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foot pad

how to use

foot pad at a Glance

01

Conductive Area

02

Electrode Connector

When used with our multi-mode devices the PainPod Foot Pads are designed to provide deep soothing sensations, relieving you from sore, aching and tired feet. Use your Foot Pads in the morning to activate your muscles and in turn boost circulation before you get moving, or after a long day or workout to help your muscles recover.

Please take the time to read this instructions and all other information leaflets included with this device.

01

Insert the electrode wires into ports 'A' and 'B'and allocate corresponding channel.

02

Insert one electrode wire prong into each Foot Pad.

03

Place one foot on each Foot Pad in close proximity but not touching.

04

Switch on the unit using the 'ON/OFF' switch.

05

Select the preferred mode and intensity to a comfortable level.

Tips

01 - To help with conductivity and feeling the sensations you can apply pressure onto the Foot Pads.

02 - You can also spray some Perfect Conductor or water on your Foot Pads to help with the conduction and sensations.

warning

• Apply the Foot Pads only to clean feet.
• Do not apply over open wounds or over swollen or infected areas.
• Never use the Foot Pads while driving or sleeping. Always remain seated throughout application.
• The Foot Pads should only be used with PainPod multi-mode devices.

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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: 176131 and 288990. 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.