I mentioned a couple months ago that I was trying out a new device for my chronic pain. The product is the Oska Pulse. The Pulse is a wearable Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) device that is supposed to restore electric potential to cells and re-normalize them. It’s small, light, simply to use, non-invasive, and appropriate for many people. However, if you have any sort of implantable electronic device (e.g. pacemaker, spinal cord stimulator) then this is not the device for you. For some people, the Pulse appears to be life changing in the way it decreases chronic pain and inflammation. Oska claims that 9 out of 10 people get relief from the device. The cost is $399 USD. There are promo codes sometimes giving you $50 off.
Unfortunately I was the 1 in 10 that did not seem to benefit from this device. I tried for months, sometimes 8 times a day. I was not able to wear the device because of my various sensitivities to touch, but it did not feel like anything when it was on. I was worried I would notice some sort of sensation, even though Oska says you will not feel anything. I was pleasantly surprised because I didn’t feel anything. No issue there.
The device has one button on it, and one USB plug-in for charging. This made it exceptionally easy to use. I got about 30 sessions out of a charge, with each session lasting 30 minutes. Pulsing glowing lights on the device indicate when it is turned on, with a solid light when it is charging.
Oska has a 90-day money back guarantee, which they extended for me to let me try the device for longer. They gave me an extra 60 days to see if I could get results! I thought that was great, because they really seem to want their device to help people. It is still a business, but remember there is no better marketing than satisfied customers. For orders in the continental U.S., Oska will pay for return shipping as well if you need to return the Pulse. Since I’m in Canada, I did have to pay to send it back. It was about $28 for the shipping. The refund went through very quickly with no issue after Oska received the device back.
I gave the Pulse a good trial, and I’m sad to say I did not receive any noticeable benefit from it. It’s too bad that it didn’t work for me. I really wanted it to, for many reasons. My mom tried it out as well for her various aches, she thought she got some benefit from it but she had to use it on too many areas.
Now we arrive at the ultimate question for a product review. Would I recommend this?
Yes. I would recommend this product because it has the potential to help and does not have the potential to harm when used appropriately. (Remember this product is not suitable for people with implanted electronic devices.) The return policy is awesome, so the most you will be out is the shipping price if you are outside the U.S. If the Pulse does help enough to replace other modalities, it could actually save you money in the long run as long as you are in the position to invest initially. So even though the Oska Pulse didn’t work for me, I would definitely recommend this product for the low-risk high-reward possibilities.
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*This review is not sponsored by, or affiliated with Oska Pulse. All opinions are my own, and are not being influenced via payment/ paid content.*