Omron Healthcare unveils the Avail wireless TENS device for drug-free relief from chronic and acute pain.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 10, 2018-Omron Healthcare unveils the Avail wireless TENS device for drug-free relief from chronic and acute pain
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Heart health company Omron Healthcare Inc announced on Tuesday the availability of the innovative over-the-counter medical device for safe and effective drug-free pain relief, the Avail.
The company said Avail is its first TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) unit with wireless and dual channel capability that provides relief from chronic and acute pain. The device can treat multiple pain sites simultaneously and is controlled by its new mobile app, Omron TENS, enabling users to operate Avail remotely.
According to the company, the Avail wireless TENS device includes two soft, contoured pads that fit comfortably and securely to treat a variety of areas of pain simultaneously. Users can choose from pre-programmed therapies or design their own.
Additionally, Avail's five pre-programmed Body Pain Modes soothe lower back, shoulder, knee, elbow and leg pain with recommended therapies. Avail users can design their own therapies using five additional pulsation modes, including steady, acupuncture-like, knead, tap and microcurrent and 20 different intensity levels. The bluetooth connectivity provides wireless control of settings via the Omron TENS app, for on-the-go personal control of pain relief, added the company.
In conjunction, the Omron Avail device, which has received US FDA clearance, is available for purchase at Omronhealthcare.com for USD199.99. Those who purchase now may take advantage of the introductory pricing offer of USD159.99 through 31 March 2018, concluded the company.
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