Oska Pulse wearable pain relief device gets the job done drug-free

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We are not immortal – that much is established since the beginning of mankind, as the cycle of life and death repeats itself with each generation. Growing old might open us up to a world of senior citizen discounts and other treats, but it also comes with a price – for those of us who have not taken good care of our bodies when we were young, we might end up with all sorts of different ailments and aches all over our bodies. In order to manage pain, we then have to gulp down a collection of painkillers, which could make us hooked on them in the long run. Perhaps there is a better way of doing things – and San Diego-based Oska Wellness has come up with its Oska Pulse, an innovative wearable pain relief device that has been specially designed in order to assist in reducing muscle stiffness, temporarily relieve minor pain and increase mobility.

The Oska Pulse happens to be a tiny and extremely portable device that safely optimizes Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapeutic technology, which so happens to be a longtime therapy used by medical practitioners in order to assist individuals live out a more active, pain-free and drug-free lifestyle.

This is ideal since it is a non-invasive, drug-free solution without any kind of known side effects. All that individuals need to do is to wear it, and they’re good to go. It does not matter what your age is, the $399, Oska Pulse is a high-performance alternative to clinical products, and comes with a specially designed compression wrap which can be worn comfortably anywhere, at any time. Whenever it is “in session”, a soft, pulsing blue light will appear around the perimeter of the device for half an hour, and you would not even know that it is there and working.

Results of the pain relief vary from one person to another, but more importantly, it works!

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2 reviews or comments

HiHat Says: April 13, 2016 at 6:46 am

This sounds like it might be a good product, but unless the cost is covered by insurance, most seniors can’t afford a doodad that costs $399, especially when effective TENS devices are available for as little as $30. Pass…

Maurice Lampl II Says: April 13, 2016 at 8:51 pm

$395 is too steep for this 80-year old senior on Social Security. Have TENS and it’s cheaper too..
I’ll pass on this too….

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