What is PainMaster & How does it work?
PainMaster is a revolutionary Micro Current Therapy (MCT) Patch that is drug free, non-invasive and proven to control pain and promote healing. Micro-Current Therapy is a process of supplying extremely low electrical current, similar to that found naturally in the body, to the affected pain area, where it can reach injured cells, potentially restoring and regenerating them to alleviate chronic pain.
- Completely self contained
- No electrical sensations (Not TENS)
- Works below sensory threshold
- Cumulative effect
- May assist in long term healing
- Battery lasts up to 300 hours
- Wear as required day or night for relief
- May help reduce reliance on pain medications
Micro Current Therapy by Painmaster May Provide Relief For:
The human body is electricity based.
Electricity made inside the body cells, using low levels of electric currents at one-millionth of an Ampere –called a micro-current– provides power for the body.
Injured cells resist the body’s natural micro-current. This causes the natural micro-current to take the path of least resistance around the area of injury rather that through it. This prevents the supply of blood, oxygen and vital nutrients to the injured cells, causing pain and retarding the healing process.
The micro-current device acts as an external battery
This sends the body’s natural micro-current through the area of injury. Therefore, the effectiveness of micro-current therapy stems from its ability to closely mimic the human body’s natural current. It acts at the cellular level to potentially accelerating the healing process.
“PainMaster has been a fantastic product for me. I have suffered with endometriosis for years and have had to put up with pain nearly every second week for both ovulating and period pain. I have had days where I haven’t been able to function. Since using the PainMaster I can carry on with my day with little or no pain at all. I also use it on my back. I’m in the car a lot and my back gets sore sitting for long periods of time. If I’m going to be traveling or sitting for any length of time I wear my PainMaster. Wear it out and/or to bed it’s great. I love the fact that I don’t need to take any drugs for my pain anymore. Great valuable for money! I highly recommend this product.” – Tracy Chamberlain, VIC
“I love this product. I use it on lower back pain and I find it resolves faster than I have ever noticed before.” – Sue Knox, VIC
“2 years ago I damaged my knee quite badly whilst skiing. My knees were never great anyway so being used to the pain in my knees whilst skiing I kept skiing for the day knowing that we were going home in 2 days and a white out coming the next day. I iced my knee for a day and drove home the day after. I limped for several weeks on it and then it seemed to recover a little.
Fast forward to 2017, my daughter and I were going back to the snow for a week and I was worried about my knee as it still gave me twinges of pain. So 3 weeks before we went I put on the painmaster which had come in my pack. I wore it everyday and took it off at night-time. I also ordered another two to take with me to the snow. At the snow every night I put one on each knee. I was skiing on day 4 thinking how good my knees have been when I thought back to never being able to ski 4 days in a row before. On day 6 when we skied and then went to night skiing, I was amazed that my knees didn’t seem to be painful at all. In fact I was skiing better because I didn’t have the normal pain in my knees that I get every time I ski.
When I went skiing in 2018 for 2 weeks this time I made sure I had 2 fresh PainMasters to take with me. Again I put them on every night, one of each knee and managed to ski 10 days in a row without a break, which I never would have been able to do before hand. We had a magnificent time at the snow and I told my husband I really couldn’t feel my knees whist we were skiing. I believe that PainMaster is a must for skiing. I certainly gave me more confidence with my skiing also as I wasn’t focused on taking it easy on my knees.” Judy Weaver, NSW