Quell 2.0 Wearable Pain Relief System
As I’ve previously shared, I have dealt with rheumatoid arthritis for years. For the most part, it is under control. However, after having surgery last spring, I wasn’t allowed to take my main medication. My back pain, always present, got much worse. That’s why I was excited to try the Quell 2.0 Wearable Pain Relief System; I’ve become a fan.
Quell 2.0 Wearable Pain Relief
A revolutionary, 100% drug free system, which uses prescription strength nerve stimulation to block chronic pain. Now even smarter, more powerful, and 50% smaller for all day comfort.
The system, which is FDA cleared for day/night use system allows you to address your pain without the need for drugs. When used with the Quell Relief App it delivers prescription strength neurotechnology that, according to a published study, results in 4 out five people seeing an improvement in chronic pain. More than that, the company notes that the more the Quell is used, the better the chance of pain relief.
Quell accomplishes this by sending neural pulses to the brain, triggering your body’s natural pain blockers to relieve chronic pain. And since everyone’s pain is unique, the Quell Relief app makes it easy to personalize therapy to your needs. After you calibrate Quell, you can start and stop therapy, adjust intensity, and track activity, sleep and pain from the app.
The Quell website offers a great deal of information regarding the technology used to deliver relief, the science behind it and the impact studies that show the product’s impact on pain reduction. Rather than merely repeating all of that information (which can be found here) I thought I would, instead, describe my experiencing using it for the past few weeks.
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