Types of Neck Pain
Neck pain is a broader term concerning discomfort anywhere in the neck area, and in some cases extending down to the upper back and shoulder.
Characteristics of neck pain include:
Muscle ache or spasm
Discomfort in the neck, upper back or shoulders
Stiffness in the neck area
A reduced range of motion or ability to turn the head
Pain that radiates down one or both arms (and sometimes the legs)
What is Oska Pulse?
Oska Pulse is the pain relief device you’ve been searching for. It’s portable, wearable and easy to use, targeting pain at its source. Clinically tested and doctor recommended, it works with the body’s natural recovery processes to aid in the reduction of pain. Drug-free, non-invasive and with no known side-effects, Oska Pulse utilizes Pulsed Electromagnetic Field technology – or PEMF – to help you start living with less pain.
Oska Pulse is suitable for use on all major types of muscle and tissue pain including: back, shoulder, neck, knee, muscle and joint.
It can be used in complement with other treatments as part of your overall management plan or as a stand-alone therapy to soothe muscles and relieve aches and pains.
Technology Behind Oska
You’re probably asking yourself – why have I never heard of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy (PEMF)? Although not widely known, PEMF technology has been utilized in the medical community for over 60 years. Electromedicine is slowly making a resurgence in the United States and Oska Pulse is unique in that it is one of the only portable and affordable PEMF devices on the market.
PEMF uses low level electromagnetic waves that target the source of the various types of pain encouraging recovery at a cellular level, speeding up the natural healing processes of your body.
How It Works?
Oska Pulse emits a continuous pulsing field that passes through all tissue types. These fields will also pass through clothing, so Oska Pulse does not have to be directly in contact with your skin. Imagine a pebble being thrown into a lake – small waves radiate from the center until they disappear into the distance. Similarly, small electromagnetic waves produced by Oska Pulse travel to the pain site to soothe and relieve.