PerfectmamaTENS

The intensity of contractions varies from one expectant mother to another. In the third trimester, the uterus begins to prepare for delivery: the uterus begins to contract in the form of pre-contractions and practice contractions. Many pregnancies are supported with some form of pain management from this point forward.

Perfect MamaTENS provides pain relief from that point until delivery in a safe and effective way by drowning out the pain signals in the nerves in the back. In this way, a pregnancy proceeds with less pain and smoother.

Due to less pain during this period, it remains possible for the user to remain mobile. This ensures that the last weeks of pregnancy can be continued with less stress and helps with the descent and dilation during pregnancy. During labor you control the pain yourself by controlling the intensity of the device and the boost button for extra pain relief.

Childbirth TENS can also be used to relieve low back pain during the last 3 weeks of pregnancy, to relieve post-operative pain following caesarean section, perineal tear or episiotomy.

Product specificaties

  • Harmless to mother and child.
  • The large screen with backlight makes it easy to read the program and the intensity.
  • 2 channels with a single integrity control for ease of use during pregnancy.
  • 3 programs for specific periods during pregnancy and delivery.
  • Wide intensity range and boost functionality for extra pain relief during contractions.
  • Battery powered: the device can be used at home, on the road and in the hospital
  • Light and portable: can be operated and used while walking, lying or sitting.
  • Pain control and self-confidence: you keep control of the pain.
  • To be used in combination with other forms of pain relief.
  • Can also be used after childbirth to ease afterpains.

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TENS is the abbreviation of ‘Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation’. This treatment is based on the use of weak electrical pulses to alleviate pain

The TENS appliance is a handy small device with two cables that you attach to the electrodes. You apply these self-adhesive electrodes to your skin. The TENS appliance sends electrical pulses to the electrodes when then pass through the skin.

Important effects of TENS:

– disrupts the nerve transmission of pain, which reduces the pain you feel

– the brain stimulates the production of natural painkillers such as endorphins

– relaxes the muscles

TENS can be prescribed for both acute and chronic pain and pain syndromes. The therapy focuses on general pain signals.

TENS is used in applications including the following:
– Headache
– Lower back pain
– Neck and shoulder pain
– Limb pain
– Many forms of nerve pain
– Vascular pain
– Facial pain
– Phantom pain
– Gout and joint inflammation

Examples of acute pain situations in which TENS may be of use:
– Pain relief during childbirth (MamaTENS)
– Post chirurgical pain and post-traumatic acute pain
– Scar tissue pain
– Some fractures, such as broken ribs.

Nerve stimulation (TENS) does not have any short or long-term harmful physical effects. You must, obviously, comply with the safety instructions

TENS therapy has virtually no side effects. Skin irritation may occur due to an allergic reaction to the electrodes used with the appliance. Van Lent Systems has a very broad and large range of skin-friendly electrodes to combat skin irritation problems.

In some cases, the body may become accustomed to long-term daily use of nerve stimulation. This accustomization can result in lower production of endorphins.

Your healthcare insurer reimburses the full cost of a TENS appliance. Some healthcare insurers may deduct all or part of your excess from the reimbursement of the cost of the TENS appliance.

You need to carry out a trial period with the TENS appliance under the supervision of your medical specialist to qualify for reimbursement. Once the trial period has come to a successful conclusion the TENS appliance can be prescribed by a specialist recognized by the healthcare insurer, such as an anaesthesiologist, pain consultant, physiotherapist or revalidation specialist. You can send the application directly to us.

Your GP can refer you to a hospital or physiotherapist.

The trial period is often at least 2 weeks, although this varies between healthcare insurers. The trial period offers you an opportunity, under professional guidance, to see whether TENS therapy can alleviate your pain.

Yes, the consumables other than extra batteries and a charger are fully reimbursed.

PostNL delivers your TENS appliance (you need to sign for delivery).

If we receive your order before 15:00 we will send the consumables to you on the same day. Your order will be delivered within about 1 to 2 working days.

Wrap the case in several layers of paper or in a sturdy box. Make sure that your name and address are shown on the parcel. You go to the post office and send the parcel by PostNL (domestic/international parcel or signature for delivery). You pay the postage costs for the return of the appliance. Make sure that you keep your proof of posting receipt in a safe place!

Consult the user manual for troubleshooting tips. Have you been unable to solve the problem with your TENS appliance? If so, call our Customer Service department at 0412-640690. You can send your appliance to us for repair, citing the repair number (RMA) you receive from the Customer Service department during your telephone call.

