• 100% Natural – Drug Free – Painless – No Side Affects – Non-Addictive – FSA & HSA Eligible

Relief from wrist pain is now in reach.

PAT is drug free, painless and easy to use

1 Year Satisfaction Guarantee

Alleviate wrist pain naturally

Your world crashes to a standstill when wrist pain arises.  

But relief is in clear sight. Because decades of medical research have created a truly breakthrough way to treat discomfort from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and all other types of wrist problems. 

The wrist is a central joint, critical to your daily life. When it’s hurting, nothing goes right. But now there is true relief, right at your fingertips. 

We call it PAT. This unique therapy leverages your body’s own electrical system to ease wrist pain, reduce inflammation, commence healing, and return the painful area to normalcy. In other words, PAT doesn’t numb or mask your numbness, tingling and aching, it begins the process of eradicating them. So whether you hurt your wrist at the gym or suffer from persistent CTS, PAT is your partner against wrist pain. 

87% of users experienced immediate pain relief with PAT.

So, PAT is simple and safe to apply. It’s completely natural. And it comes with a 12 month-guarantee riding shotgun. This is the breakthrough treatment you’ve been waiting for. But there’s no reason to wait any longer. 
*FSA & HSA eligible for reimbursement
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PAT helps with many wrist issues including

Osteoarthritis
When the cartilage covering the bones wears away, the joints can become inflamed. Osteoarthritis can affect a wide range of joints, including the wrist. Osteoarthritis of the wrist often occurs in middle-aged people or older, and those with the condition in their family history.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
An irritation of the median nerve as it passes through the groove between the carpal bones on the palm side of the hand. Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome are tingling, numbness, and pain from the wrist to the thumb, index finger, middle finger and half of the ring finger.
Rheumatoid arthritis
An autoimmune disease in which healthy tissues are broken down by the body’s immune system. Rheumatoid arthritis can cause wrist pain if the joints in the area are impacted.
Repetitive motion syndrome
As the name suggests, this syndrome occurs from a task is repeated over and over again–typing or knitting, for example. This overworks the joint, causing it to swell, which in turn puts pressure on the surrounding areas. May affect many joints in the body, including the wrist.
Wrist tendonitis
This painful condition can occur when tendons of the wrist develop small tears or become irritated and inflamed, usually due to repetitive movement of the wrist.
Triangular fibrocartilage complex injury
Located on the pinky side of the wrist, triangular fibrocartilage cushions and supports the small bones beneath. This cartilage can wear away over time or a tear due to injury.
De Quervain's disease
The exact cause of this condition is still unknown. But the result is inflammation and swelling of the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist and their coverings. Often associated with an injury or overuse, symptoms include a grating feeling inside the wrist, swelling and weakness along the wrist, forearm and thumb.
Wrist bursitis
Bursa are small, fluid-filled sacs that help cushion joints. ‘Bursitis’ occurs when these sacs become inflamed. These can happen in multiple areas of the body, including the wrist. Symptoms include swelling, tenderness over the tendons of the wrist and redness in the region.
Ganglion cyst
A ganglion cyst is a small sac of fluid that forms over a joint or tendon (tissue that connects muscle to bone). Inside the cyst is a thick, sticky, clear, colorless, jellylike material. Depending on the size, cysts may feel firm or spongy. One large cyst or many smaller ones may develop. While usually occurring on the back of the hand at the wrist, they may also develop on the palm side of the wrist. Other sites, although less common, include the base of the finger on the palm, the fingertips, the outside of the knee and ankle or the top of the foot.
Wrist sprain
According to the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, a wrist sprain is usually caused by falling and bending the wrist backward when the hand hits the ground. This movement overreaches the ligament.

Don’t Settle for Temporary Relief from Wrist Pain.

Unlike all other forms of wrist pain treatment–whether it is drugs or some other form of electrical stimulator, PAT goes after the underlying cause of the pain by mimicking your body’s natural electrical currents, which in turn brings about healing. 
Pain Free Treatments

PAT mimics your natural electrical currents. Since you don’t feel your natural electrical currents, you wouldn’t expect to feel PATs.

Easy to Use

8 preprogrammed body selections simplifies treatment cycle selections.

No Side Effects

Avoid subjecting yourself to all the dangerous side effects of treatments that only provide temporary relief of pain.

Portability

PAT is a portable, battery operated unit you can use just about anywhere.

No Risk of Overdose/Overuse

Treating the area of pain daily is recommended. However, feel free to treat your area of pain as often as you like.

No Risk

If PAT doesn’t provide you the results you deserve within 12 months of purchase*, send it back for a complete refund. See Details

Treat the Source of Your Wrist Pain
in 3 SIMPLE STEPS

1
Place pads over area to be treated.
2
Connect pads to device and power on.
3
Select 1 of 8 modes and begin treatment.

PAT alleviates wrist and hand pain and is completely natural, 100% drug free, portable and wearable for easy, everyday use.

PAT works at the source of wrist pain instead of just masking symptoms.

If you're like millions of others with wrist pain, you've tried almost everything to feel better. Now it's time to try non-drug pain relief from PAT.