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I bought this belt to strengthen my stomach and back muscles. This unit has many programs in it. It is extremely powerful at the upper settings. The belt, with back unit, cost total $250.00 on the INTERNET.

It seems strange that the pain in my back has been lessened. I was just going for making my back and stomach muscles stronger so that I wouldn't fall over so much. I have L-4 to L-5 and L-5 to S1 injury that has always been painful in many ways. This injury has caused me to have weight in my stomach due to being unable to exercise that area at all.

I was given a tens unit several years ago, but the tens unit is weak compared to this Contour Unit. The front and back units work at the same time. I wasn't expecting to lose a few pounds either, but that comes with the territory.

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Stretch, What's the name or manufacture of this belt? I have suffered with back pain for almost 40 years. TENS units are weak for me too. Did you check our ebay for this belt? Thanks. Is the name of this Contour belt??

I bought this belt to strengthen my stomach and back muscles. This unit has many programs in it. It is extremely powerful at the upper settings. The belt, with back unit, cost total $250.00 on the INTERNET.

It seems strange that the pain in my back has been lessened. I was just going for making my back and stomach muscles stronger so that I wouldn't fall over so much. I have L-4 to L-5 and L-5 to S1 injury that has always been painful in many ways. This injury has caused me to have weight in my stomach due to being unable to exercise that area at all.

I was given a tens unit several years ago, but the tens unit is weak compared to this Contour Unit. The front and back units work at the same time. I wasn't expecting to lose a few pounds either, but that comes with the territory.

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The Tens unit I have is from frontier medical and is called tri-wave. This belt makes that tens look like nothing.

I found the site again. I bought the belt on some TV offer, but this site has the same one that I have. You don't need the disc with exercises on it, so you don't have to order the disc on the website (this disc has to do with dumbells). If you look at the back attachment it has two oblong tens patches about 5" x 2.75". The patches are close together on both sides of the spine. There are 4 of the patches on the back and four on the front.

They have patches to order, but I found out (others talking) you can moisten the patches with water and they are good as new. The patches keep their stickiness for about 30 times before they start to dry out then just put the water on them.

It starts out with pulses for warm up, and then wham it starts a gripping kind of in a downward motion pulling the muscles together the length of the patch (about 6"). When the motion routine first starts it kind of startling, but after that first startle it is really amazing. I didn't know there was anything like this. You can adjust the intensity up or down. I only run both sides at around 30%. There are 6 major programs in the unit, with about 5 frequences for each program.

The unit has 4 AAA batteries that comes with it. I use rechargable batteries and have only recharged them once in three week.

My Son works for UPS and he is amazed with it also. He is getting one for himself.

https://www.thecontour.com/Home/Store/AllPr...01/Default.aspx

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