The Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment  is happy to announce a new partnership program with MedFaxx, Inc.   MedFaxx is one of the oldest electrotherapy companies in the U.S.   Specializing in pain management using electrotherapy devices such as tens units, and the new combination tens and interferential therapy unit, - video on Infrex Plus.    MedFaxx has specialized in helping patients in chronic pain since 1977 and continues to do so.

      For every tens unit, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator, sold MedFaxx will contribute $50 to the GJCAE.  For every Infrex Plus combination tens and interferential unit sold MedFaxx will donate $100 the the GJCAE.   The donation does not apply to Medicare/Medicaid patients.

    The Board of MedFaxx is happy to be part of the GJCAE efforts to raise levels of self confidence and self esteem in youth with arts programming.

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Video on General Tens Electrode Placement For Pain Syndromes & Specific Electrode Placement Video Links For Shoulder Pain, Neck Pain, Sciatica Pain, Low Back Pain Electrode Placement Print E-mail

  This video gives the patient and clinician a general knowledge of what is necessary to determine where to put interferential or tens electrodes for treating pain.  The video is an overview of the goals and reasoning behind electrode placement for most pain syndromes and can be used as a general guide to tens electrode placement.

 



   Following this video, below video below,  is a list of videos MedFaxx has for specific electrode placement using the tens or interferential mode of the Infrex Plus unit for specific pain conditions such as sciatica, shoulder pain, neck pain, elbow pain and more.



 

  Click here to watch video on electrode placement for neck pain.

   Click her to watch video on electrode placement for foot, ankle, elbow, lower arm pain

   Click here to watch video on electrode placement for knee pain

   Click here to watch video on electrode placement for low back pain.

   Click here to watch video on
electrode placement for shoulder pain.

   Click here to watch video on how to treat two distinct areas of pain such as low back pain and radiating sciatica. 

 



 

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