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If you suffer from osteoarthritis or knee pain and you’ve tried everything (steroid injections, collagen supplements, NSAIDs, etc) but nothing works—read on to discover the real reason why…
Tired of Temporary Fixes for knee pain and osteoarthritis?
Discover the Truth About Osteoarthritis and Cost-Effective Solutions
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis. One in two adults will develop osteoarthritis of the knee.[1]


The knee is the most frequently affected joint, with a prevalence of 365 million (365,000,000).[2] 

Cartilage Decay
The Sign of Osteoarthritis

Cartilage is a slippery tissue between the ends of the bones in a joint, absorbing the shock of movement and preventing bones from rubbing together.

Over time, cartilage decay in osteoarthritis can lead to permanent damage to the joint, causing pain, swelling, and stiffness.

Picture the cartilage, that gel-like, shock-absorbing layer between your bones, wearing thin. Now, every time you try to do the simplest things like getting up and down stairs, in and out of a chair, or lying on the bed to sleep… the movement movement grinds the bones against each other and makes you feel uncomfortable.


What you hear, that disconcerting crack or grind, is a stark warning - a call to action. Because it involves the gradual erosion of your joint cartilage.


While there have been promising developments in treatment, osteoarthritis currently has no cure.

Treatments typically focus on PISS:

  • Painkillers/Physiotherapy,

  • Inflammatory Suppressants (or anti-inflammatory drugs),

  • Steroid Injections,

  • Surgery


But do they actually work?


Here’s the shocker. A meta-analysis published in BMJ by the British Medical Association of 169 individual clinical trials showed that these injections are no better than placebos. Worse, they can even have side effects.

What about NSAIDs (Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)? Sorry, those aren’t effective either. OA is a non-inflammatory disease, but a degenerative one. That means anti-inflammatory drugs are not going to relieve your OA knee pains.


At Hydragun, we believe that everyone deserves to live without the constraints of knee pain. To turn this mission into reality, we recognize the urgent need for effective, accessible solutions.

That is why our team has dedicated countless hours to meticulously researching and developing a solution tailored for individuals like you.

After countless research hours, our team has found evidence on

heat and vibrative therapy having positive outcomes in managing osteoarthritis of the knee.[3][4]


Are there studies to back this up?

Numerous studies and clinical trials have long backed the efficacy of both heat therapy and vibration therapy for the treatment of osteoarthritis. Below are links to published research works which you can read in their entirety.


“Treatment with combined CPM, vibration and local heating significantly improved pain, quality of life and ROM in patients with OA-K. In addition, the treatment appears to be safe (at least during 4-week treatment period) and, along with its demonstrated efficacy, provides an attractive primary or adjunctive treatment for this condition.”


“Heat application positively affected the pain and physical function of patients with knee OA. It also increased the quality of life scores of physical function, pain and general health perception of the patients. In the light of the results, it is suggested that the patients should be encouraged to apply heat on their knees at home.”


“The promising effect of LMV on the improvement of knee ROM was shown for individuals with knee OA … it could be suggested that the application of LMV can lead to a reduced level of disability in individuals with knee OA.”


The best part is, technology has now developed to the point where you can get both heat and vibration therapy in one convenient and simple device.


No more having to book an appointment once a week to see your doctor or therapist and pay hundreds of dollars every session, or set up huge clunky machines at home.


All you have to do is strap it on, sit back and relax while it applies heat and vibration directly to your aching knee.


Introducing the
HeatPulse Knee Massager

Heat and vibration therapy for fast, targeted knee pain relief

Living with osteoarthritis can be a daily struggle, but finding relief doesn't have to be. Introducing the second-generation HeatPulse Knee Massager, the ultimate solution for those suffering from this debilitating condition.

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Hear it from Larry Fromm, a 60-year-old avid skier, mountain biker, and a doting grandfather to five, whose life was once overshadowed by the debilitating pain of knee osteoarthritis.

 He feared not just the risks of surgery, but also the impact it would have on his active lifestyle and precious moments with his grandkids. Despite the daily struggle, his determination never wavered. Here's what he said about knee pain.

There are 5 things you need to do to manage knee pain. Treatments typically focus on SWIFT.

SWIFT Method


Weight training

Infrared heat

Food and supplements

Targeted vibration

Sleep is when the body repairs itself. That’s why getting enough deep sleep every night is important.


Lifting weights is important to build strength and balance. You don’t have to be a powerlifter or bodybuilder when it comes to lifting weights. But as you age, you lose muscle mass at about 3-8% every 10 years after 30. This rate increases even more after 60.


People who do not lift weights to build muscle end up frail in their older years.


Next, food and supplementation is important to help fuel your body’s recovery. Glucosamine is one of the important supplements to help cartilage repair and maintenance.


