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Person using the Dr. Ho’s Neck Pain Pro Complete 6-Piece Set.

TL;DR: Through Dec. 10, you can get Dr. Ho’s Neck Pain Pro Complete 6-Piece Set for just $159.99 instead of $299 — that's a 46% discount.

Neck and shoulder pain is no joke, and about one-third of adults have to deal with it. If you know someone with chronic pain, you may be able to help them find some relief with the latest December Deal of the Day. 

Dr. Ho’s Neck Pain Pro Six-Piece Set combines multiple tested pain relief methods to help temporarily alleviate neck and shoulder pain. Until 11:59 pm Pacific on December 10, you can get Dr. Ho’s Neck Pain Pro 6-Piece Set for $159.99 (reg. $299). 

It could help you take a break from neck and shoulder pain 

It’s hard to enjoy the holidays when you’re in pain, but an early gift could help them out. The Neck Pain Pro uses a combination of EMS and TENS muscle stimulation to help relieve pain. These methods have been in use for years, and one of their proven benefits is temporary pain relief. The kit comes with additional body pads, so you aren’t limited to your neck and shoulders. 

Combine electrical muscle stimulation with a good, old-fashioned massage that you can adjust with the press of a button. Enjoy deep kneading, rubbing, and more therapeutic massage along your neck and shoulders. Find the most soothing massage for your pain using the wired controller that rests in a convenient pocket right on the Neck Pain Pro. 

You can relax even with the massage and the electrodes aren't even on. The ergonomic design and memory foam interior may feel like a big comfortable neck pillow

Three ways of relieving pain in the neck and shoulders 

This year, you may be able to enjoy the holiday without the burden of constant neck and shoulder pain. Dr. Ho’s Neck Pain Pro Complete 6-Piece Set could provide temporary pain relief, and through December 10, you can get it for $159.99, which is 46% off.

Prices subject to change.

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