Drug free pain relief with Pain Gone

PAIN Gone is a remarkable new technology based on the age old principle of acupuncture and a technique known as Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation (TNS) to relieve pain suffered from a myriad of complaints.

Pain Gone is a handy, fats-working pen like device that fits neatly in a pocket or handbag. All you have to do is place the pen on the skin over the point of pain and click the red push-button 30 to 40 times. this stimulation sends a pulse to the brain that activates like the release of endorphins, your body’s natural defence against pain.

Unlike some pain relieving drugs, Pain Gone can be used as often as necessary without any side effects. Depending on the severity of pain, relief can be instant, or take several days before maximum benefits are achieved.

Tests conducted in Denmark, the place of origin, show that Pain Gone stops or relieves pain in 85 per cent of cases. Making Pain Gone a definite alternative to medication for significant relief from minor, chronic or acute pain such as back pain, headache, arthritis, aching muscles, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow and especially sports injuries such as pulled muscles or cramp.

Many users here in WA are delighted with the results of their Pain Gone pen. Local pennant squash player Brian Sweeney of Bullcreek who plays at least three days a week says: “I am heavily involved in playing squash. Recently, a deep muscle injury, which seemed difficult to remedy with conventional treatment, curtailed my playing for several weeks until I was given a Pain Gone pen to try.

“It immediately relieved the muscle spasm, and within a few days the problem had almost gone. 10 days later, I had no more trouble. I have since used Pain Gone whenever I have a problem. I can highly recommend the use of this fantastic little piece of equipment.”

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