One of the most commonly asked questions here at Stimrx is “What is the difference between TENS and EMS?” Most people assume that TENS and EMS are similar enough to be interchangeable. StimRx wants to make sure you know the differences in the two, and the importance of when to use each of the modes with our equipment. Both TENS and EMS devices use a power supply, lead wires and identical electrodes to supply the electrical impulses to the body. However, their purpose is quite different. Most machines offer both TENS and EMS programs to choose from. You can select not... read more
The device was banned by the United States Food and Drug Administration in 1970 as it was deemed to be potentially unhealthy and dangerous to the users.   The case went to court, and the United States District Court for the Central District of California held that the Relax-A-Cizor was a "device" within the meaning of 21 . § 321 (h) because it was intended to affect the structure and functions of the body as a girth reducer and exerciser, and upheld the FDA's assertions that the device was potentially hazardous to health.