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HoMedics iheal Pain Relief

The iheal from HoMedics is a safe and convenient pain relief device used by physiotherapists, and clinically proven to provide up to 30% faster healing. At only 38mm long, it can be worn inconspicuously for up to ten hours at any one time under clothing. The iheal uses pulsed electro-magnetic field (Pulse Electro Magnetic Field) waves to stimulate the body's natural healing process. It's a convenient and safe class IIA certified medical device, offering fast and effective relief from pain, soft tissue injuries, arthritis, RSI, carpal tunnel, muscle strains, sports injuries and inflammation. The iheal uses Pulse Electro Magnetic Field therapy to encourage healing. It sends painless pulsed magnetic energy waves similar to the body's natural signals, deep into the body's tissue and bone. This induces weak electrical signals inside the body and increases blood flow to the treated area. This dramatically reduces cellular regeneration for faster healing. This will support your body's natural metabolism stimulating the repair of damaged tissues. It's ideal for use at any time, day or night and can even be used whilst sleeping. Featuring a long battery life, it's very easy to use and is recommended to be used every day. Batteries required: 2 Li-Ion (not included). For ages 16 years and over.

Sold by: Argos
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Brand: HoMedics
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Product Category: Health and beauty: Health and wellbeing
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Current price: £32.99

Most recent price change was on
Friday 3 July 2015

Was £49.99
Down by 34%
Saving £17.00

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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Saturday 9 August 2014. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £32.99 (first seen on Friday 3 July 2015) and the highest price it has sold for is £49.99 (first seen on Saturday 9 August 2014).

The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £49.99.

This product has changed price twice since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 1.

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