Is the Oska Pulse Pain Relief Device Worth Trying?

Oska Pulse

DISCLAIMER: I purchased the Oska Pulse pain relief device, and wrote this review voluntarily. I will not receive any compensation for this post.

Using my Oska Pulse on my knee.
Using my Oska Pulse on my knee.

How I Came To Try the Oska Pulse

I have daily pain from fibromyalgia, and arthritis in my hands/wrists, knees, neck, and hips. I was intrigued by reviews that I’d read about the Oska Pulse device. I list those reviews at the bottom of this post. These reviews spoke about how well it works to alleviate pain. However, it’s quite pricey at $399. I kept checking sales promotions, and coupons offered by various reviewers, until I found a price I could afford. Thanks to Cyber Monday promotions, I was finally able to buy one. I purchased my Oska Pulse last November, 2017.

How It Worked For Me

At the time I purchased it, I was struggling with constant neck, and right shoulder pain, and daily headaches. I started using the device on my right shoulder/upper back area. I used it very frequently at first, sometimes turning it back on after it shut off. The pain lessened, but was still there.

In January, I started physical therapy for balance problems. My therapist told me that part of my balance issue was that the severe, constant tension in my right shoulder/neck area was causing me to alter my posture, affecting my balance. The combination of physical therapy sessions, and the use of the Oska Pulse, greatly lessened that pain. When I started therapy, I couldn’t stand to have anyone massage my neck. Afterwards, my neck was pain free.

Whenever, I notice increasing tension in my upper back and neck area, I use the Oska Pulse. Instead of the area getting progressively worse, the tension has been kept down by the device. This is a huge improvement!

Another Example

Back in April and May of this year, I was doing way too much cleaning, packing, and painting. My right knee has been sore on and off since May. I started using the Oska Pulse on my knee at the first signs of pain. It helped it feel better. I think it would still be okay, if I hadn’t slipped and fallen onto a hard tile floor in my apartment. Of course, I landed on that knee. This was two weeks ago. I have bruising, but no swelling, so I keep using the device. It feels better, and then somedays it acts up again. I plan to keep using it until the knee is better.

It works on Bruises too!

And that leads to my third example of how it’s helping me. I have really delicate skin on my forearms, and I bruise very easily. My daughter’s dog tried to crawl into my lap, and he put his weight on my arm with his toenails. The skin tore and bruised deep purple. Usually it takes weeks for bruises to go completely away. I tried the Oska Pulse on my arm to see if it would aid healing. Within a week the bruise was completely gone, and the wound was healed!

Conclusion

Finally, in my opinion this device would be a valuable tool in your pain relief tool box.  By itself it will not cure every pain, but it definitely works to help heal tissues and reduce pain.  You can read more about it here.

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Reviews:  http://countingmyspoons.com/2016/12/oska-pulse-reduce-pain/

https://thedisableddivablog.com/2017/03/29/oska-pulse-giving-hope-when-doctors-said-there-was-none-to-be-had/

 

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I'm a writer, disabled registered nurse, and former home school parent of 6 children ages 18 to 31.

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