Members of the U.S. Special Forces, specifically the Navy SEALs, have shown positive early results after a two-month, ongoing trial of a chronic pain management device. The devices in the trial, called Oska Pulse, utilizes Pulsed Electromagnetic Field technology as a drug-free complement to physical therapy to help reduce pain and inflammation as a result of injuries in affected military personnel.
The device’s developers, Oska, Inc., DBA Oska Wellness, a San Diego-based consumer health and wellness products company, recently met with senior military personnel and therapists at a local military base to discuss performance results to date.
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