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12-month warranty

Professionally endorsed

AU Registered Medical Device
12-month warranty
Same day dispatch
Professionally endorsed

Small Interchange Bundle

$39.97

The Small Wing iTENS is orange and specifically designed to grip and move easily on small to medium-sized application areas. This flexible and rotational wing gives a full range of motion for hips, abdominal, neck, knee, elbow, wrist and hands. The bundle gives you both the wing and gel at a discounted price.

Wearable and Discreet

Wearable and Discreet

Revolutionary

Revolutionary

Long Lasting Gel Pads

Long Lasting Gel Pads

Fully Compatible

Fully Compatible

Chronic Back Pain Alleviation

Chronic Pain Alleviation

Faster Pain Relief

Faster Pain Relief

93%

of existing TENS users prefer iTENS

91%

reported reduced pain
within 10 minutes of application

What's In The Box?

  • 1 x Small G2 Wings with laser printed silver conductive surfer (14cm x 4.4cm)
  • 3 x sets of Small reusable and replaceable gel pads
    (45 – 60 applications in total)
  • Compatible with all iTENS devices
  • iTENS gel pads are hypoallergenic
  • TENS device sold separately

Treatment Areas & Conditions

Treatment Areas

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Forearms

Treatment Conditions

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Diverticulitis
  • Endometriosis or pelvic pain

Treatment Areas

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Forearms
  • Elbows
  • Hands
  • Abdominal
  • Gluteal
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Feet

Treatment Conditions

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Diverticulitis
  • Endometriosis or pelvic pain
  • Epicondylitis
  • Epicondylitis or tennis elbow
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Intercostals Neuralgia
  • Labour pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Peripheral Nerve Injury
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Reynaud’s Syndrome
  • Rheumatoid arthritis

* Some treatment conditions depend on the pain location.

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All About Tens

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It is a non-invasive, drug-free pain relief method used for symptomatic relief and management of chronic intractable pain. Transcutaneous means “across the skin”, and TENS relieves pain by sending tiny electrical impulses to underlying nerve fibres through electrodes placed on or near the area of pain or pressure point.

Two Ways a TENS Device Can Control Pain
The frequency of the impulse emitted from your TENS device will…

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It is a non-invasive, drug-free pain relief method used for symptomatic relief and management of chronic intractable pain. Transcutaneous means “across the skin”, and TENS relieves pain by sending tiny electrical impulses to underlying nerve fibres through electrodes placed on or near the area of pain or pressure point.

Two Ways a TENS Device Can Control Pain
The frequency of the impulse emitted from your TENS device will determine the type of pain relief that you experience. There are two main groupings of frequencies used in TENS:

  • Motor Level Stimulation at low frequencies (<10 Hz) – low frequencies will stimulate the body to release natural pain-killing chemicals into the bloodstream to help the user feel better. Low frequencies will take longer to have an effect but will last longer once the TENS device is removed.
  • Sensory Level Stimulation at high frequencies (>50 Hz) – high frequencies are what is known as pain gating. This is the body sending electrical impulses up the spine instead of pain signals whereby masking the pain. High frequencies are fast-acting; however, the effect will tend to diminish quicker once the TENS device is removed.

The iTENS Pre-Set Programs
All iTENS pre-set programs are modulated, which means they utilise both low and high frequencies in the same treatment session. This allows the user to benefit from both at the same time. Modulating programs and slight movement of placement will ensure that the body does not build up resistance to the TENS treatment.

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HOW TO USE YOUR iTENS MACHINES

Always make sure to follow the iTENS instructions that come with your TENS device (note that they are also stored in the app). But in general, kindly follow these directions for use:

  1. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the area where you want to apply the pads. Let your skin dry, and make sure there are no cuts, grazes or irritations on the area.
  2. Place the 2 x silver electrode areas of the wing on either side of the pain area.

