TENS/EMS for Pain Relief & Pain Management

Pain relief when you need it most, the Combo range is Australia’s ultimate TENS device.

Reduces the pain you feel when suffering from acute or chronic pain

Promotes your body’s natural pain relieving hormones (endorphins)

Ideal for relieving painful conditions, toning and massaging

So how does it do all this? Let’s see if we can answer all your questions right here and now.

This learn section provides you with a quick overview of the key benefits and features of the Combo range and what makes it different from other TENS/EMS devices on the market.

Skip through to the features and benefits of our Combo range to learn more about what it can do to manage your pain and stimulate your muscles to aid recovery.

Chronic or ongoing pain can affect any part of the body, most commonly the back, neck, knee, and shoulder. Our 3 in 1 Combo TENS and EMS machines help with managing pain, rehabilitation from injury and improving muscle performance. Providing an effective, safe, drug free option to pain relief and muscle recovery.

Our range of 3-in-1 Combo devices have three functions: TENS, EMS, and MASSAGE.

TENS helps relieve chronic nerve, muscle or joint pain. Use the TENS programs to help treat a range of issues. This includes back pain, shoulder pain and tension release, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, neck pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, acute sprains or strains, post operative pain, migraine, and general pain relief.

EMS The Combo EMS contracts and relaxes the muscle which will relieve inflammation by improving blood flow and to build strength during rehabilitation after injury or surgery forcing muscles to fire when an injury may prevent you from using these muscles naturally. By keeping these muscles engaged so you can return to normal activity and performance sooner, preventing atropy of the muscle.

The Combo range can be used for toning and strengthening all muscle groups for athletic training, bodybuilding and sports injuries, after pregnancy, weight loss, cosmetic purposes, chronic back pain and incontinence

MASSAGE stimulation program provides muscle relaxation to loosen tight muscles. This is very similar to TENS and EMS as explained above, except the treatment consists of delivering electrical impulses to relax muscles and decrease stress.

By combining TENS, EMS, and MASSAGE functions within the one convenient and portable device, our 3-in-1 Combo units ensure the right treatment at the right time to aid a faster recovery.

"If I get muscle pains, Elle TENS is the way to go and I would recommend it to anyone" - Manu Feildel

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Here is some more information on the features of the Combo range:

The 3-in-1 Combo + has 22 programs:

The 3 in 1 Combo Elite has 66 programs:

The 3 in 1 Combo has 22 programs:

Frequently Asked Questions

TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and it provides drug-free pain relief by sending low level electrical impulses through electrodes or pads placed on your skin to relieve pain. TENS can be used for all sorts of pain and aims to relax your muscles, increase blood circulation and help the body to produce endorphins.
EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation, and it is a device that sends electrical impulses to muscles, causing them to contract and relax. This process can help improve muscle strength, endurance, and recovery.

Don’t worry, you can buy the Combo without a prescription, but it’s always great to chat with a healthcare professional about your situation and the pain you want to manage.

For insurance rebates you may need a letter from your healthcare professional to support the use of the TENS machine, best to check in with your health provider.

The Combo can be used in a wide range of circumstances and act as a method of pain relief in conditions including:

  • arthritis
  • period pain
  • muscle pain
  • sports injuries
  • athletic training
  • body building
  • immobilisation of fractures and soft tissue injuries in plaster and orthopaedic surgery
  • after prolonged bed rest
  • for chronic back pain
  • for incontinence
  • after pregnancy
  • after weight loss
  • cosmetic purposes


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It is generally safe to use an EMS machine for muscle recovery after an injury or operation, but it is important to consult with a medical professional before use, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.

EMS training has been used for years by health and wellness professionals. Physiotherapists use EMS for joint-sparing muscle formation and for targeted back exercises. Elite athletes and models use this equipment along with their training to improve strength and speed.

Personal trainers and gyms and beauty centres use this technology focusing on the fitness and beauty enhancements it offers which includes simulation of metabolism, tightening of connective tissue, cellulite reduction, body shaping, and more.

TENS machines are considered safe to use, and are recommended by many health care professionals including physios and midwives.
It is not recommended to use a TENS machine if you have a pacemaker. Please consult with your healthcare professional before using any medical device if you have a pacemaker or other implanted electronic device.

