How two years of pemf therapy with Oska Pulse improved my daily pain levels from fibromyalgia, arthritis, and inflammation.
The Disabled Diva Blog Recap February 11, 2019. Make your Valentine’s day a great one despite your chronic illness and tips for a good night’s sleep!
Want to give your Valentine a gift they will cherish and use forever?! Forget lingerie or jewelry! This year purchase something that you and they can appreciate and benefit from. Give them and yourself the gift of pain relief!
Weekend recap January 14-18 2019 It was a long, wet, and painful week here in southern California! I hope this post finds you feeling the best that […]
Around 4pm on Tuesday, an unbearable pain overtook my collarbone. It seriously felt like a toddler was jumping up and down on it!! With tears in my eyes, I scrambled to figure out how to relieve it.
From this day forward, the drug-free pain relief device that people like me are falling in love with every day now has……
When my chronic illnesses first stole my ability to hit the dance floor, I didn’t really think much about what I had lost…. Then last year a burning desire to move my feet ignited……..
Choosing a PEMF pain relief device is not an easy decision. There are many things to consider when comparing PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic fields) devices. How much will it cost? Does it address your needs? Will it fit your lifestyle?
Throughout the past two years I have shared how PEMF therapy has improved my life. Today I am going to help you find the device that fits your needs!
To begin winning my battle with chronic pain I had to start with one symptom at a time and problem at a time. It didn’t occur overnight, but with patience and perseverance, I am closer to where I was before becoming chronically ill.
With PEMF therapy you can treat your chronic pain and illnesses on the go and at home. In this article I share tips to help you get the most out of your therapy!
Tips for treating your lower back and/or hip pain with this drug free pain relief device whether you are at home or on the go!
Today marks my 4 month anniversary of treating my chronic pain with Oska Pulse. Discover how it has improved my chronic life.
I have been living with multiple chronic illnesses for over 17 years. Throughout this time I have learned to expect my body to fail my expectations. Some of those failures were due to my own unrealistic expectations of what I wanted to do and others were the result of my conditions progressing making it impossible for my body to do what it had been. If I have learned anything throughout my chronic life it is that I should always expect the unexpected…..
Different Ways to Treat Fibromyalgia May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day, but I am declaring it Fibromyalgia Awareness Week! All week long a handful of fabulous guest bloggers and I are sharing the different ways […]
Same Diseases, Different Treatments Finding What Works For You This month at The Disabled Diva I am sharing how I treat my top 4 chronic illnesses: Psoriatic Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Endometriosis, and Psoriasis. Because I recognize that […]
Treating Psoriatic Arthritis Naturally The Disabled Diva Learn more about my treatment: CBD Lotion Cheeba Chews Exercise See all treatment posts […]
Oska Pulse Frequency and Distance Demonstration I have had several people inquire about how the Oska Pulse frequency works at different ranges. Here is a video from Steve Collins of Oska Wellness, in which he answers this question […]
Find out how the Oska Pulse is more than a pain relief device and how it is actually preventing pain in my latest update. In addition, I share other conditions and illnesses that this type […]
I enjoyed a little over two months without having my stomach bloated and was able to eat without pain. During that time I experienced a lot of ripping from my sidewall. While painful, it was welcome as it meant that the adhesions were loosening. Because my belly wasn’t in a constant state of turmoil I was able to start an exercise routine. Unfortunately, I knew that it would be only a matter of time until the pulling, bloating, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting would return.