Of the 5 things, I was already doing these 3 things. I sleep at least 8 hours every night. I hit the gym almost every day. And I do take joint supplements on the daily.


But what about infrared heat and targeted vibration? Those were new to me. I had never heard of those 2 things before that moment.

I was curious about how they helped with osteoarthritis and knee pain. So I dug deeper into the research. Here’s what I found.

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Far-infrared heat is able to permeate and reach deeper into the joints and increase blood flow better than surface level heating devices.


The heat also increases fluid production and vibration helps keep it moving so that friction is reduced and your joints and cartilage stay healthy. 


Heat also has a soothing effect which helps work as an anesthetic and pain reliever. And targeted vibration has been shown to improve muscle strength and performance through tissue stimulation.


All of which help with pain reduction and management that comes with osteoarthritis.

With its unique combination of soothing heat and therapeutic vibration, the HeatPulse Knee Massager emerges as a standout solution for those seeking simplicity, convenience, and effectiveness in their recovery routine.


Its transformative impact on knee recovery is not just a singular experience; a multitude of satisfied users and publications have attested to its effectiveness.

We guarantee every purchase with our 30-day “Love it or return it” policy. Buy it, try it, and if for whatever reason you don’t like it, return it to us for a full refund.

Here’s How It Works

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One Control Pod, Two Different Settings:
Heat and Vibrative Power of

The HeatPulse Knee Massager is powered by DeepTherm far-infrared graphene technology. This advanced system penetrates deeply into the muscles, offering more profound and lasting relief. The combination of heat and vibrative therapy works synergistically to reduce muscle tension, boost blood circulation, and activate your body's natural healing mechanisms.

The massager is equipped with two vibrating nodes, delivering focused and gentle pulse vibrations directly to the knee area. This targeted action provides a comforting massage, easing the discomfort in sore and tired joints.


In tandem, the device generates warmth, driving a nutrient-rich blood flow to the knee joint, an essential factor in fostering the body’s self-repair processes.

Our HeatPulse Knee is 50% hotter and heats up to 70°C (158°F) with the DeepTherm™ technology, making it hotter than your average knee massager.

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What sets DeepTherm apart is its use of far-infrared technology, different from typical infrared sources. Unlike regular infrared heat sources, far-infrared delves deeper into muscle tissue, activating heat shock proteins, enhancing vasodilation, and improving nutrient absorption. DeepTherm's graphene composition uniquely emits far-infrared that is optimally absorbed by the human body, enhancing its therapeutic effects.

Together, these features of the HeatPulse Knee Massager offer immediate and sustained relief from knee pain, effectively addressing conditions like osteoarthritis and other joint-related issues.

The HeatPulse Knee Massager
was featured by these media publications


Trusted by 20,000+ professionals and customers

Peter Kirk: The Runner

Peter Kirk, an ardent runner for over 15 years, grappled with the chronic pain of arthritis in his right knee. Despite advice to run through the pain, a breakthrough came with the HeatPulse Knee Massager. This device not only eased his soreness but also empowered him to continue his passion for running. Its heat and vibration therapy specifically targeted his pain, providing both relief and a chance to reclaim his active lifestyle. Peter's experience highlights the HeatPulse Knee Massager's transformative potential: more than enduring pain, it's about embracing comfort and convenience. Now, Peter enjoys his runs and relaxes pain-free, showing what this innovative solution can offer to those battling similar discomfort.

Here is a full review by a famous physiotherapist.

With over 400,000 subscribers on YouTube, renowned over-50s specialist physiotherapist Will Harlow gives the second-generation HeatPulse Knee Massager a glowing review of 7.5 out of 10, praising its 'doubled battery life,' 'updated user interface,' and 'new design to the straps for one-handed application.'


He highlights its effectiveness for 'knee arthritis, knee ligaments sprains, patellofemoral joint problems, meniscus injuries, and a host of other issues.'

With its DeepTherm ability to 'bring nice healthy blood flow to the knee' and improve pain by loosening stiffness, Harlow absolutely loves how this can be useful especially after a long day of work.


He specifically notes that 'the heat helps to sort of loosen the area and stiffness because the warmer the tissues around the knee get, the looser they become.' This endorsement from a respected physiotherapist underscores the HeatPulse Knee Massager's potential to significantly improve quality of life for those with knee-related ailments.

And you shouldn’t even have to think twice.

With Hydragun’s 30-day risk-free guarantee, you’ll have plenty of time to see if the HeatPod works for you.

If it doesn’t, then just get in touch with the team and you’ll get 100% of your money back.


No questions, no hassle, no guilt trips, and no hidden fees.


That’s how confident we are in how good it is. And after having 20,000+ customers, athletes, publications and other media outlets experience the wonders of the HeatPulse Knee, we have every reason to be.

You’re already hurting—but it won’t hurt to give the HeatPulse Knee a shot.


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