Always make sure to follow the iTENS instructions that come with your TENS device (note that they are also stored in the app). But in general, kindly follow these directions for use:

  1. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the area where you want to apply the pads. Let your skin dry, and make sure there are no cuts, grazes or irritations on the area.
  2. Place the 2 x silver electrode areas of the wing on either side of the pain area.
  3. Choose either body part or condition to determine which program the device will run on. Alternatively, you may also create your own personal program.
  4. Switch on the iTENS machine using your fingernail and slowly turn it up until you feel a tingling sensation. It should feel quite strong but not uncomfortable. The sensation will drop slightly after a few minutes – this is called accommodation – and when this happens, turn the machine up a little and then leave it at that setting for the rest of your session. Make sure not to turn it up too high, as this can over-stimulate the area. There should be no muscle contractions at any point while you are using your machine.
  5. At the end of the session, turn the device off using your fingernail and disconnect the wing by pulling it away from the middle section. Try to avoid touching the gel with your fingers, as they can wear out faster. Clean your skin with mild soap and water.
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Peel N' Stick Gel

Peel n' Stick Gel

Place On Pain Site

Place on pain site

Launch iTENS App

Launch App

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Multi Pain Point Package

$307.00 $259.00

Small Wing Kit

$149.00 $119.00

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What’s In The Box?

  • 1 x Small G2 Wings with laser printed silver conductive surfer (14cm x 4.4cm)
  • 3 x sets of Small reusable and replaceable gel pads
    (45 – 60 applications in total)
  • Compatible with all iTENS devices
  • iTENS gel pads are hypoallergenic
  • TENS device sold separately

Treatment Areas & Conditions

Treatment Areas

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Forearms

Treatment Conditions

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Diverticulitis
  • Endometriosis or pelvic pain

Treatment Areas

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Forearms
  • Elbows
  • Hands
  • Abdominal
  • Gluteal
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Feet

Treatment Conditions

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Diverticulitis
  • Endometriosis or pelvic pain
  • Epicondylitis
  • Epicondylitis or tennis elbow
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Intercostals Neuralgia
  • Labour pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Peripheral Nerve Injury
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Reynaud’s Syndrome
  • Rheumatoid arthritis

* Some treatment conditions depend on the pain location.

Read More
Read Less

All About Tens

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It is a non-invasive, drug-free pain relief method used for symptomatic relief and management of chronic intractable pain. Transcutaneous means “across the skin”, and TENS relieves pain by sending tiny electrical impulses to underlying nerve fibres through electrodes placed on or near the area of pain or pressure point.

Two Ways a TENS Device Can Control Pain
The frequency of the impulse emitted from your TENS device will…

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It is a non-invasive, drug-free pain relief method used for symptomatic relief and management of chronic intractable pain. Transcutaneous means “across the skin”, and TENS relieves pain by sending tiny electrical impulses to underlying nerve fibres through electrodes placed on or near the area of pain or pressure point.

Two Ways a TENS Device Can Control Pain
The frequency of the impulse emitted from your TENS device will determine the type of pain relief that you experience. There are two main groupings of frequencies used in TENS:

  • Motor Level Stimulation at low frequencies (<10 Hz) – low frequencies will stimulate the body to release natural pain-killing chemicals into the bloodstream to help the user feel better. Low frequencies will take longer to have an effect but will last longer once the TENS device is removed.
  • Sensory Level Stimulation at high frequencies (>50 Hz) – high frequencies are what is known as pain gating. This is the body sending electrical impulses up the spine instead of pain signals whereby masking the pain. High frequencies are fast-acting; however, the effect will tend to diminish quicker once the TENS device is removed.

The iTENS Pre-Set Programs
All iTENS pre-set programs are modulated, which means they utilise both low and high frequencies in the same treatment session. This allows the user to benefit from both at the same time. Modulating programs and slight movement of placement will ensure that the body does not build up resistance to the TENS treatment.

Read More
Read Less

HOW TO USE YOUR iTENS MACHINES

Always make sure to follow the iTENS instructions that come with your TENS device (note that they are also stored in the app). But in general, kindly follow these directions for use:

  1. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the area where you want to apply the pads. Let your skin dry, and make sure there are no cuts, grazes or irritations on the area.
  2. Place the 2 x silver electrode areas of the wing on either side of the pain area.

Always make sure to follow the iTENS instructions that come with your TENS device (note that they are also stored in the app). But in general, kindly follow these directions for use:

  1. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the area where you want to apply the pads. Let your skin dry, and make sure there are no cuts, grazes or irritations on the area.
  2. Place the 2 x silver electrode areas of the wing on either side of the pain area.
  3. Choose either body part or condition to determine which program the device will run on. Alternatively, you may also create your own personal program.
  4. Switch on the iTENS machine using your fingernail and slowly turn it up until you feel a tingling sensation. It should feel quite strong but not uncomfortable. The sensation will drop slightly after a few minutes – this is called accommodation – and when this happens, turn the machine up a little and then leave it at that setting for the rest of your session. Make sure not to turn it up too high, as this can over-stimulate the area. There should be no muscle contractions at any point while you are using your machine.
  5. At the end of the session, turn the device off using your fingernail and disconnect the wing by pulling it away from the middle section. Try to avoid touching the gel with your fingers, as they can wear out faster. Clean your skin with mild soap and water.

