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TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) is a type of electrotherapy equipment that works by sending small electrical pulses through the skin via ten unit electrodes to the underlying peripheral nerves. TENS is thought to work in two ways. First, “high frequency” continuous, mild, electrical activity blocks the pain signal traveling to the brain. Brain cells perceive pain. If the pain signal does not get through to the brain, the pain is not “felt.” The second way is by stimulating the body’s own natural pain-control mechanism. “Low frequency” or short bursts of mild electrical activity cause the body to release its own pain easers called beta endorphins. Ask your physician or health care provider for more details on this type of electrotherapy equipment. For more information on TENS, visit Physio-Pedia - TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)