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Butterfly Pad

2 in 1 pad, a single pad with a large gel area.

PainPod Lite Not Included.

Butterfly Pad

The Butterfly Pad is very easy to place, especially in hard to reach areas such as the lower back, thanks to being all in one. As the gel is separated and there are two studs, you simply attach both connections for your Electrode Wire, or Receiver and apply the pad to your skin as one piece. 

Use the Butterfly Pad for:

PainPod, Hidow and all compatible devices

Lower Back



above the Knees



Larger muscle groups


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Simple to apply/remove
Single Pad

Your Butterfly Pad comes with:

1 Butterfly Pad 16cmx10cm - each gel area is 8.5cmx7cm

Please Note: PainPod Pads are intended for single patient use only. By sharing pads, you are subjected to cross contamination. All electrode pads are disposable and should be replaced with a new set once they show wear and tear or if the sensations feel lower than usual. See FAQ’s for full details

Pads Estimated Usage Guide

PainPod Premium Pads approximate Use Per Pair
25-50 applications or 30-60hrs
PainPod EconoPads approximate Use Per Pair
30-60 applications or 40-60hrs

Butterfly Pad



Contraindications: DO NOT use an electrotherapy device of any kind; • if you have a pacemaker or any kind of electronic implanted device • if you have a cochlear implant hearing device • on your torso if you are less than 37 weeks pregnant • if you have a severe heart disorder • if you suffer from epilepsy • if you already have DVT. Consult with your doctor before use if you are pregnant, prone to seizures, have cancer or are recovering from cancer. PainPod advanced physical therapy medical devices are listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods as ARTG Identifiers: 312517 (PainPod 2, PainPod 3, PainPod M), 313498 (PainPod Heat), 288990 (Accessories) Bupa Provider Number: EP00109 NIB Provider Number: 10245680. Always follow the PainPod instructions for use or as specifically directed by a healthcare professional. See Warning pamphlet for contraindications. If symptoms persist, consult a healthcare professional. If you require more information, contact us today.