Revitive Dual Action Arthritis Knee Circulation Booster
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REVITIVE Arthritis-Knee Circulation Booster
With its unique 'DualAction' technology Arthritis-Knee uniquely combines foot & calf muscle stimulation with upper leg (thigh) stimulation so you can stay active and keep doing the things you love.
Drug-free, REVITIVE uses powerful, professional-strength electrical stimulation to get the muscles in your feet, and right up your leg through to your thigh, to contract and relax. This is achieved with its unique 'DualAction' system and Arthritis Mode Programme. REVITIVE Arthritis-Knee is the result of decades of clinical research into Electrical Muscle Stimulation. REVITIVE has been extensively tested by researchers at leading universities.
How to use
REVITIVE Arthritis-Knee is simple to use:
- 3 easy steps to alleviate symptoms of knee osteoarthritis (or following knee surgery):
- In a sitting position, place bare feet on the foot-pads or place Arthritis Pads on the thigh
- Switch on and set desired intensity level - using either remote control or by hand
How often do I need to use REVITIVE Arthritis-Knee?
To feel the benefits of Dual-Action Arthritis-Knee, use the foot-pads daily (typically 20-30 mins) and use the Arthritis Pads five times a week (typically 20 mins).
Always read the label. Use only as directed. Please see your doctor if symptoms persist.
Hazards and Cautions
REVITIVE is not suitable if you are:
- Fitted with a heart pacemaker or AICD
- Being treated for, or have symptoms of, an existing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)