She arrived in a wheelchair due to the effects of CRPS after a knee injury.
Abby’s pain was spreading throughout the left side of her body and her family worried she was approaching full body RSD.
It was a true Herculean effort for this mother and daughter to make the trip here to New Jersey, make no mistake.
The scrambler therapy goal
Our mission was simple:
Curtail the pain (which was a consistent 8-10) so that Abby could walk again.
Ten Calmare treatments later…
Unlike some patients, Abby didn’t experience significant pain reduction after the first few scrambler therapy treatments.
But we pressed on.
After treatment 5, we had a breakthrough and her pain began to decrease and last for longer periods of time.
By the end of her 10-treatment cycle, Abby left us without needing the wheelchair–just two weeks later.
Abby’s Calmare treatment was performed without:
- side effects
- any significant pain during the treatment
Abby is continuing to walk and regain the strength in her legs. While she sometimes uses a walker for support, she continues to improve (under the watchful eye of a great mom, which never hurts 😉
Danielle shared this acknowledgement on Facebook and kindly permitted us to share it here with you:
“If you or a family member have CRPS and don’t know what the machine in this picture is or who the doctor pictured with my daughter is you need to be informed. Check out Calmare Therapy. My recommendation hands down! My daughter was in a wheelchair unable to even stand on her own and is now able to walk with her walker and is gaining every day.
Calmare Therapy is changing our lives and giving my child her life back!
Dr. Cooney in NJ is awesome and worth every penny if your insurance doesn’t cover it.
Check out his website:
I cannot stress enough to call him. He PERSONALLY will call you back and talk over your case.”
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