Read Less
Read More

Ease your pain in three easy steps!

Peel N' Stick Gel

Peel n’ Stick Gel

Place On Pain Site

Place on pain site

Launch iTENS App

Launch App

Best Sellers


iTENS TENS Machine Multi Pain Point Package

Multi Pain Point Package

$307.00 $259.00



iTENS Small Wing Kit package

Small Wing Kit

$149.00 $119.00

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Ankle Tendonitis

Inflammation in the tendons that run along your outer ankle bone and the side of your foot.

Bursitis

Inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs that cushion joints.

Carpal tunnel syndrome

A common condition that causes numbness, tingling, and pain in the hand and forearm.

Causalgia

Severe burning pain in a limb caused by injury to a peripheral nerve.

Chronic pelvic pain

Pain in the area below your bellybutton and between your hips that lasts six months or longer.

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Nerve damage caused by chronically high blood sugar and diabetes.

Diabetes-related neuropathy

Damage to the nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body.

Diverticulitis

The infection or inflammation of pouches that can form in your intestines.

Endometriosis or pelvic pain

Tissue that lines a woman's uterus, growing outside of the uterus.

Epicondylitis

A condition in which the forearm muscles become damaged from overuse.

Epicondylitis or tennis elbow

A condition that occurs when tendons in your elbow are overloaded, usually by repetitive wrist and arm motions.

Facet Syndrome

A condition in which the facet joints (also termed zygapophyseal joints) of the spine become a source of pain.

Fibromyalgia

Aching and pain in muscles, tendons, and joints all over the body, especially along the spine.

Frozen Shoulder

Also called adhesive capsulitis, involves stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint.

Intercostals Neuralgia

Nerve pain that affects the area below your ribs and can be caused by several different conditions.

Ischialgia

Commonly also known as “sciatica” is radiating nerve pain in the hip area.

IVD Syndrome

Intervertebral disc or disc fragments are displaced at any level of the spine: lumbar, cervical, or thoracic.

Labour pain

During labour, pain is caused by the contraction of the uterus muscles and by pressure on the cervix.

Low back pain

Pain resulting from a strain (injury) to muscles or tendons in the back.

Lumbago

Pain in the lower (lumbar) portion of the back.

Low back pain

Pain resulting from a strain (injury) to muscles or tendons in the back.

Lumbago

Pain in the lower (lumbar) portion of the back.

Lumbosacral Pain Radiculitis

A disorder that causes pain in the lower back and hip which radiates down the back of the thigh into the leg.

Multiple Sclerosis

A chronic disease that affects the central nervous system, which is the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.

Neuropathy Pain

Neuropathic pain can happen if your nervous system is damaged or not working correctly.

Osteoarthritis

Disease of the joints.

Peripheral artery disease

“Hardening of the arteries” that circulate blood to the body.

Peripheral Nerve Injury

Nerve damage located in the peripheral nerves. Often causes weakness, numbness and pain, usually in the hands and feet.

Plantar fasciitis

A condition that causes pain on the bottom of the heel.

Post Surgical Pain

Considered a form of acute pain due to surgical trauma with an inflammatory reaction.

Reynaud’s Syndrome

Spasms in small blood vessels located in your fingers and toes.

Rheumatoid arthritis

An autoimmune and inflammatory disease, where your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body.

Sciatica

Nerve pain from an injury or irritation to the sciatic nerve, which originates in your buttock/gluteal area.

Spinal cord injury

Damage to the spinal cord that results in a loss of function, such as mobility and/or feeling.

Synovitis

When the synovium of a joint becomes inflamed (swollen).

Tendinitis

An inflammation or irritation of a tendon.

Tendonitis

When a tendon swells (becomes inflamed) after a tendon injury.

Thoracodynia

Pain in the chest.

Thrombophlebitis

Swelling (inflammation) of a vein.

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