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The EX-Pain TSE has been clinically proven to relieve many different sorts of pain. The manufacturers claim that this treatment is now available in over 150 NHS Pain Clinics. (This, they say is more than half the NHS hospital/pain clinics in the UK.) The small device is convenient and very easy to use. It is claimed that it has helped at least 82% of persistent pain sufferers who have tried it. All this device does is to feed small electrical impulses into the body, thereby stimulating the bodies own pain defence systems. The plastic device is up to CE standard and fully patented and approved for home use. It is available on 28 days free home trial which is a really good idea as you get chance to see how well it works for you before you buy it. The manufacturers give a whole list of painful conditions which have been clinically treated with EX-Pain TSE: Wear and tear arthritis. Backache. Neck Pain. Headaches. Migraine. Insomnia (not painful as far as I am aware but included in their list.) Period Pains. Osteoporosis. Cancer Pain. (Now I really don't feel too happy about this particular claim!) Stroke Pain. (I would imagine you need to be very careful about electrical stimulation here.) Even relieves a hangover! A family member has used tthe EX-Pain TSE for a month now and says that it has almost eliminated his back pain. He has suffered from a trapped nerve in the spine for many months and conventional painkillers don't work. He said that the pain is still present as a feint tingling sensation but it is nowhere near as severe. You can order this by credit card at a cost of £129.99 plus £2.50 p&p. I compared this with the details I had on the TENS system and decided to go with the better known brand. Even though this particular device had been recommended to me, I think the claims for the relief of pain in canc
er cases put me off buying this. It sounded as though it was trying to get desperate people to part with their money. Perhaps I've been a bit harsh in my judgement here but that's the way it presented itself to me.