August 4, 2017
Rosemary Lombardo was diagnosed with CRPS after treatment for a common heel injury, plantar fasciitis (heel spurs).
Traditional heel spurs therapy–physical therapy, regular icing, crutches, medication–did not lessen her pain.
Eventually, she could no longer walk due to the pain level she experienced.
The New Jersey woman tried traditional CRPS medications and other pain management treatments, but the pain worsened.
Rosemary consulted directly with the doctor and was approved to undergo scrambler therapy.
Rosemary describes her scrambler therapy pain treatment
Is your pain management medication or therapy leaving you still in pain?
You are not alone, first and foremost.
The majority of our patients arrive at our clinic after trying bags full of medications and undergoing painful and invasive treatments,–spinal cord stimulators, nerve blocks, etc. without achieving pain relief.
If approved for treatment, you will have an opportunity to undergo a painless procedure over the course of 10 days that has no unpleasant side effects.
We are happy to provide a live consultation by phone to talk about your neuropathic pain condition. International callers are welcome to connect with us via FaceTime or Skype.
Our friendly team of Calmare professionals can be reached at (201) 933-4440 or CalmareNJ@gmail.com
We wish we could report that Calmare is a ‘miracle’ treatment and will end your pain. For many this has occurred. But it does not work for every patient, for reasons which can be explained, and sometimes cannot.
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