Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Update Oska® Pulse – PEMF for Chronic Pain and Cellular Healing


In May of this year (2017), I posted the following blog on my review of the Oska® Pulse Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) device. You will find a plethora of information in that blog, too.

Since that time, a lot has happened for Oska Wellness and for me.

I have seen continued improvement in my pain and I am committed to using Oska every day! I learned the value in this when my pain started to escalate again this summer. As always, I asked myself, “what am I doing, or not doing?” It didn’t take long to find the answer. I was busy because my pain was better and I THOUGHT I could decrease the frequency of using Oska, wrong. I have come to accept that I happen to be one of the folks who are more resistant, most likely because of the many years I have lived with chronic pain from multiple sources. So, I got back to my previous routine and my pain diminished significantly. That is when I made the decision to become an advocate for Oska®.

I will not say anything outlandish or misleading. Oska works by helping our body heal itself and we are all different. But, I will say it is valuable tool for me. I shared my experience with my 91-year-old father; the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to spinal disease. He was eager to try it for his own back pain. On MRI, his lumbar spine looks like a spiral staircase. I was blown away when he told me he has significant improvement in his pain and mobilization in a short period of time. In my experience, I have no doubt, Oska Wellness PEMF technology works!

I am not surprised that Oska Wellness is one of the fastest growing startup tech companies for developing a PEMF device that can be used directly by consumers, or that Consumer Technology named Oska Wellness as one of three tech startups that are “changing the world”. The technology has been used in the medical field for years, and now we have a device that works and we can use it at home.  

The folks at Oska Wellness focus on consumer satisfaction. Use Oska Pulse for 30 days and if you’re not completely satisfied, you can return it for a full refund. If you have questions, you can contact them online or by phone.

Should you decide to try Oska, you will get $55 discount if you apply my code, CCRN60 at checkout.
 



My readers know I promote integrative care, and I am so excited that I can share this with you. 





Blog review May 18, 2018


"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."

After reading the testimonies of others about how well Oska® Pulse was working for them,  I was excited when my device arrived.

I had already gotten some background information and this is what I found. Peer reviewed studies show pulsed electro-magnetic field (PEMF) therapy works for a plethora of conditions. And, since I used to write for Sharecare, I was glad to see Dr. Oz  say, “PEMF therapy is FDA-approved to fuse bones and has been cleared in certain devices to reduce swelling and joint pain.”  

How does it work?

The Oska Pulse is a PEMF devise that acts by massaging inflammatory cells causing them to dissipate. It doesn't move and there isn't an electrical current like that of a TENS unit. 

Features

An important feature of the device is that it turns off in 30 minutes after it completes four cycles of different pulse electromagnetic frequencies. You don't have to think about it. When it turns off, it will make three short beeps. You can’t feel it so if you don't hear the beeps, you know its off when the pulsing light it emits during operation is off too. If you find the light distracting, you can put it in a sock. Skin-to-skin contact is not necessary for it to work. 

The shape and size is perfect. It fits nicely in the palm of your hand or cradled on the neck, or if you prefer to set it next to you, put it on the flat side. It works in an eight inch radius of the device, period. 


It comes with instructions on how to use it and illustrations of how to use the strap so you can wear it.

The device has a rechargeable battery, so all you have to do is charge it like you would your cell phone. 

My experience

After three weeks, I noticed for the first time in a long time, I didn't wake up in pain from rolling onto my left shoulder. But, there is more.

I have experienced restless leg syndrome for many years. I even had a sleep study that confirmed significant periodic limb movement (PLM). And while my sleep study results was proof for my husband that I wasn’t purposefully kicking him during the night in retaliation for his snoring and it was a confirmation that I have a contributing factor to non-restorative sleep, this information did not solve my problem. And, neither did the medications to specifically treat PLM; I did not tolerate the side effects. But, that was about to change.

About one month in, I “awakened” with the PEMF device still sitting (unattached) on my left shoulder where I had left it the night before. I hadn't moved one inch! No covers in disarray, no complaints from the spouse. I had not changed a thing in my routine or in my medical treatment. The only thing different was Oska Pulse!

Compliance

The most important thing is using it enough. It won’t work if it stays in the nifty box it came in.

Reduction in inflammation and pain might be immediate. But, if a problem has been long standing, your body may take longer to respond. Many things can contribute to the way our body reacts. As an example, we have different reasons for experiencing chronic pain, or we may have another health problem that contributes to how our body heals. 

It's important to know that you might feel worse at first. This is because the Oska Pulse PEMF device works to release cellular toxins that have accumulated around inflamed areas, so don’t give up. Do as the instructions say and drink plenty of water, just like you would after a massage. 

The literature says the majority of people see significant improvement in 3 - 4 weeks and difficult cases respond in about 4 - 6 weeks. I am still on my healing journey, but there is a noticeable difference in my shoulder pain and joint range of motion. My periodic limb movement has greatly improved, an effect that was totally unexpected.  I consider myself a more difficult case because I have significant arthritis throughout my body. Knowing this and already seeing improvement, I expect it to get even better with time. 


I give my friend, Oska Pulse, five stars. 

  In healing,,Celeste

"Adversity is only an obstacle if we fail to see opportunity."

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Celeste Cooper, RN
Author—Patient—Freelance Writer at Health Central & ProHealth Advocate

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