Tips for treating neck pain with Oska Pulse

tips for reducing neck pain with oska pulse

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Tips for treating neck pain with Oska Pulse

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I have been using Oska Pulse to reduce and eliminate pain caused by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and more on a daily basis since March 24, 2017.

One of my most debilitating pains is the pain that stems from my neck.  During this time I have experienced relief from daily neck pain and shorter and less painful flares when it acts up.  I experience both muscular and nerve pain in my neck.

Since using Oska Pulse I no longer experience neck pain on a daily basis and when I do it is not as intense as it used to be and the time to recover from it has decreased.

Today I am going to share three different ways I use my Oska Pulse to target this particular area.

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Neck pillow

By wrapping my Oska Pulse around a neck pillow the device stays in place and fits comfortably around my neck.  I prefer this method while flying, riding in the car, lying in bed, or when sitting on furniture that doesn’t have a high back.

Back of chair

Depending on the width of your chair, the strap that comes with Oska Pulse may not be long enough to reach around.  I use a long knit scarf to wrap mine around my recliner.  This is great when I am spending the day writing or watching TV in my recliner.

Sash

Using the strap that is included with Oska Pulse or a knit scarf, I wear mine like a sash.  This is best when I am on the go.  I can walk, cook, clean, go grocery shopping, and more during my treatment sessions.

I hope these tips help you stay committed to treating your neck and reduces your pain! And remember, Oska Pulse can’t help you if you don’t use it! Be consistent!  I typically treat my neck for 2 or 3 sessions a day and more on a bad day.  Ready to try Oska Pulse yourself?  Save $55 with promo code DIVA

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