THE SCIENCE

  • “At least 70% of my patients who used the Oska Pulse product across a variety of chronic pain profiles found relief. This is a real non-drug pain relief solution.”

    Dr. Joseph Shurman chairman of pain management at Scripps Memorial Hospital,
    La Jolla, California.
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    Dr. Mark Wiederhold Internist and affiliate with Scripps Green Hospital San Diego,
    California
  • “My adult son found relief from chronic knee pain which has allowed him to work with near to zero pain and I was stunned by Oska Pulse’s efficacy in dealing with my own sciatica issues. I am an advocate and fan of PEMF and Oska Pulse is an effective non-drug, noninvasive pain relief option.”

    Dr. Kathy Davis Associate Professor of Nursing at Gordon State College, GA.
  • “I love your device. I have shared them with some of my more difficult patients and found Oska Pulse helpful, including patients with neuropathic pain. I think Oska Pulse will help a lot of people.”

    Dr. Lawrence Lavery Board-certified podiatrist and Professor of Plastic Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at UT Southwestern (Dallas, TX), Medical director of UT Southwestern’s Comprehensive Wound Care Center and director of the amputation prevention program at Parkland Memorial Hospital.

While a variety of third-party studies are available on this page, we have compiled a growing repository of research work that is available off-site. If you are interested to review these papers, please request access using our e-mail option below.

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Pain Studies

Exposure to a specific pulsed low- frequency magnetic field; A double blind placebo-controlled study of effects on pain ratings in RA and FM patients

By: Shupak NM, McKay JC, Nielson WR, Rollman GB, Prato FS, Thomas AW

Journal: Pain, Research and Management; Vol 11; No. 2; Summer 2006

Objective: The effect of specific PEMF exposure on pain and anxiety ratings was investigated in two patient populations

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Electromagnetic fields as first messenger in biological signaling: Application to calmodulin-dependent signaling in tissue repair

By: Arthur Pilla , Robert Fitzsimmons, David Muehsam, June Wu, Christine Rohde, Diana Casper

Journal: BBA (Biochimica et Biophysica Acta) General Subjects

Objective: The transduction mechanism for non-thermal electromagnetic field (EMF) bioeffects has not been fully elucidated. This study proposes that an EMF can act as a first messenger in the calmodulin-dependent sig-naling pathways that orchestrate the release of cytokines and growth factors in normal cellular responses to physical and/or chemical insults.

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Joint Pain Studies

Effectiveness of PEMF therapy in lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)

By: Uzunca K, Birtane M, Tastekin N

Journal: Clinical Rheumatology; 2007, 26: 69-74

Objective: The study aimed to investigate the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic field in lateral epicondylitis comparing the modality with sham PEMF and local steriod injection.

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Shoulder Pain Studies

Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Human Tenocyte Cultures From Supraspinatus and Quadriceps Tendons

By: Vincenzo Denaro, MD Laura Ruzzini, MD, Simona Angela Barnaba, MD Umile Giuseppe Longo, MD Stefano Campi, MD, Nicola Maffulli, MD, MS, PhD, FRCS(Orth) Alessandro Sgambato, MD

JOURNAL: physical medicine & rehabilitation / Association of Academic Physiatrists · October 2010

Objective: To investigate the effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) on human tenocyte cultures and to assess whether PEMFs could represent a viable therapeutic option in tendon pathologies

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Effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in lateral epicondylitis

By: K. Uzunca (*) . M. Birtane . N. Taştekin Trakya University Medical Faculty Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Edirne, Turkey

JOURNAL: Clinical Rheumatology 2006 / Published online: 22 April 2006

Objective: TWe aimed to investigate the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) in lateral epicondylitis comparing the modality with sham PEMF and local steroid injection.

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Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields significantly improve time of closure and proliferation of human tendon fibroblasts

By: Claudine Seeliger1, Karsten Falldorf2, Jens Sachtleben2 and Martijn van Griensven1*

JOURNAL: Seeliger et al. European Journal of Medical Research 2014

Objective: The promotion of the healing process following musculoskeletal injuries comprises growth factor signalling, migration, proliferation and apoptosis of cells. If these processes could be modulated, the healing of tendon tissue may be markedly enhanced.

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field and Exercises in Patients With Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial

By: Diego Galace de Freitas, PT, PhD,a Freddy Beretta Marcondes, PT,a Renan Lima Monteiro, PT,a Sabrina Gonc¸alves Rosa, PT,a Patr´ıcia Maria de Moraes Barros Fucs, MD, PhD,b Thiago Yukio Fukuda, PT, PhDa

JOURNAL: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2014;95:345-52

Objective: To evaluate the effects of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) and exercises in reducing pain and improving function and muscle strength in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS).

