The MicroCare Acu-Pen is an electronic acupuncture pen which detects the acupuncture points and stimulates them without piercing the skin. The MicroCare Acupuncture Pen is a dual-purpose hand held device for personal healthcare use that provides an acupuncture point locater function with an audio signal as well as electrical low current stimulation of acupuncture points. (In this way it is simular to the Stimplus or Stimplus Pro.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
This Acupuncture Pen emits a low-intensity electric currrent (micro current) to stimulate the acupuncture points. This method is very simple, clean, painless, gentle and ideal for people who are sensitive to traditional acupuncture needles. Duration of treatment and intensity of stimulation is individually adjustable and therapy is conducted by the touch of a button. Using the provided diagrams to determine the location of an acupuncture point, scan the spot with the Acupuncture Pen to find the exact location, then depress the button to activate. This technique enables even lay people to locate the relevant points.
Audio & Visual Acupoint Detection Indicator
Audio & Visual Intensity Indicator
Adjustable Timer for treatment duration
Micro Current Therapy
23CR2032 Batteries included
CE mark and ISO 9002 Certified
For customers who are familiar with the Stimplus by Body Clock, this is a similar product and the design looks very much like the Stimplus Pro but the MicroCare Tech Acupuncture Pen is a different device, although the same results can be obtained.
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