What are the TENS 3000 recommended settings? (Part 4)

This is the final chapter in our series of articles on recommended TENS 3000 settings. As always, we would like to remind you that these articles are for reference only; ask your doctor to help you set the proper settings for your particular case, as well as the electrode placement that best suits you.
 
For degenerative arthritis (knee pain) you should set your TENS unit on C mode, with a 220 pulse width and an 80hz 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 recurrent patellar subluxation you should set your TENS unit on C mode, with a 220 pulse width and an 80hz 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 a day. 

 
For low extremity pain (reflex sympathetic dystrophy) you should set your TENS unit on C or M mode, with a 160 pulse width and a 30 to 80hz 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 lower leg pain (diabetic neuropathy) you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 100 to 160 pulse width and a 60 to 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 upper extremity pain (reflex sympathetic dystrophy) you should set your TENS unit on C or M mode, with a 220 pulse width and a 30 to 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 ulnar nerve lesion 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 atypical face pain you should set your TENS unit on M mode, with a 260 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.