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Aktas I, Akgun K, Cakmak B. Therapeutic effect of pulsed electromagnetic field in conservative treatment of subacromial impingement syndrome

By: Ilknur Aktas & Kenan Akgun & Bahar Cakmak

JOURNAL: AClinical Rheumatology 2006 / Accepted: 5 October 2006

Objective: TSubacromial impingement syndrome (SIS) is a frequent cause of shoulder pain. Our purpose in this double- blinded, randomized, and controlled study was to demon- strate whether the pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) provides additional benefit when used with other conser- vative treatment modalities in acute phase rehabilitation program of SIS.

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Ankle and Foot Pain Studies

Pulsed electromagnetic fields after arthroscopic treatment for osteochondral defects of the talus: double-blind randomized controlled multicenter trial

By: Christiaan JA van Bergen*1, Leendert Blankevoort1, Rob J de Haan2, Inger N Sierevelt1, Duncan E Meuffels3, Pieter RN d'Hooghe4, Rover Krips5, Geert van Damme6 and C Niek van Dijk1

Journal: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders © van Bergen et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2009

Objective: Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) may be effective for talar defects after arthroscopic treatment by promoting tissue healing, suppressing inflammation, and relieving pain. We hypothesize that PEMF-treatment compared to sham-treatment after arthroscopy will lead to earlier resumption of sports, and aim at 25% increase in patients that resume sports.

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Hip Pain Studies

Peri-operative interventions producing better functional outcomes and enhanced recovery following total hip and knee arthroplasty: an evidence-based review

By: Mazin S Ibrahim*, Muhammad A Khan, Ikram Nizam and Fares S Haddad

Journal: BMC Medicine201311:37 © Ibrahim et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2013

Published: 13 February 2013

Objective: The aim of this review is to provide an evidence-based summary of measures, interventions, and procedures (both surgical and non-surgical) that help to achieve early functional recovery, reduce hospital stay, and improve functional outcome following THA and TKA.

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Parkinson’s Disease Studies

Mechanisms and therapeutic applications of electromagnetic therapy in Parkinson’s disease

By: Maria Vadalà1, Annamaria Vallelunga2, Lucia Palmieri3, Beniamino Palmieri1, Julio Cesar Morales‑Medina4 and Tommaso Iannitti5

Journal: Behavioral and Brain Functions2015 © Vadalà et al. 2015

Published: 7 September 2015

Objective: Electromagnetic therapy is a non‑invasive and safe approach for the management of several pathological conditions including neurodegenerative diseases.

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RSD, CRPS Pain Studies

Trigger points and systemic effect for EMF therapy

By: C. F. Hazlewood Æ Marko Markov

Journal: Published online: 20 February 2009 © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009

Objective: The use of magnetic fields (MFs), in general, and electromagnetic fields (EMFs), in specific, as thera- peutic modalities is becoming very common. In the USA, EMFs are mostly used in orthopedics, followed by pain relief and the wound-healing arena.

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Tendon Fibroblastis

Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields significantly improve time of closure and proliferation of human tendon fibroblasts

By:Claudine Seeliger, Karsten Falldorf, Jens Sachtleben and Martijn van Griensven

Journal: European Journal of Medical Research 2014

Objective: The promotion of the healing process following musculoskeletal injuries comprises growth factor signalling, migration, proliferation and apoptosis of cells. If these processes could be modulated, the healing of tendon tissue may be markedly enhanced. Here, we report the use of the Somagen™device, which is certified for medical use according to European laws. It generates low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields that trigger effects of a nature that are yet to be determined.

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Wound Healing

Evaluation of the effects of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) on survival of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus

By:Istiaque Ahmed, Taghrid Istivan, Irena Cosic, and Elena Pirogova

Journal: EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics 2013

Objective: This study investigated the effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) radiation on the growth of bacterium Staphylococcus aureus(ATCC 25923) that plays a versatile role in infecting wounded tissues. The viability of these bacteria (number of live cells as colony-forming units (CFUs)) was measured before and after the ELF PEMF exposures to quantify their survival rate.

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Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields significantly improve time of closure and proliferation of human tendon fibroblasts

By: Claudine Seeliger, Karsten Falldorf, Jens Sachtleben and Martijn van Griensven

Journal: European Journal of Medical Research 2014

Objective:The promotion of the healing process following musculoskeletal injuries comprises growth factor signalling, migration, proliferation and apoptosis of cells. If these processes could be modulated, the healing of tendon tissue may be markedly enhanced. Here, we report the use of the Somagen™device, which is certified for medical use according to European laws. It generates low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields that trigger effects of a nature that are yet to be determined.

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) Promote Collagen Fibre Deposition Through Myofibroblast Proliferation in Early Diabetic Wound

By: Ming-Chun Choi (Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Kwok-Kuen Cheung, Xiaohui Li, Gladys Lai-Ying Cheing

Objective:To evaluate the effect of PEMF on collagen fibre deposition and myofibroblast proliferation in diabetic wound healing.

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