Oska Pulse

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Oska Pulse is an FDA registered Class 1 medical pain relief device that works at the source of pain to decrease inflammation, increase circulation, improve mobility and relieve pain. The device is lightweight, portable and can be worn on any part of your body where there is pain.
Oska Pulse uses Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) to help relieve pain. Emitting a 22” diameter field, the device does not need to be directly attached to the skin but simply near the area of pain to be effective. The PEMF field travels through clothing and all types of tissue to address the source of pain at the cellular level. During each 30 minute session, Oska Pulse rotates through four precise frequencies designed to improve circulation, reduce inflammation and pain and aid in speeding your body’s recovery. Oska is designed to be fully integrated into your lifestyle so that you can benefit from it anytime, wherever you are.
PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) is a widely utilized technology by NASA, the VA, John Hopkins and the Mayo Clinic, among others, for decades. PEMF has been considered an effective and non-invasive way to relieve pain for over 60 years, primarily in a clinical setting with over 10,000 clinical studies supporting its effectiveness. When cells become distressed from disease, trauma or toxins, they lose their ability to function efficiently. PEMF uses electromagnetic waves that pulse on precise frequencies enabling cells to recover their ablity to create energy, function and reproduce. Oska took clinical PEMF technology and put it into an affordable, portable wearable device so people can benefit from it outside of the medical office or hospital. PEMF has no side effects and it cannot be over used.
The most remarkable difference is that while TENS provides temporary pain masking, Oska works at the source of pain. Much of the pain we experience is caused by inflammation, TENS does not reduce inflammation. Not only does Oska stimulate tissue at the cellular level to reduce inflammation and reduce pain, it also aids in recovery. Click here to read more about the differences between Oska Pulse and TENS.
Consistency is key to get the most benefit from your device. Everyone responds differently to PEMF therapy. Oska Pulse is recommended to use at least 6+ times a day for 2 weeks and slowly taper to 2-4 times per day thereafter, as needed. Click here for instructions. Some experience relief within a few days, and others may take a few weeks or more. Drinking water regularly helps your body maximize the benefits gained by using your Oska Pulse to reduce inflammation. You should use your Oska Pulse as often as possible. The device is safe and there are no reported side effects, so you cannot overuse it.
Yes. In a randomized, double-blind placebo clinical study, the majority of patients achieved significant pain reduction with Oska Pulse.* Click here for the full study.

*Shurman, J., Wiederhold, BK., Kasendorf, R., Qian, J., Miller, I., Wiederhold, MD. Treating Chronic Pain Using the Oska Pulse Device: A Double Blind Clinical Trial Using Placebo.www.practicalpainmanagement.com. 2018 Feb.

Oska Pulse will work to reduce the inflammation that is the root cause for most types of pain, but keep in mind PEMF works differently for everyone. Oska Pulse users, including doctors and patients claim they get relief from many of the common pain conditions attributed to inflammation across the body. These claims include commonly reported areas like the upper and lower back, knee, neck, hip, ankle, shoulder, hand and foot pain.
Oska Pulse can be used anywhere on the body, wherever there is pain and inflammation.
No. There have never been any reported side effects for PEMF technology or Oska Pulse. Some people may feel a warming sensation near the device, but that is due to increased blood flow from PEMF.
To charge your Oska Pulse, plug the charging cable into the USB port on your computer, or an AC charging adapter, and plug the other end into the docking port on the end of the device. During the charging phase, the lights at the opposite end of the charging plug on the device will illuminate and stay lit through charging. When the lights turn off, the device will be fully charged. It typically takes 3 hours to reach full charge, which will last for ~20, 30-minute sessions or 10 hours of continuous use.
Oska Pulse is contraindicated for active cancer, pregnancy, pacemakers (implants) and patients taking chemotherapy treatments. It is always recommended to check with your doctor or health care provider before trying any new medical device.
Oska Pulse is available for purchase using your FSA (Flex Spending Account) or HSA (Health Savings Account), however it is not currently covered by insurance. Some doctors may choose to submit for workers’ compensation coverage and/or certain insurance carriers for reimbursement.
Yes. Oska Wellness offers a FREE one-year warranty for the device. This warranty only extends to the original retail purchaser so long as purchased directly through Oska, Inc. or an authorized Oska Pulse affiliate or retailer. If the product should become defective within the warranty period, contact the Oska Wellness Customer Care department toll-free at 844-630-9932. Oska, Inc. reserves the right to replace a defective product with the most comparative product currently available.
Press the button on the top of the Oska Pulse to turn on the device. There is an audible beep and the LED lights inside the case will start glowing. When the Oska Pulse turns off, there are 3 audible beeps and the LED lights will turn off.
Oska Pulse's User Manual is given to you in the product package. If you need to download second copy click here.
Oska Pulse

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Using the same technology found in your doctor's office, Oska Pulse is portable, shareable and affordable.
  • • 100% Drug Free
  • • Doctor Recommended
  • • FDA Registered
  • • FSA & HSA Reimbursable