Wearable technology, from fitness trackers, cameras, watches to heart rate monitors, now includes a smart device to manage pain in a non-invasive manner, and most importantly, drug free.
The Oska Pulse is a small, portable, hands-free device designed to help reduce muscle stiffness, temporarily relieve minor pain and increase mobility for people suffering from chronic pain. With the use of proprietary eTec Pulse Technology, the Oska Pulse safely optimizes Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapeutic technology to help release the body’s natural endorphins, a longtime pain relief therapy used to promote the body’s natural recovery process from pain resulting from injury, surgery or trauma.
“I am constantly trying non-invasive, drug free pain management solutions,” said Dr. Joseph Shurman, Anesthesiologist and Chairman of Pain Management at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, California. “Pain management is about easing suffering and improving quality of life and function and I like the fact that the Oska Pulse is easy to use without any known side effects.”
Made in the USA, The Oska Pulse comes with a specially designed compression wrap and can be worn comfortably at any time, under or over clothing and near problem areas while going about normal daily activities such as walking, working in an office or while playing golf.
When the product is “in session,” a soft, pulsing blue light will appear around the perimeter of the device for 30 minutes. Users will experience no sensation, which makes it completely unobtrusive and while some may find immediate benefits, others may need several sessions over a few days before they begin to feel relief.
The company is headquartered in Carlsbad, California.