The only biologically powered microcurrent bracelet in the world
Harnesses the power of the body's own electrolytes
No batteries or mains power required
Uniquely harmonised with BrodPod® advanced magnetic therapy
Nigel Broderick the award winning
British inventor responsible for the popularity of magnetic therapy bracelets has developed the world's first
multi therapy microTeNS® (microcurrent) bracelet.
Brod®TeNS is a
revolutionary breakthrough and the culmination of 20 years research and development.
Brod®TeNS is powered using the skin's natural electrolytes to help generate a safe healing
microcurrent. The tiniest electrical current measured in millionths of an amp can turn off pain,
operate vital organs and move muscles.
Microcurrent therapy is used
extensively by pain clinics and professional therapists to treat a wide range of medical conditions
The inventor describes it as:
"The Ultimate Health Bracelet - A one stop rejuvenation, maintenance and repair centre for
the whole body."
frequency TENS block the pain message from reaching the brain. Low frequency
microcurrents (as in Brod®TeNS)
operate at a cellular level to provide pain relief and stimulate healing.
Therapy bracelet featuring microTeNS® and magnetic therapy.
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You suffer a condition which the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness.
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