How To Use HiDow?
Your HiDow device is engineered to recover muscle aches and provide muscle stimulation. Learn how to use it properly...
Chronic Pain Management
When something’s wrong, your body has its own way of signaling you to pay heed by sending pain signals.
Deep Tissue Massaging Tool
Those who choose to go to a massage therapist risks shelling out hundreds of dollars, as they perform classic methods to alleviate the pain...
Digital Pulse Massagers
TENS units are engineered to prevent pain signals from reaching the brain, whereas EMS units promote healthy muscles by...
PT & Home Workouts
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Electronic Pulse Massager
An electronic pulse massager is an incredible thing to have in the home. It’s known as Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) or Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) technology.
EMS Pain Management
Our body has a way of telling us that something’s wrong with pain signals. Whether it’s persistent or sudden, paying attention to the issue is important to prevent further damages.
The use of heating pads works to stimulate blood flow. It promotes healing while providing you the relaxation you seek. With HiDow’s heating pads, your body...
While TENS units are designed to interrupt pain signals, EMS units work to stimulate healthy muscles, improving and facilitating their performance.
Muscle TENS Machine
TENS uses low-voltage electrical pulses that have been around since the 1960s. This innovative technology is used to block pain signals that are sent to the brain and stimulates...
Specialized Pain Management
According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, around 100 million Americans experience pain every year. Astonishingly, more than half of them felt...
HiDow’s TENS Massagers is the latest innovation in muscle stimulation and therapy. Each product uses Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)...
How to Recover from Muscle Strains
Muscle strains are one of the most common sports-related injuries. Muscle strains result when a tear or excessive stretching occurs in the muscle tissue...