Chronic pain is more than just pain

One in three Americans suffers from chronic pain1. Chronic pain is defined as pain lasting more than 3 months, and can interfere with your daily activities, impact your mood, and prevent you from sleeping soundly. Quell can provide widespread relief from chronic pain, and may be right for you.

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Reclaim what chronic pain has taken from you.

Living with chronic pain can be devastating. Even getting out of bed in the morning can be difficult. Pain affects all aspects of your life – your ability to work, to be in relationships with other people, to exercise, and to sleep. It can also produce feelings of depression and anxiety.

To achieve best results when treating chronic pain, experts recommend a multidisciplinary approach, which could include taking medications, getting enough sleep, staying active, and using new technologies such as Quell to find out what works best for you. Due to the nature of chronic pain, it may take several weeks to achieve results.

Learning about the various options you have to manage your chronic pain can be motivating and empowering. Don’t give up. We are here for you.

Now there's Quell.

Quell may provide pain relief when used to treat the following:


Quell is 100% drug free technology for managing chronic pain.

Quell is designed for people with back pain, arthritis pain, nerve pain and leg and foot pain. Quell is doctor recommended.

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“I had been suffering from extreme neuropathic pain… Since using Quell, I have had absolutely no significant discomfort nor pain… This is a fantastic product that is destined to change the lives of millions who suffer from chronic pain.”

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1. AAPM Facts and Figures on Pain. American Academy of Pain Medicine Web site. Accessed July 15, 2016.
* Poster Presentation at PAINWeek 2015 Scientific Sessions, September 10, 2015.