Of course! The electrodes can be reused multiple times, but their effectiveness may start to decrease after each use. To keep them in good condition, place them back on the paper they came on and seal in their pouch.

Pop an extra pack in your shopping cart when you purchase your TENS, so it’s always ready to go when needed! Please don’t use any other brands of electrodes with your Combo as this will void your warranty and potentially may cause issues with your Combo.

It is a good idea to replace the electrodes when they no longer stick to your skin firmly. It is also recommended to replace the electrodes if they become dirty or show signs of wear and tear. Electrodes should always be placed on the paper they come on and sealed in their pouch to extend their use.

If you are using the electrodes for extended periods of time they can become dry. If this happens, disconnect them from the device and apply a small drop of water to them.

Electrodes are generally placed near the area of pain. We have a great chart (insert link here) which will give you some guidance on where to place the electrodes depending on the location of your pain.

It is best to use your Combo when you are experiencing pain. This can include chronic pain and acute pain. You can also stay mobile while using your Combo.

Yes, your Combo can be used after surgery for pain relief, but it is important to consult with a healthcare provider first as to when to use it as they are across your condition.

Yes, the Combo can be used for migraines or headaches, but it is important to consult with a healthcare provider first. There is specific guidance in relation to the location of electrodes please check out our guide here.

Yes, your Combo can be used for period pain and can be a game changer for your quality of life when living with pain.

It depends on the type of IUD and the location of the electrodes. You should consult with your healthcare provider before using a TENS machine for period pain relief if you have an IUD.

Yes, your Combo can be used for sports injuries for pain relief and muscle stimulation. It has been known to get people back on the field/gym in a much quicker timeframe than without. Check out our reviews to hear more.

Most people describe using a TENS as a tingling or buzzing sensation where the electrodes are placed, it should not feel uncomfortable or painful. It can feel similar to pins and needles.

Yes, the intensity of the Combo range can be adjusted to a level that is comfortable for you. You can increase or decrease the intensity as needed to provide optimal pain relief.

Buy vs Rent

There are a few reasons why you may want to consider purchasing a TENS/ EMS machine instead of renting one:


Do you have Private Health Insurance? Purchasing a TENS machine may end up being more cost-effective if you are eligible for a rebate from your private health insurance scheme. The Combo is not a one off use, you can use it to manage any pain or injury, including period pain. It can be used by other members of the family.


Owning a Combo means you can use it whenever you want, for as long as you want. You won’t have to worry about returning the rented machine on time or paying any late fees.


Renting a Combo means you’ll be using a device that has been used by other people before you and you know its history. Owning your own TENS machine means you can ensure it’s clean and hygienic before each use.

Pain Management

The Combo range goes beyond just managing pain. It is also an EMS and massager, great for managing your aches and pains, and recovery from surgery. Use it across the whole family, just remember that everyone needs their own set of electrodes, please don’t share these for hygiene reasons.

Health Care Rebate

Did you know that you may be eligible to claim up to 100% of the cost of your Combo back from your private health fund? This makes our Combo even more affordable to purchase! TENS machines, often named “health aid” or “health appliance” commonly attract rebates, however it is best to check with your provider to see what rebate is available to you and what the process is for claiming it.

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Health Rebates for TENS Machines in Australia

Did you know you can claim the cost of your Combo device on your private health insurance?

Tens Machines commonly attract rebates from health insurance providers. Each provider has a different policy of course and this can change frequently. After you place an order, you will automatically receive a PDF copy of your invoice which will include the relevant information you need from us to support your claim. Some providers may request a provider number or for your claim to be submitted manually.

We have provided the most recent rebate information on some of the more popular private health providers here.

Do I need a doctors referral?

Many health providers require a letter of support from your doctor or medical professional who is looking after you so it is wise to have this in advance.

What if TENS isn’t mentioned in my health insurance policy?

Be aware that a TENS machine may also be referred to as a Health Aid or Health Appliance in your policy and it can be under your extras package.

It is best to contact your health insurance provider directly to find out more about what rebate you can claim, the supporting information you need to provide and the best way to put through your claim!