on the go. Whether you want drug-free pain relief or need a multi-faceted approach to pain management, our machines are designed to provide a safe and effective method of tackling a range of different types of pain. From period pain to muscle and joint aches, our TENS Units are proven to relieve pain as frequently as you need, without concern.
In association with
St John Ambulance, the nation’s leading first aid charity has joined forces with Kinetik Wellbeing on a range of healthcare products designed to monitor, manage, and support people’s health.
For every purchase of a Kinetik Wellbeing device, St John Ambulance receive a donation from Kinetik to help them carry out their crucial work.
FAQs About our TENS Devices
How does Kinetik Wellbeing TENS device work?
TENS works by passing harmless electrical signals into the body from the pad. This relieves pain in two ways: Firstly, it blocks the body’s pain signals which are normally transmitted from the area of damage through the nerve fibres to the brain, TENS interrupts these pain signals. Secondly, TENS stimulates the body’s production of endorphins, its own natural painkillers.
Why consider digital TENS pain relievers?
Pain is a warning signal; we need these signals to tell us that something may be wrong with our body. Without it, we may not know that parts of our body might be damaged, thereby damaging them further. However, once we have identified damage, pain serves little purpose. In the case of chronic, regular pain it can significantly interfere with daily activities and the quality of life.
What conditions can the TENS device help relieve?
Please ask your local pharmacist for advice about any specific condition. TENS provides pain relief for a number of different pain conditions, including: Back Pain, Sciatica, Sports Strains and Sprains. Almost all muscle related injuries Use the Dual Channel TENS Digital Pain Reliever for at least 15 minutes a day, however, you may need to wear it for longer to initially gain pain relief. If you wear the unit for longer periods then check your skin where the gel pads have been placed to ensure your skin does not become sore.
Can the TD2/TD3 TENS devices be used during pregnancy/labour?
We can’t recommend use of the TD2/TD2 during pregnancy or labour as the device has not undergone official testing for this. Please consult your GP.
Can the WT2 TENS device be used during pregnancy/labour?
The WT2 can be used from 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Can you explain the different modes for the TD2?
- Mode 1 – Kneading (TENS)
- Mode 2 – Acupuncture (TENS and EMS)
- Mode 3 – Deep Massage (TENS)
- Mode 4 – Cupping (TENS)
- Mode 5 – Scraping (TENS)
- Mode 6 – Combination (TENS and EMS)
- Mode 7 – Relaxing (EMS)
Can you explain the different modes for the TD3?
Please refer to the grid below.
Why is the intensity of the TENS device not increasing?
Please ensure that pads are fully connected to skin before turning the device on. The device will not work if you switch on and increase intensity before attaching pads. If pads are not fully sticking to skin, please purchase replacement pads.
Should the two red connectors and two white connectors for the TD2 attach to certain pads?
The different colours of the connectors are purely aesthetic, and it doesn’t matter which connector goes with which pad as long as the pads are all secured firmly to the skin.
Can I get a new USB charger for my TENS device?
View our TENS Devices and replacement accessories such as USB charger.
What is causing my WT1 / WT2 device to beep?
Please ensure that the device is fully connected to skin before turning on.
Can I use my TENS machine for Period Pain?
Yes our TENs machines are suitable for use if you suffer with period pain.
Where can I use my TENS machine?
Please refer to the manual to see where the TENS machine can be applied.
How often should I change the TENS gel pad?
For hygiene reasons, it is recommended that you replace the gel pad every 30 sessions.
Where can I buy the replacement gel pads?
View our TENS Devices page where you can order replacement pads.
I have a TD1, how can I buy more pads?
We’re afraid we no longer stock the TD1 or the pads to go with this device as it is a discontinued product. Please see our TD3, for which we would be pleased to offer you a discount for.
Why are my pads not sticking?
Ensure the area of skin is clean and dry, free from moisturiser and oils. Make sure no debris on the pad (eg fluff) and ensure the protective covers are replaced after each use.
How many times can I use the pads on my TENS Device?
The pads can be used for up to 30 applications.
Can I use TENS Devices if I have a cardiac pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic device?
No. If you have a cardiac pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic device you should not use TENS devices as this may cause electric shock, burns, electrical interference, or death.