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Electronic Pulse Massager with Six Modes

$25.99 for a Santa Medical Electronic Pulse Massager with Six Modes ($59.95 List Price). Free Shipping and Returns.

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Questions and Answers 20 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Are the pads on this device reusable and if not, how often do they have to be replaced and how much are replacement pads?

Jason F.  asked on  May 13, 2013

A:

The self adhesive on these pads works for about 4-8 uses. You would need replacement Santa Medical 2 x 2 pads, which could be found online, and pricing would vary.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 14, 2013

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Is this the same type of instrument they use at chiropractic offices? And do the instructions specify the mode and or pulse rate to use for treatment of certain areas?

Crystal L.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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It is not the same type of instrument used at chiropractic offices. The unit comes with a manual. However, you should consult your doctor if you have questions regarding proper placements for certain results. Yes, the instructions specify the mode and/or pulse rate to use for certain areas.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 17, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

What is the exact return policy for the Santa Medical electronic pulse massager? Thank you for your response.

Joanne F.  asked on  May 18, 2013

A:

This item is eligible for free returns. You can read about our return policy here.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 18, 2013

Q:

Where are the "dorsal fins" located on a human? It is in your description,.

Peggy A.  asked on  May 18, 2013

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I am sorry for the confusion! That was just a bit of Groupon humor.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 18, 2013

Q:

Can you operate just two of the connectors or do you have to operate all four at the same time?

mary p.  asked on  May 17, 2013

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You can operate just two pads at a time if you prefer.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 17, 2013

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Does the unit come with an instruction book on placing the pads for different problems?

Kristin B.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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Yes, this unit comes with a manual. To inquire about proper placement for certain problems, please consult your doctor.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 17, 2013

Q:

Is this the same type of instrument they use at chiropractic offices? And do the instructions specify the mode and or pulse rate to use for treatment of certain areas?

Crystal L.  asked on  May 15, 2013

A:

It is not the same type of instrument used at chiropractic offices. The unit comes with a manual. However, you should consult your doctor if you have questions regarding proper placements for certain results. Yes, the instructions specify the mode and/or pulse rate to use for certain areas.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 17, 2013

Q:

I understood you to answer that it is not strong enough to use for muscle building as a tens. Is that correct?

Paul V.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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Yes, that is correct. It is not strong enough for this purpose.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 17, 2013

Q:

Will the pads from an Empi Select model TENS fit in this LFM-110 model? I cannot find this info on the Santa Medical website.

e c.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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I'm very sorry, but the pads from that listed model have not been tested with this device. Replacement pads can be purchased from the Santa Medical website.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 17, 2013

Q:

Since it is similar to a TENS unit, does it require a prescription?

Elizabeth R.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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A prescription is not required in order to use this device.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 16, 2013

Q:

Can this unit be used for someone who has a metal device (hip replacement) in their body?

Susan O.  asked on  May 15, 2013

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We suggest consulting with your doctor prior to purchasing this item.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 16, 2013

Q:

What is the website to order more pads?

Lawanda M.  asked on  May 16, 2013

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They can be purchase from the manufacturer or from various online retailers. We suggest using your preferred search engine (Google, Bing, etc.) to search for pad pricing.

Patrick S.  from  Self  replied on  May 16, 2013

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