TENS and EMS both involve the application of low-voltage electrical current through skin pads to deliver therapeutic benefits. However, there are two primary distinctions between the two methods.
Firstly, EMS generates a more intense electrical impulse compared to TENS.
Secondly, TENS targets sensory fibers to alleviate pain, while EMS targets motor fibers to stimulate and relax muscles.
TENS is commonly employed to reduce and alleviate acute or chronic pain in various parts of the body, including the back, shoulder, arms, legs, and feet. Conversely, EMS is typically utilized to activate and relax muscles.
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