What is CPRS?
CRPS usually follows a limb injury. Damaged nerve fibres cause a painful burning sensation that radiates outwards from the point of trauma. Neurological pain can persist for many months after the original cause has been resolved.Symptoms include burning sensations that vary in intensity. They can be out of proportion to the severity of the original injury.The affected area can become extremely sensitive; even the weight of clothing can cause severe discomfort.With a PEMF delivery method called Sequential Treatment Protocol, the OSKA Pulse creates an environment that encourages cellular regeneration, reducing inflammatory pain.
Are there other options?
Based on its general success with pain remediation, the OSKA Pulse PEMF device is now being coupled with other modalities. People with CRPS can be highly sensitive to touch; as OSKA does not have to be placed directly on the body, it is an ideal medical option. The usable range extends up to 30 cms / 12 inches. Positive benefits are suggested by anecdotal data, most likely due to decreased inflammation and a quicker natural healing process.
Supporting your CRPS treatments
Oska PUlse for your CRPS
Many people have used the OSKA Pulse to relieve pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in addition to other prescribed medications and therapies.
Based on its general success with pain remediation, the OSKA Pulse PEMF device is now being coupled with other modalities. People with CRPS can be highly sensitive to touch; as OSKA does not have to be placed directly on the body, it is an ideal medical option
How does Oska PUlse Help
How does OSKA help with CRPS?
Using a series of specific frequencies, waveforms and varying intensity levels, OSKA mimics the four phases of natural healing.
The OSKA Pulse can be a part of your pain management program at home or at work. It can be used alone or in partnership with your health practitioner
CRPS Case Study
Patient TM was injured at work in 1998 when a computer fell onto her left foot. The initial diagnosis was a fracture of 2 toes and the associated metatarsal joints. The patient received appropriate treatment but after 2 weeks bruising was tracking up the foot. Three weeks after the initial injury a vascular surgeon confirms a diagnosis of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) via bone scan.
Double blind clinical trial
Treating Chronic Pain Using the Oska Pulse Device, a double-blind clinical trial with placebo