I have disc problem, which contact is better for me, Hand Cylinders or TENS pads?

Because I want to get as close as possible to the site of the pain – my lower spine – Hand Cylinders would be too uncomfortable to use, so I opt for TENS pads. I apply one to my spine just above the location of the pain, and the other below it. This way, the signal will travel through the injured area. I connect the TENS cable to the high power output of my Boost because I like the amplitude to be under my control, and I can stop and change it if it's too high for me.

Or I could use the Colloidal Silver output instead. This delivers an attenuated signal that won't sting or tingle uncomfortably.

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