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Fast facts about nerve pain:

  • Nerve pain can be associated with an underlying condition such as diabetes, sciatica, and shingles, but is often not associated with a particular disease.
  • Nerve pain can result from drugs used to treat conditions such as cancer.
  • It can be hard to figure out what to do for nerve pain.

What nerve pain may feel like:

  • Burning, pinpricks, or sudden shocks of electricity

How Quell can help

Studies have shown that high frequency intensive nerve stimulation is an effective option for treating various types of chronic pain.1

Quell is wearable technology that uses intensive nerve stimulation to provide widespread pain relief. It is designed to be worn on the calf, regardless of where you are experiencing pain, and stimulates your nerves in a way that is powerful enough to trigger the release of your body’s natural pain blockers. Pain is blocked at the spinal cord, which helps you feel widespread relief from your pain, not just relief in a specific part of your body.

Using Quell doesn’t eliminate the cause of your pain, and Quell is not a cure, but it can “turn down the volume” so you can reclaim your life. Quell is FDA cleared for 24/7 use and is user-friendly. You can easily wear it under your clothes. There is an optional smartphone app that you can use to control the device and track your therapy and your sleep.

Read more about the experiences with Quell of people with a specific type of nerve pain, diabetic neuropathy.

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1. Gozani SN. Fixed-site high-frequency transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for treatment of chronic low back and lower extremity pain. J of Pain Research 2016;(9):469-479.