What are the TENS 3000 recommended settings? - Part 3

Here we have yet another grouping of TENS 3000 recommended settings; plus you can always go back and check our previous installments for further reference. As usual, bear in mind that these recommended settings are not written in stone, and that patients and doctors are encouraged to experiment and find a winning formula.
 
For mastectomy (right side) you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 260 pulse width and a 120hz pulse rate, adjusted to the highest comfortable level of intensity. A 24 hour session is applicable up till initial relief. Afterwards, apply for 15 minutes three times a day.  
 
For degenerative arthritis (cervical and lumbar) you should set your TENS unit on C 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 three times a day.  
 
 

 
For lateral rib cage pain you should set your TENS unit on C mode, with a 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 30 minutes three times a day.  
 
For herpes zoster neuralgia you should set your TENS 3000 unit on C mode, with a 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 30 minutes three times a day.  
 
For acute muscle and ligament tear (ankle) you should set your TENS unit on C 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 three times a day.  
 
For post-podiatric surgery 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 for the first four days. Afterwards, apply for 4 hours every day.
 
For post-op knee pain you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 100 to 150 pulse width and a 120hz 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.
 
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