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Why Snap-On Electrodes Provide Better Electro Therapy of Muscles and Chronic Pain

Updated on September 24, 2013

Uplifting Therapies has launched a new line of electrodes called Snap-On Electrodes. This company has a solid reputation for only supplying the best quality, brand name over-the-counter drug store items, promising complete customer satisfaction.

This new brand of electrodes is intended to meet the needs of customers that own electronic acupressure machines, acupuncture machines and digital massager machines. They are suitable for all makes and models with the exception of Omron brand and TENS units.

There are several reasons why Snap-on Electrodes are so highly regarded. First, these pads are made with precision. They incorporate strong materials to ensure durability, while also being comfortable to wear.

The careful construction of these electrodes really elevates this brand above others on the market today. Generally, other electrodes are either manufactured using substandard materials or are designed in such a way that contributes to rapid deterioration of the pads.

These types of electrodes are a waste of money because they are unusable after one or two treatments.

Patients that require regular therapeutic use of a digital massager unit, acupuncture device or acupressure device often find that keeping the machine operational can be expensive. Not anymore!

Until recently, there have been very few viable alternatives that provide customers with exceptional value for the money. Snap on Electrodes has now filled that niche. Although these pads may cost less, they have the distinct advantage of the fact that they are re-usable many times over.

Combining quality construction with good adhesive properties has ensured that consumers receive many applications from these electrodes before replacement is needed.

Snap-On Electrodes are quite simple to use. They attach to the machine with snap on button connectors and then can be placed onto specific areas of the body that require relief from pain or discomfort.

The device should always be switched off before connecting the electrodes. Also, it’s important to make sure that the skin is properly prepped before attaching the pads.

Skin oils and dried skin cells will cause poor conductivity with the skin and cause the electrodes to loose their stickiness prematurely. In order to do this, the skin surface should be cleaned and dried.

First, dry, clean skin allows the electrode pads to form a close bond with the skin. This improves conductivity of the electric pluses.

Also, clean pads last longer so don’t touch your fingers on the stick side when removing them for the reasons stated above.

Snap-on Electrode placement is very important. In order to get the best results from the treatment, the electrodes should be placed nearby or on the area that is requiring treatment.

It’s important that the pads are only placed on healthy skin and they shouldn’t be closer than 3cm apart from each other. Obviously the optimum placement varies slightly between individuals, so you should try moving the pads around until you find the most comfortable position.

Even with daily use, if you look after your Snap-on Electrodes you can expect them to last approximately a month. They will last even longer if they are used less frequently.

This is an excellent value for the money considering that other re-usable electrodes on the market struggle to last for more than a couple of weeks of continual use.

Also, because they are sold in packs of eight, consumers have plenty of electrodes on hand for when they need them. They also come with eight skin preparation wipes to help properly prepare the skin for treatment.

Some individuals may experience some redness around the treatment area after therapy. This is completely normal with any electrodes and a sign of good adhesiveness between the skin and the pads.

Although unusual, if the redness persists or a rash develops it’s recommended that you discontinue treatment and consult a medical practitioner.

Snap-On Electrode pads are an excellent option if you want an affordable, high quality product.

You can learn more about these electrodes and Uplifting Therapies by visiting the official product website http://www.snaponelectrodepads.com.

You can also order Snap-On Electrode pads online from this site or from the company’s retail site on www.Amazon.com. Uplifting Therapies often have specials and they also provide significant discounts for bulk purchases.

There are several reasons why Snap-on Electrodes are so highly regarded. First, these pads are made with precision.

They incorporate strong materials to ensure durability, while also being comfortable to wear. The careful construction of these electrodes really elevates this brand above others on the market today.

Generally, other electrodes are either manufactured using substandard materials or are designed in such a way that contributes to rapid deterioration of the pads.

These types of electrodes are a waste of money because they are unusable after one or two treatments.

Patients that require regular therapeutic use of a digital massager unit, acupuncture device or acupressure device often find that keeping the machine operational can be expensive. Not anymore!

Until recently, there have been very few viable alternatives that provide customers with exceptional value for the money. Snap on Electrodes has now filled that niche. Although these pads may cost less, they have the distinct advantage of the fact that they are re-usable many times over.

Combining quality construction with good adhesive properties has ensured that consumers receive many applications from these electrodes before replacement is needed.

Snap-On Electrodes are quite simple to use. They attach to the machine with snap on button connectors and then can be placed onto specific areas of the body that require relief from pain or discomfort.

The device should always be switched off before connecting the electrodes. Also, it’s important to make sure that the skin is properly prepped before attaching the pads.

Skin oils and dried skin cells will cause poor conductivity with the skin and cause the electrodes to loose their stickiness prematurely. In order to do this, the skin surface should be cleaned and dried.

First, dry, clean skin allows the electrode pads to form a close bond with the skin. This improves conductivity of the electric pluses.

Also, clean pads last longer so don’t touch your fingers on the stick side when removing them for the reasons stated above.

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