New technology shows promise for pain relief
As someone who has suffered from back and neck pain for many years, mostly as a result of a car accident and also years of abuse to my body from competitive gymnastics and hard-core physical training, I have sought out remedies for relief in every direction. I have just learned about Oska, which is getting incredible results with people with all types of pain management issues.
The device resembles on oversized hi-tech computer mouse with a glowing neon light. It is turned on with a push of a button for a 30-minute cycle, and it can be placed on the body with an ACE-bandage style belt that comes with it, or it can be placed under a pillow or close by the body.
Oska employs Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF), a technique that uses direct magnetic fields to reduce inflammation in the body and increase blood circulation to reduce pain, heal bones and improve overall body function. For more than 60 years, big governmental entities like NASA and sporting organizations such as the NBA and NFL have been using this type of therapy for decades. Only now is it cost effective and convenient for the average consumer.
For many of us who suffer from chronic pain and have tried TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation), physical therapy, prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications, accupunture, massage and many other modalities to get relief, Oska holds the promise of painless, drug-free and side-effect-free liberation from our pain.
One of the inspiring success stories of Oska is a woman named Shelby Short, the wife of a current Camp Pendleton Sargent, who has suffered from excruciating scoliosis since she was 16. In fact, two surgeries in her young adult life left her vertebra C4 – L4 completely fused. Pumped full of pain medications daily, Shelby and her husband’s lives have been nearly entirely ruled by her condition, leaving her extremely limited in what she can do every day.
This all changed when she was recently introduced to Oska. After using the product every day for nearly three weeks, Shelby is off nearly all of her pain medications and has regained her life.
For people like Shelby and myself, finding an alternative to medications that have harmful side effects and impact our ability to function in other areas of our lives is a Godsend. With so many people suffering from opioid addiction due to pain issues, Oska could be a life-altering way to manage pain and live a better life, for those who experience debilitating pain and those who love them.
The exciting testimonials from Oska users is heartening, and the fact that the company offers the device with a money-back guarantee shows their sincerity of helping people. If it does not help your pain, then you may return it for a full refund. For those who are seeking an alternative to medications and for whom traditional treatments have failed, Oska may be the answer to eliminating or reducing pain for a better quality of life.