With innovative drug-free pain management medical devices you would get nowhere else, is a one-stop solution for all your pain relief needs - be it support belts for your back pain or electrotherapy devices for home use to relieve your pain.



Find the best quality, FDA/CE Certified, specialized professional products for your pain management needs. Our sourcing specialists have left no stone unturned in getting these specialty products from across the globe along with 100% service backup.

Hospitals / Rehab Centres

Hospitals / Rehab Centres

Get informed about high-end equipments available for pain management and rehabilitation. Connect with our team for special pricing and EMI offers.

Call : 040-65522402 | Login | Create an account
India's First Online Retail Website for Pain Management
100% Authentic Products Guarantee
Exclusive National & International Brands
Special Discounts with No Compromise on Quality

PainEzee Zynex Nexwave

Brand: Zynex Medical USA
Product Code: ZMPCZM016000
Availability: In Stock
Rs 20,799.00

Qty: - +

The NexWave incorporates IFC, TENS & NMES in one easy to use device. These three proven modalities have been used for over 30 years to help patients manage their pain symptoms & reduce or eliminate their need for pain medication.

The NexWaves unique 3-modalities-in-1-device is designed to break the pain cycle by:

  •          Managing symptomatic relief of chronic intractable pain, post traumatic and post-surgical pain
  •          Relaxing Muscle Spasms
  •          Increasing local blood circulation
  •          Maintaining or Increasing ROM
  •          Preventing or retarding disuse atrophy
  •          Re-educating muscles

Specifications and Accessories:

Interferential Current (IFC)
Amplitude: 0-50 mA
Channel 1 frequency: 4000 Hz
Channel 2 frequency: 4001- 4128 Hz
I/F Modes: Low-High, Low, Combo
Muscle Mode: 64 Hz, 6 sec. on, 6 sec. off, ramp up 
1 sec., and ramp down 0.5 sec.
Waveforms: Symmetrical biphasic

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
Amplitude: 0-100 mA
Frequency: 1-125 Hz
Pulse Width: 120-300 µs
TENS Modes: Sweep, Low Modulated, High Modulated
Waveform: Symmetrical biphasic

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)

Amplitude: 0-100 mA
Frequency: 35 Hz
Pulse Width: 480 µs
NMES Modes: 30:10, 20:10, 10:10
On-Time: 10 sec.
Off-Time: 30, 20, or 10 sec.
Ramp Up: 3 sec.
Ramp Down: 1 sec.
Waveforms: Symmetrical biphasic

Other Specifications

Treatment timer: 10 to 90 minutes, in 10 minute increments, with no timer setting.
Compliance meter: Records total usage time in minutes and number of times used.

Dimensions: 2.9 x 4.6 x 1.0 in.

Weight: 5.8 oz. including battery.

Warranty: 6 months manufacturer’s warranty on materials and workmanship. 
Accessories excluded.


Lead wires: 104203, lead wire, black, with black pins.
104204, lead wire, gray, with red pins.
Electrodes: 300027, electrodes, 2” diameter, round, Pkg of one electrode.
00, electrodes, sterile, 2” x 2”, square, Pkg of one electrode.
Power supply: 200112, power supply, medical grade, 
input 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 0.5 A max., output 12 VDC, 1.25A max.
Battery: 130010, battery, 9 V, alkaline, MN1604.


US FDA 510K Cleared, CE Marked

ZMPCZM016000.13.01 CE Marked  

ZMPCZM016000.13.02 Department of health & human science - 510K 

ZMPCZM016000.13.03 Certificate of compliance

ZMPCZM016000.13.04 EC Declaration of Conformity NexWave

Clinical Studies:
ZMPCZM016000.11.01 Management of carpel Tunnel syndrome- A Conservative Regimen from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.02 Clinical data review on Nexwave from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.03 Interferential current therapy from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.04 A clinical trail of NMES in improving quadraceps muscle strength and activation in women with mild and moderate osteoarthritis from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.05 TENS for knee osteoarthritis from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.06 TENS Vs IFC from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.07 Analgesic effects of TENS & IFC on heat pain in healthy subjects from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.08 Applications of TENS in the management of Patients with pain from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.09 Electrotherpay study summaries for surgeons provided by medstar NW  from PainEzee 

ZMPCZM016000.11.10 New perspectives in Edema control Via Electrical Stimulation from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.11 "The effects of Home interferential Therapy on post operative pain,Edema & ROM of the Knee" from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.12 "The effects of Home interferential Therapy on post operative pain,Edema & ROM of the Knee" from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.13 "Reduction of post operative knee Arthroscopy pain and swelling by patient controlled interferential Therapy" from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.14 "Interferential Therapy -practical applications and procedures within a clinical environment" from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.15 The effect of interferential Therapy upon cutaneous blood flow in humans from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.16 "The effect of three electrotheraupetic modalities upon peripheral nreve conduction and mechanical pain threshold" from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.17 The impact of electrotherapy on medication use from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.18 Pain Control with TENS from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.19 Perioperative pain management in orthopedics from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.20 TENS can reduce postoperative analgesic consumption.A meta analysis with assessment of optimal treatment parameters for postoperative pain from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.21 Randomization is important in studies with pain outcomes from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.22 effect of the frequency of TENS on the postoperative opioid Analgesic requirement and recovery profile from PainEzee  

ZMPCZM016000.11.23 Electrotherapy for pain management from PainEzee  

Write a review

Your Name:

Your Review: Note: HTML is not translated!

