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Quell The Pain With ‘Quell’s’ Pain Relieving Device

  • “I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. “

What would you give to bring pain relief to your chronically ill body, and a good night’s sleep to your exhausted mind? Quell may have an answer for both.

Chronic illness and chronic pain are two sides of the same coin. The merry-go-round of not being able to sleep because of pain, and being in increased pain because of lack of sleep, is a ride those of us in the chronic world are all too familiar with. Quell has a pain relieving device that helps on many levels, and might be the answer for you.

This is a discreet state of the art device meant to be worn 1-2 inches below the knee where it will stimulate the nerve fibers, and trigger the body’s natural pain blockers into providing relief throughout the body. Once calibrated, you can even download an app on your phone that will allow you to adjust and monitor your therapy.

 

Quell does provide a measure of relief. Unfortunately no device, pill, or any other created thing provides complete cessation of pain. On the whole, this device seems to bring relief to general, all-over pain, and a lessening of the blood ‘vibrating’ sensation those of us with Fibromyalgia are accustomed to.

There are a few things to consider when purchasing the device. It sells for $249, albeit with an excellent return policy should you decide it is not for you. There are electrodes that must be replaced every few weeks which means a commitment to the product. However, if it relieves your pain and helps to keep you asleep without waking up every couple of hours, it may be a worthy investment to you. Donna over at Fed Up With Fatigue, has interviewed Quell’s marketing manager, and provides an excellent Q & A on the company and it’s product.

Quells pain relieving device may be the answer to finding some relief for your chronic pain.

More Bonuses and Information From Quell and Their Wearable Pain Relief Device

  • Problems and conernes? The customer service at Quell is there to help you with whatever you may need. There are subtleties to the device that the manual can’t cover. They are very knowledgeable and will take the time you need. You can reach them at 800-204-6577 or customercare@quellrelief.com

  • Looking for more in-depth information about Quell? You will find the comprehensive User Manual, Instructional Videos, and Troubleshooting tips in the Quell User section of our website.

  • Don’t want to miss out on product updates and news?  Register your device on our website and join our communities on Facebook Twitter. 

  • Have an iOS or Android device with Bluetooth® Smart?  Download the Quell Relief app on the App Store or Google Play to control your device from your phone and take advantage of sleep and therapy insights.   Create an Account to back up your data and never lose your data.*

*iOS only.   App account back up coming to the Android app in late Spring 2016.

Overall, I believe this to be a device worth looking into. There is definately no shortage of information provided by the folks at Quell. Their website is user friendly, easy to navigate, and packed with useful facts & data that should answer any questions you can think of (and maybe a few you have not!).

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    Deborah Davis
    June 6 at 7:51 pm

    My Dad and husband suffer from chronic pain. It is interesting to learn about a device that can be worn 1-2 inches below the knee where it will stimulate the nerve fibers, and trigger the body’s natural pain blockers into providing relief throughout the body. Thank you for sharing Quell with us at the Healthy Happy Green Natural Party! I’m Pinning and sharing this!
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      kristine
      June 7 at 9:07 am

      Your welcome Deborah, my best to them! 🙂

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    Nikki
    June 8 at 10:02 am

    Really interesting, I had never heard of Quell before this. I’m definitely going to look into it. I am happily amazed that there are companies who are looking into alternative ideas to helping those with chronic disease and pain, meds can only help so much, and they really just mask the pain and make things tolerable!
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      kristine
      June 8 at 5:59 pm

      True about the meds. It’s definitely something to look into!

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    Farber@PainAwayDevices.com
    June 10 at 8:23 am

    this is cool, it looks like meditation. relieve from pain without pills and it is free from side effects. this is definitely a good alternative for pills, which has side effects. but it will be expensive

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      kristine
      June 10 at 6:00 pm

      True, but if it helps it could be worth it. Anything to keep from taking more pills 🙂 Thank you for your comment Dr. Faber 🙂

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    Brandi Clevinger
    June 14 at 4:16 am

    This is an interesting device. I read Donna’s review, and it seems to be worth a try. The price is a downfall, but you pay for what you get. If it helps with a lot of the pain, then it’s worth it to me. At least there is a return policy should it not work for you.

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    Cath
    October 5 at 1:38 am

    I’m intrigued. I used to use a tens machine and I wonder how similar they are. What does the electrode stimulation feel like and how long do you wear it for? I’m thinking more for my daughter who is considered too young to have fibro meds. She suffers badly with pain and has to try to get through school with it.

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      kristine
      October 5 at 6:19 am

      Hi Cath! Check the link I have included in the article for the info you are looking for. If you still have questions, make sure to contact the customer service at Quell, they are very helpful! I hope it helps your daughter♥

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