After seven unsuccessful surgeries trying to lessen his post-surgical CRPS neuropathy, pain management doctors recommended Ketamine or a spinal cord stimulator to control his pain.
Rob, a 42-year-old electrician from New Jersey, was living with a consistent 7/10 on the pain scale.
With limited mobility, he was eventually unable to perform the work he loved.
His pain management team ultimately recommended he undergo Ketamine infusions or have a spinal stimulator (SCS) implanted into his back to control his chronic pain.
He refused both options.
Instead, he chose to undergo drug-free, non-invasive Calmare scrambler therapy with Dr. Michael Cooney:
Calmare scrambler therapy has no side effects and is painless to undergo.
It is cleared by the FDA in the USA.