how to use
PainPod M is a worldwide exclusive 2 in 1 ultra wearable device used for the relief of pain utilising latest advances in microcurrent painless treatment technology to accelerate recovery & reduce various pain symptoms.
Clip one Sock onto the M device.
Clip one Pad onto the wire Electrode.
Fit the Sock and apply Pad to the same leg so it is not touching the Sock.
Turn on the device with ON/OFF Switch.
If you want to activate BiStim push the Red Button once.*Note: you will not feel sensations unless the Bi-Stim is activated.
1 - If the device is beeping or you cannot feel the BiStim sensation, you can apply pressure to your foot by pressing against the floor.
2 -Moisturiser can also be applied to the foot area to help with conductivity. *Note Do not apply to the area the where Pad will be placed.
3 -Using two socks and one M: Not recommended - One Sock one M.
• Flashing Green light. Single Audible beep.
BiStim Treatment Booster ON
• Flashing Red light.
• Twin Audible beep.
Pads improperly connected
• Continuous Audible beep.
• Flashing Red /Green
• Steady Red light
• Steady Green light
The light indicators only work while the device is switched on. If BiStim Treatment Booster feels unusually weak PainPod may need charging.
We do not recommend using the PainPod M with the Foot Pads.
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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.