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The Benepod Pain Management Device – My Review

By May 14, 2018 August 25th, 2018 Chronic Pain, Product Reviews

Disclaimer: I have been given a Benepod for review as a gift, but this has in no way influenced my comments on this piece. 

Since the rise of the opioid crackdown, more and more people just like you are seeking alternative pain relief. Dietary changes, supplements, and electronic pain relief devices are among the most popular choices for drug-free pain relief.


Benepod offers electronic pain management in a small, convenient, and affordable unit.


How Does Benepod Work?


Benepod, created by Saringer Life Science Technologies, treats pain with something called contrast therapy, which utilizes both heat and cold simultaneously to fight pain. When you apply the Benepod to a particular area of your body, it produces an intense sensation known as “thermal grill illusion”, which activates your body’s natural healing response.


This device has been proven to effectively mask or even completely eliminate pain for a period of time because the nerve receptors in your body are unable to distinguish between hot and cold, which, to put it into layman’s terms, “short circuits” your body’s ability to transmit pain sensations to your brain.


The Portable Convenience of Benepod


One of the most convenient features of the Benepod is its ability to discreetly travel with you wherever you go. This small, portable device uses as standard USB-C connection, so you can plug it into the same portable battery pack you use to charge your cell phone or tablet.


Furthermore, unlike a TENS unit, the Benepod charges while you use it and never requires electrode changes!


Benepod Treats Sciatica, Carpal Tunnel, Neck Pain, Migraines, and More!

According to Saringer.com, the Benepod was designed to treat carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, migraine headaches, sciatica, joint pain, and even fibromyalgia.



My Experience With the Benepod


I have chronic pain in my neck, shoulder, right knee, and left wrist. I’ve used the Benepod on all of these areas over the past few weeks, and I have to say, I’m pleased with it overall.


It’s very easy to use. You just open the box, plug in the unit, wait for it to charge (you’ll see the green light stop flashing), place it on the affected area, and keep it there for 20 minutes.


I found the simultaneous cooling and heating sensation to be relaxing and comforting. At no point did I feel any freezing or burning sensations. The only time it got a little too intense is when I leaned on it with my back against the wall to try to work out a particularly stubborn knot in my shoulder.


The Benepod is meant to be gently placed on your body, not ground into it, so that was my fault. If you use it properly, there should be no discomfort.

There are a few drawbacks to the Benepod that I feel are important to point out.


  1. It does not attach to your body.

Although effective, the Benepod does not currently offer a strap to hold it in place (they’re working on one), so you do have to hold the unit manually against whatever body part you’re treating for at least 10 minutes. If you experience pain or fatigue from keeping your body in one position for too long, this might not be the product for you.


  1. I would not recommend it for those with wide-spread pain.

I don’t have fibromyalgia or any other condition that causes me to experience wide-spread body pain. However, I have to say that after using this product, that it might be frustrating for someone with wide-spread pain. After all, you can only treat a very small area. In addition to other treatments, I think this would be fine, but alone, it may not offer the relief you’re looking for.


There’s a part of me that wishes this therapy could be somehow wrapped around your whole body, or at least used on larger areas of your body. I think that would be highly beneficial to someone who experiences wide-spread pain.


My Final Thoughts


I found the Benepod especially effective in treating my wrist and knee pain since those are smaller areas where the contrast therapy could be used most effectively. The unit can be kept still on the treatment area or moved around to soothe and relieve pain.


It is also an affordable, convenient, and calming pain management device, and it charges within 30 seconds, remains on for 20 minutes, and then shuts itself off (which is especially helpful if you accidentally fall asleep while using it).


Another thing I like about my Benepod is how gentle it is. Unlike my shiatsu massager or my TENS unit, which puts a lot of pressure on my aching muscles (which I do prefer, but don’t always need in every area), this electronic pain management device offers gentle, soothing relief that’s perfect for smaller and more delicate areas like wrists.


Overall, I’m happy with my Benepod and plan to continue to use it regularly.


Important: Always unplug your Benepod after each use. Also, use caution when touching the surface area with your fingers immediately after unplugging it. While you shouldn’t experience pain, you might be surprised by how cold or warm the surface area feels on a part of your body that hasn’t gotten used to it gradually.


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