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Frequently Asked Questions

OSKA has been used by people seeking relief from:

  • Degenerative conditions like osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia.
  • Sports injuries.
  • Post-surgical pain.
  • Sciatic nerve pain.
  • Repetitive strain injury.
  • Stiff joints.
  • CPRS.
  • Endometriosis.

People report pain relief in 95% of cases. We offer a money back guarantee if you are using OSKA for one of the conditions we've specified. Here's our Refunds Policy

Obviously that depends on the severity of the condition and how diligently you use the device. 

Most people notice an improvement after the first few applications. A condition you’ve had for several years will take longer than a few days to resolve. Typically, improvement is noticeable after several weeks, and reinforced with continued use. Persistent use is the key.

The OSKA Pulse is listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) by the TGA as a Medical Device Class 2a. It is registered with the Federal Drug Authority (FDA – USA) as a Class 1 Medical device.

In most cases, yes. HIF pay 75% to a maximum of $200. A 10% discount applies to members who have Super Options or Premium Options and are eligible for External Prosthesis benefits.

HBF rebate 60% to 100% (upper limits may apply). You’ll need ‘Appliances‘ in your policy and apply manually through the HBF app or website. 

Using OSKA

There is no limit but we recommend at least 90 minutes to 3 hours each day. Treatment times should be longer if you’re dealing with chronic pain. Remember that you simply strap it on and leave it.

Under or over clothing – you don’t have to place it on your skin. Locate OSKA close to the source of pain, and try adjacent areas. Sciatic pain felt in the outer hip or thigh may be due to pressure on the sciatic nerve in the lower back. In that case you’d place OSKA in the lumbar region (L4-L5).

OSKA’s treatment area is up to 30cm (12 inches) from its internal coil.

Use whichever is more comfortable.

No, you can wear OSKA as you go about your normal daily activities.  Remember that OSKA is an electronic device so don’t splash or immerse in water.

Yes. Drinking water will optimise PEMF treatment. OSKA’s effects on the cell membrane can help flush toxins from the bloodstream. If you experience headaches during or after use, increase your fluid intake.

Other devices

OSKA’s treatment protocol is unique. It’s designed to replicate our body’s biological healing processes and operates at all stages of phagocytosis – the reorganisation and increase in cellular tensile strength. Other devices we have scrutinised are not so comprehensive.

We believe this is the most advanced application of PEMF technology. 

No. Here’s the difference between OSKA and a TENS device.

No. Your magnetic bracelet uses a static magnet. OSKA Pulse uses a series of modulated pulsed electromagnetic energy fields designed to resonate with (or mimic) the electrical potentials generated by cellular activity during physical activity.

OSKA owners have travelled the world and to our knowledge have never been challenged. Carrying a brochure or user guide would help if questions were asked. 

OSKA uses the same type of batteries used in mobile phones. When in an aircraft, treat OSKA like your mobile phone. When asked to turn your phone off, do the same with OSKA. 

We suggest putting the device in a sock or stocking and pinning it to your clothing. That way it won’t slip out should you fall asleep.

Using the Oska Pulse

How to use your OSKA PULSE