Oska Pulse Australia

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Our partnership with Oska Pulse happened by accident. Leigh was talking to the Australian distributors and provided them with a testimonial for how she uses her Oska Pulse are part of her treatment for CRPS in her ankle. Leigh has shared her experience on a number of online forums because it’s something that actually works for managing her allodynia and pain.

When we were getting ready to launch No Spoons, Leigh figured she’d write up a review so she could provide people with a link to all the answers to the questions they inevitably ask when she talks about her experience with her Oska. Leigh shared the link with Shirley from Oska Pulse Australia to support the testimonial she’d written earlier. After chatting more, Shirley offered us a discount code for our spoonies.

So if you decide that you want to give it a go, make sure you use ‘NOSPOONS‘ at checkout and receive 10% off the RRP.

What is Oska Pulse?

Oska PulseThe Oska Pulse is a wearable, portable device that utilises Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy to help manage pain and promote recovery. It is designed to deliver non-invasive electromagnetic pulses to targeted areas of the body, providing relief from various types of pain and supporting overall wellness. Simply put, Oska is a drug free and pain free therapy.

It’s very unassuming little device that is lightweight and battery-operated (charged with a mini USB cable). It almost looks like a kids toy when it’s on and the blue lights are pulsing. The Singaporean refers to it as my ankle monitor.

Read more about Leigh’s experience with the Oska Pulse, pricing and Spoonie discount codes here.

Disclaimer: No Spoons to Cook is based on our own experience and research, and what we know works best for us. It is not medical advice. Our recipes focus on low inflammatory ingredients, whole foods and are founded in ketogenic and low carb ways of eating. We encourage spoonies to stay curious, ask questions, do your own research, listen to your body and to work with a Registered Dietitian or Medical Professional when appropriate to tailor your nutritional needs to support your care plan and goals.

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