Back To BiowaveGo Tutorial

Shoulder Pain

BioWaveGO Pain Relief Pad placements are different from conventional electrical stimulation. The active electrical field forms beneath and surrounding each pad. As a result, pads need to be placed directly over specific locations of pain.

 

Pads must not touch each other:

 

• One inch is the minimum spacing between pads

 

• There is no maximum spacing between pads

Getting Started Video - Shoulder Treatment

 


 

AC Joint Pain

Place the first pad (left pad in the photo) on the front/top of the shoulder over the most painful area. Place the second pad over the edge of the shoulder blade, which is a comfortable location to receive stimulation. One inch is the minimum spacing between pads.

 

Pain in Two Locations or
Pain from Frozen Shoulder

Place one pad over the most painful location on the front or top of the shoulder. Place the second pad over the most painful location on the back or top of the shoulder. One inch is the minimum spacing.

 

Front Shoulder Pain

(Biceps Tendinitis)

Place the first pad on the front of the shoulder over the most painful area. Place the second pad over the edge of the shoulder blade, which is a comfortable location to receive stimulation.

 

Back Shoulder Pain
(Infraspinatus Strain)

Place the first pad over the primary location of pain (lower pad in example in photo). Place the second pad over the edge of the shoulder blade, which is a comfortable place to receive stimulation.

 

Rotator Cuff Pain

Place the first pad over the primary location of pain towards the outside of the shoulder as in the photo above. Place the second pad over the edge of the shoulder blade, which is a comfortable place to receive stimulation.

 

Trapezius Pain

Place the first pad (upper pad in the photo) directly over the single location of pain on the trapezius. Place the second pad (lower pad in the photo) over the edge of the shoulder blade, which is a comfortable place to receive stimulation.

 

Bilateral Trapezius Pain

(Pain in Two Locations)

Each pad is placed directly over the center of a painful location on each trapezius.