Rating: Bad           Good

Enter the code in the box below:

1) What are the most common ways for Nexwave to go blank?

A. a) The Nexwave can go blank, if the AC Adapter is unplugged, while the machine is in use. This will make the fuse and some critical components go off.

    b) When Nexwave is dropped on any type of floor both soft and hard, the machine which has several sensitive components get damaged. The LCD screen is not designed to take a drop on concrete or any floor.

2) Where is Nexwave manufactured?

A. Nexwave is manufactured in USA.

3) Can Nexwave be serviced completely in India?

A. No, since many of the components are proprietary, complete servicing is done in USA. Service facilities for small repairs are available in India.

4) Can broken glass of Nexwave be replaced?

A. a) LCD does not take a drop on concrete or any floor. The manufacturer is working in future for a rigid LCD to withstand drops.

    b) The cost of LCD replacement is very expensive, hence precaution to be taken while using Nexwave.

    c) We donot consider warranty repair for a cracked screen knowing that device is dropped or abused.

5) What does warranty cover?

A. Warranty covers only manufacturing defects. The warranty is for 1year from date of purchase.

6) Do we have a provision for a pen electrode with the Nexwave.

A. Nexwave does not have a provision for a pen electrode. We donot provide nor recommend pin point electrodes.

7) What is the type of current in NMES? - Galvanic or Faradic.

A. Glavanic uses constant and direct current, Nexwave is alternating bi phasic current ie. Faradic.

8) How do you differentiate between normal TENS and Nexwave TENS?

A. Normal TENS has the following modes:- Burst and Normal.

Nexwave - has modulated rate and width,- Strength duration and bi-pulse

9)  Is Nexwave FDA cleared.

A. Yes Nexwave is US FDA cleared and has 510 K.

10) Can we use Nexwave NMES as FES?

A. Nexwave is not designed for FES and cannot be used.

11) How is the TENS design within the Nexwave 

A. The NexWave was designed to maximize pain relief for patients by minimizing the common tendency for patients to become accommodated to a TENS treatment (the body becomes accustomed to the treatment signal, which gradually loses its pain relieving effect).  Patients more commonly tend to become accommodated to “Normal” or “Constant” TENS waveforms (i.e., continuous, constant frequency) than to TENS waveforms which are changing.  Since the NexWave was designed to offer three TENS selections, the manufacturer elected to use three Modulated (changing) TENS waveforms, rather than Normal or Constant TENS waveforms.

 The manufacturer has also found that many patients do not feel that Burst mode waveforms are very comfortable.  The use of Burst modes tends to limit patient compliance by limiting the amount of time patients are willing to take TENS therapy sessions.

 In order to maximize the desire of patients to use the TENS modes within the NexWave (maximizing patient compliance), and to minimize the accommodation that can occur (resulting in a decrease in pain relief), the manufacturer has chosen to provide three frequency-modulated, pulse-width-modulated treatment programs within the TENS modality.

12) When was Nexwave Launched ?

A. Nexwave  was launched in September 2011.

13)How many pieces of Nexwave are sold its response world  wide?

A. 120,000 NexWave’s were sold world wide.  Sold mainly in the USA, England, Australia, Poland, Russia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Turkey, Romania, Malaysia, Vietnam, North Korea, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Singapore and a few more.  

14) Certifications on Nexwave?

A. Nexwave is a US, FDA approved and has also obtained Russian Equivalent of FDA to market in Russia.

15) For how many applications will the Nexwave electrodes stick effectively?

A. The electrodes can be used approximately 10 times, it all depends how well they are cared for and depends on various skin types .Also, most importantly if a small amount of water is applied to the surface of the electrode after each use.

16) Can we use the 9v Alkaline battery available in Indian Market for Nexwave? Would it affect the functioning of the device in any means?

A. It is Perfectly fine to use your 9V batteries for the Nexwave, it will not affect the functioning in any way.

17) what would be the maximum no. where we can go on increasing the intensity '+' button?

A. IFC: 50mA = Push ‘+’ button 50 times. Voltage level @ 50mA into a 1Kohm Load is approximately 40V Peak (80Vpp)

Tens: 100mA = Push ‘+’ button 100 times. Voltage level @ 100mA into a 1Kohm Load is approximately 80V Peak (160Vpp)

NMES: 100mA = Push ‘+’ button 100 times.  Voltage level @ 100mA into a 1Kohm Load is approximately 80V Peak (160Vpp)

18) How does NexWave compare to Analog and Digital TENS devices:?

A. Analog TENS devices: (typically made in the Far East and with no display). Uncontrolled output, unpleasant stimulation, only TENS ability.
Digital TENS devices: (typically has a display..). There are not many devices where IF, TENS and NMES are in one device. 


Product images and information on a page is intended for reference only and cannot be the reason of return as manufacturers make minor changes frequently without any prior notification to us. Product image is representative of the product fofered but may not have the exact attributes. Please read product description for the specific attributes of a product. While we attempt to keep our information accurate, we cannot guarantee it is an accurate representation of the latest formulation/technology of the product. If you have any concerns, please visit the vendor's website. The product information is the view of the product's manufacturer, not the views of us.The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by or the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization, India and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided on this site is for information purpose only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional. You should always consult with your physician before using any medical device. Prices and promotions are subject to change without notice.

© Copyright 2013 All rights reserved.   Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.