A device, which is preferably disc shaped, has two primary layers. A first layer has one side, which is the lower side in use, for adhering to a patient's skin surface, a second, upper layer on the underside of which electrical circuitry is printed or affixed so that the electrical circuitry is sandwiched between the layers. The device can be made in several sizes to accommodate patient size and location of the acupuncture point to be stimulated. Two distinct forms of the device are presented: a single use and a reusable device for. In the single use device, the first, lower layer is preferably a foam with non-conductive adhesive on both sides: the bottom side for adhering to the skin and the top side for adhering to the upper polyester disc. The holes through this lower foam layer include, preferably, eight holes spaced concentrically about one central hole in the middle of the lower foam layer. All these holes are, preferably, overfilled with an electrically conductive gel that projects from the lower foam layer. The conductive circuitry preferably printed on the underside of the upper layer provides a series connection to the gel in each of the eight concentric holes and a separate connection to the gel in the center hole when the upper layer is adhered to the lower layer. The printed circuitry may be a silver/silver chloride polymer film, also provides for a tab(s) which can be permanently or temporarily affixed to an integral or remote simulator through direct contact or wire leads. In the reusable device a pressure-sensitive adhesive material forms the lower layer which allows for multiple applications to a patient's skin. The adhesive lower layer is transparent to show the circular central electrode the annular electrode. The electrodes are preferably silver/silver chloride polymer film. In either configuration, metal core insulated leads can be use for electrical connection with the opposite ends of the leads connected to jacks for connection to an impulse stimulator or can end in electrically conductive tabs.