Are you not in a position to contact us? If so, send your TENS appliance to us together with a letter explaining the problem. You can call us for all your questions during office hours. Obviously, you can also always send us an email with your question (info@vanlentsystems.com).

Would you like us to visit you to carry out the repairs? If so, please call us in advance so that we know that we can help you straight away.

You can reuse electrodes for between 7 and 10 days, depending on your skin type. We recommend that you store your electrodes in a cool place (for example, in a refrigerator).

What is TENS?

TENS is the abbreviation of ‘Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation’. This treatment is based on the use of weak electrical pulses to alleviate pain

How does TENS work?

The TENS appliance is a handy small device with two cables that you attach to the electrodes. You apply these self-adhesive electrodes to your skin. The TENS appliance sends electrical pulses to the electrodes when then pass through the skin.

Important effects of TENS:

– disrupts the nerve transmission of pain, which reduces the pain you feel

– the brain stimulates the production of natural painkillers such as endorphins

– relaxes the muscles

What can TENS be used for?

TENS can be prescribed for both acute and chronic pain and pain syndromes. The therapy focuses on general pain signals.

TENS is used in applications including the following:
– Headache
– Lower back pain
– Neck and shoulder pain
– Limb pain
– Many forms of nerve pain
– Vascular pain
– Facial pain
– Phantom pain
– Gout and joint inflammation

Examples of acute pain situations in which TENS may be of use:
– Pain relief during childbirth (MamaTENS)
– Post chirurgical pain and post-traumatic acute pain
– Scar tissue pain
– Some fractures, such as broken ribs.

Is nerve stimulation dangerous or harmful?

Nerve stimulation (TENS) does not have any short or long-term harmful physical effects. You must, obviously, comply with the safety instructions

Does TENS have any side effects?

TENS therapy has virtually no side effects. Skin irritation may occur due to an allergic reaction to the electrodes used with the appliance. Van Lent Systems has a very broad and large range of skin-friendly electrodes to combat skin irritation problems.

In some cases, the body may become accustomed to long-term daily use of nerve stimulation. This accustomization can result in lower production of endorphins.

Is the cost of a TENS appliance reimbursed?

Your healthcare insurer reimburses the full cost of a TENS appliance. Some healthcare insurers may deduct all or part of your excess from the reimbursement of the cost of the TENS appliance.

You need to carry out a trial period with the TENS appliance under the supervision of your medical specialist to qualify for reimbursement. Once the trial period has come to a successful conclusion the TENS appliance can be prescribed by a specialist recognized by the healthcare insurer, such as an anaesthesiologist, pain consultant, physiotherapist or revalidation specialist. You can send the application directly to us.

How can I contact a specialist who can prescribe this for me?

Your GP can refer you to a hospital or physiotherapist.

How long is the trial period?

The trial period is often at least 2 weeks, although this varies between healthcare insurers. The trial period offers you an opportunity, under professional guidance, to see whether TENS therapy can alleviate your pain.

Are the consumables reimbursed?

Yes, the consumables other than extra batteries and a charger are fully reimbursed.

Who delivers my TENS appliance?

PostNL delivers your TENS appliance (you need to sign for delivery).

How long does it take to deliver my orders of TENS accessories?

If we receive your order before 15:00 we will send the consumables to you on the same day. Your order will be delivered within about 1 to 2 working days.

I don't use my TENS appliance any more, how can I return it?

Wrap the case in several layers of paper or in a sturdy box. Make sure that your name and address are shown on the parcel. You go to the post office and send the parcel by PostNL (domestic/international parcel or signature for delivery). You pay the postage costs for the return of the appliance. Make sure that you keep your proof of posting receipt in a safe place!

What do i do if I have a problem with my TENS appliance?

Consult the user manual for troubleshooting tips. Have you been unable to solve the problem with your TENS appliance? If so, call our Customer Service department at 0412-640690. You can send your appliance to us for repair, citing the repair number (RMA) you receive from the Customer Service department during your telephone call.

Are you not in a position to contact us? If so, send your TENS appliance to us together with a letter explaining the problem. You can call us for all your questions during office hours. Obviously, you can also always send us an email with your question (info@vanlentsystems.com).

Would you like us to visit you to carry out the repairs? If so, please call us in advance so that we know that we can help you straight away.

How long can I reuse the electrodes?

You can reuse electrodes for between 7 and 10 days, depending on your skin type. We recommend that you store your electrodes in a cool place (for example, in a refrigerator).

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