What are the TENS 3000 recommended settings? (Part 2)

We continue to take a look at the most commonly recommended TENS 3000 settings for different body parts and types of pain. Once again we respectfully beseech you to remember that the success of these settings may vary depending on individual circumstances.
 
For low phantom limb (lower extremity) you should set your TENS unit on Constant mode (otherwise known as C mode) or Modulated mode (otherwise known as M mode), with a 160 to 200 pulse width and a 50 to 100hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A daily 24 hour session is applicable during the first week. Afterwards, apply for 30 minutes three times a day.
 
For bicipital tendonitis you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 150 to 160 pulse width and a 50hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable up till initial relief. Afterwards, apply for 30 minutes three times a day.  
 
 For temporal mandibular joint pain (TMJ) you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 220 pulse width and a 10hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable for the first two days. Afterwards, apply for 6 hours every day.

 
For reflex sympathetic dystrophy you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 100 to 150 pulse width and a 80 to 100hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable for the first four days. Afterwards, apply for 4 to 6 hours every day.
 
For trigeminal neuralgia you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 70 pulse width and a 100hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable up till initial relief. Afterwards, apply for 20 minutes three times a day.  
 
For chronic cervical strain you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 160 pulse width and a 30hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable for the first four days. Afterwards, apply for 4 to 5 hours every day.  
 
For chronic cervical spine pain you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 200 pulse width and a 10hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable for the first four days. Afterwards, apply for 4 to 5 hours every day.  
 
For cervical osteoarthritis you should set your TENS unit on C mode, with a 100 to 150 pulse width and a 100hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable up till initial relief. Afterwards, apply for 20 to 30 minutes every day.  
 
For unilateral cervical spine pain you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 100 pulse width and a 100hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable up till initial relief. Afterwards, apply for 30 minutes every day.