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What is the difference between TENS and EMS?

TENS and EMS target different nerve groups in the body. Therefore, TENS and EMS have different indications for use. TENS targets sensory nerves and will temporarily relieve pain. EMS targets the muscle itself through the motor nerves and will improve and facilitate muscle performance. Sensory and motor nerves fire at different frequencies, which is why EMS and TENS devices affect the body differently. 

How long can I use this?

You can use it as often as you like. An average alleviation session should last between 10-40 minutes. We recommend you use your set a minimum of 20 minutes to achieve results but not more than 60 minutes in the same area to prevent muscle fatigue. We recommend using it 1 to 3 times per day for best results.

Is it big enough for shoe size 15 ?

No problem, Even if your toes are a little out of the slipper you still enjoy the relief and can feel the pulse stimulation on your whole feet and legs. You just sit with them on.

Does the slippers help cold feet?

Yes, this can help cold feet. The electric stimulation to the nerves will cause more blood flow.

Dose the slippers vibrate and noisy?

No, It does not have any noise.

Do i have to soak my feet before using?

No, simply apply Conductor Spray or Water to each slipper.

Would this help relieve restless leg syndrome and/or calf cramps?

Yes! This set can help with restless leg syndrome and calf cramps.

Does this help with stiffness and pain in ankles?

Yes, You could use the electrode pads on your ankles at the same time. it can help to relieve the stiffness and pain.

Does the circulation slippers help numbness and tingling?

Yes, this can. The electric stimulation to the nerves will cause more blood flow.

How many electrode pads does the set contain?

The set contain 4 electrode pads.

Where can I apply the adhesive electrode pads?

You can apply the adhesive electrode pads to anywhere on your body, except the heart and brain area, the front of the neck, or directly on an open or bleeding wound.

I have a pacemaker or defibrillator, is this product safe for me to use?

No, unfortunately, muscle stimulators should not be used by those with a pacemaker or defibrillator.

 Is TENS and EMS safe?

It is safe for most people to use TENS/EMS. However, the electrical impulses that a TENS/EMS unit produces may cause a buzzing, tingling, or prickling sensation, which some people may find uncomfortable. On very rare occasions, an electrical current will be too intense for a patient, causing burning or irritation on the skin.

DO NOT use the device if you have any of the following medical conditions:

  • An implanted cardiac pacemaker, defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic device.
  • Are pregnant.
  • Have epilepsy.

It is recommended that you consult your medical practitioner before use if you:

  • Have been diagnosed with cancer.
  • Have suffered acute trauma or a recent surgical procedure.
  • Have cardiac problems or cardiac disease.
  • Have an abdominal hernia.
  • Have venous thrombosis.

The device is intended for use by adults. Use on children is possible, but should only occur with adult supervision.


  • Stimulation should not be applied directly over the heart, on the neck area, or on the temples.
  • Apply the electrode pads only to normal, intact, clean skin.
  • Do not apply over open wounds or over swollen or infected areas.
  • Never use the device while driving, operating machinery, or during activities in which involuntary muscle contractions may endanger yourself or others.
  • Never immerse the device in any liquid.
  • Never use the device while sleeping.
  • This device should only be used with the accessories provided by the manufacturer.

Adverse Reactions:
If you experience skin irritations or any other adverse reactions then treatment should be stopped immediately. You should consult with your medical practitioner about further use of the device.

Who should not use this?

Precautions & Disclaimer

It is always recommended to consult with your physician before starting any new exercise program or treatment modality. Patients with any electronic implants such as a pacemaker are not advised to use. 

Do not use this device if you have a cardiac pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or other implanted electronic device, or are connected to high frequency surgical equipment. Do not use this device over your eyes, mouth, face, front of neck, head, chest , or across your heart because this could cause severe muscle spasms resulting in difficulty in breathing and other adverse effects. Consult with your physician before using this device if you are in the care of a physician. Stop using this device and consult your physician if your pain does not improve, becomes more than mild, or continues for more than five days. Do not use this device while driving, operating machinery, or during any activity in which electrical stimulation can put you at risk of injury. Do not use this device over open wounds or rashes, or over swollen, red, infected, or inflamed areas or skin eruptions (e.g., phlebitis, thrombophlebitis, varicose veins). Do not use this device over metallic implants or in proximity to, cancerous lesions. Do not use this device on children. Do not use this device in the presence of electronic monitoring equipment (e.g., cardiac monitors, ecg alarms), which may not operate properly when the electrical stimulation device is in use. Do not use this device when in the bath, shower or other sources of moisture. Do not use this device while sleeping. Do not use this device on abnormal skin, or skin that is not clean & healthy. Do not operate in close proximity (e.g. 1 m) to shortwave or microwave therapy equipment as it may produce instability in the device output. Do not use this device if you are susceptible to rhythm disturbances to the heart unless under direction of your physician. Do not use this device if you are pregnant, or suspect that you are pregnant, unless under the direction of your physician. If you have suspected or diagnosed heart disease, you should follow precautions recommended by your physician. If you have suspected or diagnosed epilepsy, you should follow precautions recommended by your physician. Use this device with caution if you have a tendency to bleed internally, such as following an injury or fracture. Consult with your physician prior to using this device after a recent surgical procedure, because stimulation accelerates the healing process