July 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.

What is plantar fasciitis?

The New Jersey woman tried traditional CRPS medications and other pain management treatments, but the pain worsened.

She discovered Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment online and read about other CRPS patients who had come from around the world for Dr. Michael Cooney’s treatment, many with lower extremity nerve pain.

Rosemary consulted directly with the doctor and was approved to undergo scrambler therapy.

Rosemary describes her scrambler therapy pain treatment