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iBelt - Pain Relief and Therapies Accessories - TENS Machines Accessories
iBelt - Pain Relief and Therapies Accessories - TENS Machines Accessories
iBelt - Pain Relief and Therapies Accessories - TENS Machines Accessories


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The iBelt works in the same way as an electrode. It receives electrical impulses from a TENS unit and stimulates the nerve endings across a wider surface area - relieving the symptoms of lower back pain fast and effectively.

The iBelt is perfect for those who struggle to place electrodes on their back. It is easily positioned and can be adjusted to suit your needs.

The iBelt can be used to treat various conditions including chronic back pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, sport injuries and general back ache and pain.

TENS unit is not included, however we recommend the iBelt as an accessory for the Touch TENS or Sports TENS 2 units.

Size: 110cm

NOTE: The iBelt is NOT compatible with the iTouch Easy, iTouch Plus or Boots TENS units.


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The iBelt uses conductive silver mesh electrodes to stimulate the muscles in your back. This is an effective alternative to using self-adhesive electrodes, especially for people who have difficulty applying electrodes to their backs or are sensitive to self-adhesive electrodes.

The iBelt is easily positioned, and its slim design allows the user to wear the wrap discreetly underneath clothing.

Key features of the iBelt include:

  • Fast and effective back pain relief
  • Improves mobility
  • Reduces backache
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Hand washable
  • Relieves arthritis, chronic back pain and other conditions
  • Best results when used with TensCare TENS and EMS units
  • Comes with a 3-month guarantee

We recommend the iBelt as an accessory for the Touch TENS or Sports TENS 2 units.

NOTE: The iBelt is NOT compatible with the iTouch Easy, iTouch Plus or Boots TENS units.

If you are in any doubt about any of these warnings please consult your medical adviser. 

Do Not Use TENS:

• If you have a heart pacemaker or have a heart rhythm problem.
TENS in the direct vicinity of a pacemaker may affect some models. If TENS is applied on the front of the neck this can affect your heart rate. Very strong TENS across the chest may cause an extra heartbeat.
• If you have epilepsy TENS may affect seizure threshold.
• During the first three months of pregnancy

It is not known whether TENS may affect foetal development.
• On the abdomen in the later stages of pregnancy.
 Stop using immediately if you experience unexpected contractions.
 • When driving, operating machinery, or similar actions needing fine control loose pads, damaged leads, or sudden changes in contact may cause brief involuntary muscle movements.
 • To mask or relieve undiagnosed pain may delay diagnosis of progressive condition.

 • Observe caution when using TENS at the same time as being connected to monitoring equipment with body worn electrode pads. 
It may interfere with the signals being monitored.
 • Strong electromagnetic fields (electrosurgery/microwave cookers/mobile phones) may affect the correct operation of this unit.
If it appears to behave unusually, move it away from these devices.
• Use caution following recent surgical procedures stimulation may disrupt the healing process.

Do Not place electrode pads:
 • On broken skin The pads could encourage infection.
 • On skin which does not have normal sensation.

If the skin is numb, too great a strength may be used, which could result in skin inflammation.
 • On the front of the neck
This could cause the airway to close, giving breathing problems. May cause sudden drop in blood pressure (vasovagal response).
• Over the eyes. May affect eyesight or cause headaches.
• Across the front of the head Effect on patients who have had strokes or seizures is not knownMay affect sense of balance. The effects of stimulation of the brain are unknown.
• Near malignant tumours In vitro experiments have shown that electricity can promote cell growth.

Do Not:
• Ignore any allergic reaction to the electrode pads.
If a skin irritation develops stop using TENS and try a different type of electrode. Alternative pads specially made for sensitive skin are available. Pads supplied have no measurable latex content.

Also Do Not :
• Immerse your TENS unit in water or place it close to excessive heatIt may cease to operate correctly.
• Attempt to open up the TENS unit. This will invalidate the guarantee.
• Mix old, new or different types of batteries.
• Use this device leads, electrodes, and accessories other than those recommended by the manufacturer. Performance may vary from specification and will invalidate the product warranty.

  • iBelt electrode for lower back (110cm)
  • 2 x connector plugs


TENS is effective for pain relief from a ide range of causes. TENS machine can be used to help reduce pain from problems in muscles, joints nad nerves. It can be also used for people with musculoskeletal pain such as long- term (chronic) back pain or knee joint arthritis. They are also often used for pain relief in the early stages of labour (see maternity TENS), particularly whilst a pregnant woman remains at home. Other uses include migraine headaches, period pain (see Ova+) and sports injuries.

You can use low frequency (<10 Hz) programmes on acupuncture points, to achieve similar effects to acupuncture.

TENS machines can be used alone for pain relief or be combined with other treatments. You can safely use TENS as long as it gives you pain relief. The effect may wear off after a few hours (this is called “accommodation”). If this happens, take a break of an hour or so before trying again.