Oxygenation, and Pain: Searching for a Physiological Mechanism

TENS, or Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, is a widely recognized method for pain management. It operates on the principle of disrupting pain signals by sending low-voltage electrical currents to the skin near the source of pain. Recently, a modulated version of this treatment has gained attention. Modulated TENS differs in that the electrical currents alter in intensity an...
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