PEMF VS TENS
Oska Pulse is not a TENS Device. So what is a TENS?
'TENS' is an acronym for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
A 'TENS' device is connected to the skin using two or more electrodes to which a low voltage, non-invasive electrical current is passed across the skin. This low risk nerve stimulation signal is intended to reduce pain, both acute and chronic by reducing the perception of pain.
There is certainly a place for TENS particularly where instant relief is sought. However it must be understood that this machine is designed for temporary relief only and not for deep seated cell regeneration. It does not deal with the cause of pain, it simply designed to mask pain.
Uncomfortable, sticky pads
Oska Pulse Comparison
Works at the source of pain.
A once only cost.
Non-invasive - no skin contact needed.
No known side effects.
Lightweight, portable and easy to use.
Only masks the symptoms of pain.
Ongoing costs of purchasing electrodes.
Must be in contact with the skin.
May cause irritation at application site.
Difficult to wear throughout the day.