Using the Advanced Foot Energizer at home to relieve tired achy feet

Relieve Tired Achy Feet

Using the Advanced Foot Energizer at home to relieve tired achy feetWe’ve all been there, perhaps in a job that requires us to be on our feet all day, or a full day of shopping that tires them out. Perhaps even wearing work shoes or high heeled shoes. At the end of the day we have tired achy feet and can’t wait to sit down and take our shoes off!

Doctors and physical therapists have been prescribing electrical muscle stimulation for decades to help revitalize muscles and relieve the pain we feel from normal day to day activities.  It is a safe and effective technology used to treat many types of pain without having to use drugs. Now you may even see advertisements with celebrities on TV for devices that are now readily available over the counter.

Until now, there has not been an easy-to-use, effective, safe, and FDA cleared electrical muscle stimulator and TENS machine available for use to relieve tired achy feet.

So, How Can I Relieve Tired Achy Feet?

relieve tired achy feet from wearing high heals or work shoes

With the Advanced Foot Energizer we have pulled together the best operating modes of both EMS and TENS so that you can experience that easy-to-use, safe and effective treatment with a specific focus on your feet and legs.

Designed with large foot shaped electrical conducting “sole” pads and a raised and tilted top, the Advanced Foot Energizer is easy to use while sitting at your desk, sitting at the table, or while relaxing and watching your favorite TV program. You just place your bare feet onto the two sole pads, turn the machine on, choose a “mode” and increase the “intensity” level to your liking.

It works very effectively for chronic pain like that associated with arthritis, for sore pain or aching muscles that are persistent, and is safe and drug free. It’s one of the most effective ways to relieve tired achy feet.

Energizing Massage Sensation

Mode like a shiatsu foot massage to relieve tired achy feet

Neuromusculare stimulation is a proven technology that includes both TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) and feels like a gentle tingling when you first turn it on.  As you increase the intensity the sensation can feel like a deep tissue massage or even like a “cupping” or “shiatsu” massage. You’ll soon relieve tired achy feet with these energizing and stimulating massage sensations.

For quick pain relief the Advanced Foot Energizer offers TENS modes that relieve painful joints and muscles in your feet and legs. There a 17 different programmed modes for TENS that each feel a little different and have a separate massage sensation.  Some of them are lightly soothing and some of them are deeper and feel more like a deep tissue massage.

For longer pain management and muscle conditioning the Advanced Foot Energizer offers powered EMS modes that actually help to improve and facilitate muscle performance.  This proven stimulation technology also offers pain relieving power while helping your muscles feel refreshed and renewed. There are 8 separate programed modes of EMS available including reflex points and kneading to pulling and pushing massages.

  • Relieve tired achy feet, sore and aching muscles
  • Improve and facilitate muscle performance
  • Energizing massage sensation
  • Proven stimulation technology
  • 25 Programed Massage Modes
  • 1- 99 Intensity Levels
  • EMS and TENS Technology
  • Available without a prescription

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin; practitioners believe this mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing. Suction is created using heat (fire) or mechanical devices (hand or electrical pumps). – Wikipedia

Shiatsu is a form of Japanese bodywork based on the theoretical framework of traditional Chinese medicine. In the Japanese language, shiatsu means “finger pressure”. Shiatsu techniques include massages with fingers, thumbs, and palms; assisted stretching; and joint manipulation and mobilization. – Wikipedia