Compex TENS/HEAT Back Wrap

Compex TENS/HEAT Back Wrap
Compex TENS/HEAT Back Wrap
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TENS/HEAT Back Wrap by Compex
You might say it's all from the need to slightly adjust your bike fit, but to be honest you know you can end up with a sore back from lots of things that may not even involve wheels. Whether recovering from training or recovering from day-to-day stressors, the TENS/HEAT Back Wrap from Compex can help you feel better faster. From its choice in heat levels that aim to help your overworked muscles relax to its TENS programs (8 to be exact) that stimulate your nerves in order to reduce pain and promote circulation, this product has plenty of options to help you feel better--and enjoy the process. Its wireless design allows you to move around throughout your treatment, and allows you to find a position of comfort without getting tangled in pesky wires. The touch screen lets you easily start, stop and adjust the treatment, including customizing the intensity of the heat or stimulation.

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SKU: CPM000C
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