Let me tell you about tens
that it is the abbreviation of "Trans cutaneous Electrical Nerve
Stimulation". This is being used as a pain killing modality at a Physiotherapy
clinic/ unit. This works on the basis of "Pain gate theory" mechanism which a Professional Physiotherapist would be knowing much better. Hence it is always advisable to consult a Physiotherapist near by you regarding how to operate this machine for you. Cervical Spondylosis
is one of the most common conditions found by any Physiotherapist. Along with TENS there are several other modalities/treatment techniques available in a Physiotherapy clinic. You can find Physiotherapist who is certified on "manual therapy techniques", "Myofascial release
techniques". These hands on manual techniques would definitely help you.
Wish you a good health soon