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NEW! E3 Intense

Mobility and an active lifestyle are among the most important elements for our sense of wellbeing. But pain is one of the biggest barriers to stay active; it can really limit what you can do. OMRON’s E3 Intense Pain Reliever helps you to relieve your pain symptoms.


Portable and Intensive

The new OMRON E3 Intense is a Drug-Free Pain Reliever for back, shoulders, joints and muscles. Thanks to the large display the use of  the device is  easy and intuitive. It has a compact design so you can take it with you whilst out and about.




Personalize your treatment

  • The E3 Intense has pre-set programs for dedicated body zones: shoulders, back, joints, arm, legs, sole or feet.
  • Additionally you can choose between 3 soothing massage modes: tap, knead or rub.
  • Customize your treatment by adapting the intensity level of the program to a comfortable setting.


Drug-Free Pain Relief

OMRON’s  Pain Relievers help you to relieve your pain symptoms, drug-free.

It is based on TENS1) technology. It helps to:

  • Block the pain message
  • Stimulate the release of endorphins (=natural pain killers)
  • Improve the blood circulation (as result of repeated muscle contraction and muscle relaxation)

About TENS technology

TENS1) (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator) technology is a clinically proven technology to help relieve mild to moderate musculoskeletal pain. It has been widely used by many healthcare professionals, such as physiotherapists and pain specialists.

1)  M.  Johnson,  M.  Martinson.  Efficacy  of  electrical  nerve  stimulation  for  chronic  musculoskeletal pain:  a  meta-analysis  of  randomized  controlled  trials.  Pain  130,  2007,  p157-165

Do not use pain relievers with other devices like a pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic devices, together with a life-supporting medical electronic device such as an artificial heart or lung or respirator or with electronic medical devices attached to the body, such as electrocardiographs. Please consult the instruction manual before use.