FAQs Oska® Pulse

What is Oska® Pulse?

Oska® Pulse is a medical pain relief device that works to relieve pain at the source. The device is lightweight, portable and can be worn on any part of your body where there is pain.


How does Oska® Pulse work?

Oska® Pulse uses Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) to help relieve pain. Emitting a 56cm 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.

Oska® is designed to be fully integrated into your lifestyle so that you can benefit from it anytime, wherever you are.


What is PEMF Technology?

PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) is a widely utilized technology by NASA, the VA, Johns 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 ability 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 known side effects and it cannot be over used.


What body parts can I use Oska® Pulse on?

Oska® Pulse can be used anywhere on the body, wherever there is pain and inflammation.


Is Oska® Pulse clinically proven?

Yes. In a randomized, double-blind placebo clinical study, the majority of patients achieved significant pain reduction with Oska® Pulse.* 

*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.


Does Oska® Pulse have side effect?

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.


Is there anyone who should not use the device?

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.


How is Oska® Pulse different than TENS units?

The most remarkable difference is that while TENS provides temporary pain masking, Oska® works at the source of pain. There are ongoing costs of electrodes and frequently will cause skin irritation at the application site.

Oska® Pulse relieves pain, and over time, most find they can decrease usage. There are no ongoing costs and no known side effects.


I wear a magnetic bracelet, how is Oska® Pulse different?

Your magnetic bracelet uses a static magnet. Oska® Pulse uses a series of modulated pulsed electromagnetic energy fields that create a more profound action in the body. These energy fields are designed to resonate with (or mimic) the same electrical potentials (energy) generated by cellular activity in your body that happens naturally during physical activity.


Do I need to lie down when using Oska® Pulse?

No, you can go about your normal daily activities at work or play.  Just don’t go for a swim while wearing it…..Oska® doesn’t like water! It is a valuable bio-electronic device so please treat accordingly. 


Do I need to drink more water when using Oska® Pulse?

Drinking more water will optimize PEMF treatment.   The effects of modulating cell membrane can assist in flushing toxins from the bloodstream. If you experience headaches during or after using Oska®, you should increase your fluid intake. 


How do I know the Oska® Pulse is turned ON?

Press the “POWER” button on the top of the Oska® Pulse once to turn on and start the treatment protocol which run for 90 minutes (1.5 hours).

There is an audible beep and the LED lights inside the case will start glowing. Your Oska® Pulse is designed to turn OFF automatically at the end of the session.  When the Oska® Pulse turns off, there are 3 audible beeps and the LED lights will turn off.


How to turn OFF the Oska® Pulse manually?

To turn OFF before the end of its treatment program, press the “POWER” button three times in quick succession.

Note: Optimal results are achieved when the 4-part sequential program runs to its full completion. 


How often should I use the device?

The recommended usage is the minimum usage. Other than time to charge the devices, you can use them as much as possible. The more use the quicker the result. Just ensure water is being consumed to flush toxins out of body.


Frequent Use is Recommended

Pain Status

Frequency of Use

I Have Pain

2+ times per day

My Pain Is Improving

1-2x per day

My Pain Is Almost Gone

1x per day


As Needed


How do I charge the battery?

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.

The Oska® Pulse is programmed to go in to sleep mode once fully charged. It will not overcharge.

To prolong the life span of the battery, it is advisable to recharge Oska® Pulse every 1 or 2 days, don’t wait until the battery is totally flat.

Note: Do not turned on the device while charging as the electric field may be interrupted during charging.


Is there any warranty period?

Warranty period for manufacturer defect 1 year. Oska, Inc. reserves the right to replace a defective product with the most comparative product currently available.


Can I travel with Oska® Pulse?

Yes! Oska® Pulse is approved for air and ground travel.  However, if requested please hand Oska® Pulse to designated authorities for direct inspection. Be sure to keep Oska® Pulse in your carry-on luggage...it's great on the plane, too!


Where do I place Oska® Pulse?

Oska® Pulse can be used under or over clothing so you don’t have to place it on your skin. Place Oska® close to the source of pain, not necessarily where you feel the pain. For example, sciatic pain felt in the outer hip or thigh area, may be due to pressure on the sciatic nerve in the lower back. In this case, place Oska® in the lumbar region (L4-L5).


Do I place the curved or flat side to my body?

You can place either surface, flat or curved to the area you are treating. Use whichever is the most comfortable.  Oska® Pulse covers an effective treatment area of up to 30cm (12 Inches) from its internal coil.


How long before I feel a benefit?

Most people notice an improvement quite quickly, even after the first few applications.   However, this may not be everyone's experience.   A condition you’ve had for several years will take longer than a few days to resolve.  Typically, improvement is noticeable after several weeks, and reinforced with continued use.   Consistency is the key to get the most from your device. 


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