The PainPod Bio Belt is an alternative to PainPod pads.
Using the Bio Belt, the PainPod is ideal for treating large muscle groups and areas of pain. We recommend the Bio Belt as the perfect accessory when using the PainPod to treat musculoskeletal problems particularly concerning the lower back, hips, shoulder and knees.
You can also use your PainPod to help condition your muscles on the stomach, upper arms or legs.
The new-look PainPod Bio Belt includes a pouch over the electrode connectors to help protect the connectors and electrode wires.
PainPod Bio Belt comes with two adjustable straps for use on the torso or limbs as well as a pair of electrode wires and safety port adaptor.
The Bio Belt is the perfect accessory when using the PainPod for:
* Back Pain (Upper Back, Middle Back and Lower Back Pain)
* Knee Pain
* Arm or Leg Pain
* Period Pain or Stomach Pain
* Muskuloskeletal (Osteo) Problems
* Physical Therapy for Mobility Problems
* Recovery From Surgery or Trauma
* Sport Injury or Wear and Tear
The PainPod Perfect Conductor as the ideal complementary product to spray on your PainPod Bio Belt before use. The PainPod Bio Belt is also a great alternative to pads if you are unable to use the PainPod pads.
Your PainPod Bio Belt Comes With...
• PainPod Bio Belt (One size fits all.)
• 1 Pair of Electrode Wires
• 1 Short Velcro Strap
• 1 Long Velcro Strap
• 1 Safety Port Adaptor
PainPod Bio Belt is designed to be used with PainPod Multi-Mode devices and are not suitable for use with the PainPod Mi.
Contraindications: DO NOT use an electrotherapy device of any kind; • if you have a pacemaker or any kind of electronic implanted device • if you have a cochlear implant hearing device • on your torso if you are less than 37 weeks pregnant • if you have a severe heart disorder • if you suffer from epilepsy • if you already have DVT. Consult with your doctor before use if you are pregnant, prone to seizures, have cancer or are recovering from cancer. PainPod advanced physical therapy medical devices are listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods as ARTG Identifiers: 176131 and 288990. Always follow the PainPod instructions for use or as specifically directed by a healthcare professional. See Warning pamphlet for contraindications. If symptoms persist, consult a healthcare professional