March 1, 2018
By Dr. Michael J. Cooney, Clinical Director
I have been treating people in pain for more than 30 years. Providing successful pain relief for fibromyalgia sufferers has been especially challenging because many, if not most, therapies are often unsuccessful.
In the worst case scenario, you could be worse.
As a result, people with fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) are dependent on pain medications for relief, which can introduce its own set of problems and ongoing expenses.
The chronic nature of fibromyalgia symptoms interferes with job performance and attendance, personal relationships and ultimately dampens the overall quality of life.
Women are ten times more likely to develop fibromyalgia.
FDA-cleared Calmare scrambler therapy uses a drug-free, non-invasive, biophysical scrambler therapy to transmit a “no pain” message from the brain to the area in pain using electrodes similar to what you might use for an EKG.
After treating more than 1,000 patients since 2011, we’ve experienced an overall success rate of 80 percent, which includes people living with fibromyalgia.
What does “success rate” mean?
In order to be considered part of our 80% success rate, the patient is required to achieve an outcome that reflects a very significant decrease in pain which is sustained for an increasing period of time after each treatment.
In several cases, patients leave treatment at a 0/10 on the traditional pain scale.
Scrambler therapy is not a “miracle” treatment
But let me be clear─Calmare is not a “one-time-only” miracle cure.
Our FDA-cleared therapy is administered during a 10-treatment series, each lasting about an hour, which includes preparation, treatment and recovery.
In nearly all cases, the patient experiences no pain or discomfort during or after therapy.
The importance of your Calmare Therapy treatment provider
Should you be qualified to undergo Calmare Therapy for fibromyalgia or another type of pain management, a word of advice:
Research and confirm your therapy is performed by a doctor who has advanced expertise in understanding the musculoskeletal system and how pain is communicated between the brain and the receptors in the body.
Ensure they have successfully treated several patients with your specific condition.
If your therapy is performed by someone with less expertise, your results may be diminished.
Also, there are currently only seven providers in the U.S. who have been certified to perform Calmare Therapy, including myself.
Scrambler therapy patients defeating fibro pain weigh in
If you’re a fibromyalgia sufferer, don’t give up the fight to find a cure for your pain.
Ask about our exclusive Patient-to-Patient Program where we will put you directly in touch with a patient who has already completed the therapy.
I am always available to answer any questions or talk about your particular healthcare situation. Feel free to contact me anytime.
Michael Cooney is a doctor of chiropractic at Rutherford Allied Medical Group in Bergen County, New Jersey.
He is one of only seven (2018) Certified Calmare Therapy providers in the U.S.
The FDA-cleared MC-5A scrambler therapy device has proven to be successful in the treatment of neuropathy (nerve pain) as a result of injury, RSD, fibromyalgia, radiating pain, cancer and chemotherapy treatment, PHN, diabetic pain, back and neck pain, post surgical pain, failed back surgery syndrome, and general neuropathy.
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