BioWavePENS®is a uniquely patented form of Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and is comprised of a BioWavePRO® devie and BioWave® Percutaneous Electrodes. 

BioWavePENS is indicated to treat chronic, acute and post-operative pain. It is an in-office non-surgical procedure which provides up to 72 hours of continuous pain relief following a 30-minute treatment. BioWavePENS is covered by plans like Worker’s Compensation, Personal Injury , Auto and Florida Blue Health Insurance.

A patented, microneedle electrode array provides a direct conductive pathway for high-frequency signals to reach pain nerves in deeper tissue.

Polarized pain nociceptors multiply the high frequencies to form a new range of frequencies, including a therapeutic low-frequency field that inhibits action potential propagation along pain nerves, blocking the transmission of pain signals to the brain and induces hypoesthesia at the pain site(s).

BioWavePENS provides the deepest and most effective
active electrical field for blocking pain signals

PENS has proven efficacy (1,2)
Advanced high frequency signal technology Patented percutaneous electrode

Long carry-over effect following treatment.
Cumulative effect from multiple treatments
Up to 72 hours of continuous pain relief Cumulative effect from multiple treatments

Optimized patented signal technology
No programming
Easy to use and portable Comfortable treatment

Non-surgical in office procedure

Covered by Worker’s Compensation, Personal Injury, Auto and Florida Blue

Alternative for patients trying to avoid surgery

(1) Blinded Randomized Sham Controlled Study using BioWavePENS for the treatment of chronic pain in patients with grade 3 and 4 osteoarthritis of the knee, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, Orthopedics, Vol. 30, #6, June 2007

(2) Randomized Controlled Study using BioWavePENS for the treatment of postoperative pain following TKR surgery at Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, Poster Presentation American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2009 Annual Meeting, February 25-28, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada

Getting started video

Electrode Placement Examples

Low Back

Back Pain in Two Locations (e.g. Bilateral Low Back Pain)

Low Back Pain on One Side of Spine (e.g. Unilateral Pain)

Low Back Pain Focused Over a Facet Joint

Low Back Pain Focused Over the Spine


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When Not to Use BioWave