March 5, 2019
As some of you know, we are now helping people with treatment-resistant chronic back pain and sciatica.
This is especially useful for seniors who have already tried other traditional therapies and medications but did not achieve relief.
Rina’s chronic sciatica pain grew progressively worse as she tried medications and other therapies, including alternative medicine, to lessen her back pain.
In fact, she was verging on losing her ability to live independently while only in her early 70’s.
A savvy user of the internet, she took matters into her own hands and discovered Dr. Cooney and his MC-5A Calmare scrambler therapy device in northern NJ.
After completing a phone consultation with the doctor, where they discussed her current medication usage and previous therapy efforts, they mutually agreed that Calmare Therapy may be a viable therapy.
Rina tells her story below:
How the Calmare MC-5A technology can significantly lessen treatment-resistant lumbar and sciatica neuropathy
Our device reduces sciatic and spinal neuropathy by creating an artificial neuron that retrains the brain by sending a ‘no-pain’ signal along the sciatic root to the brain.
It’s key to understand the distinction between
a sciatic/lumber neuritis and a sciatic/lumbar neuropathy.
The neuropathy (chronic pain) is constant; the pain may vary from low to high, but the discomfort never goes away completely. This chronic, never-ending nerve pain is the root cause that scrambler therapy can relieve.
Conversely, a sciatic/lumbar neuritis is usually a structural or biomechanical problem, such as a pinched nerve or ligament damage. These types of conditions should be treated by chiropractors or physical therapists who specialize in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
What if my pain comes back?
Depending on the severity of the original condition and the length of time the patient has been experiencing chronic pain, periodic booster treatments may be required to combat any return of pain.
Is Calmare technology comparable to a TENS unit?
No. The Calmare® MC-5A device creates a low energy electrical impulse which travels through the patient’s nerves delivering a “no-pain” signal to the brain.
This scrambles (disrupts) the brain’s misfiring pain signal that the area of pain is normal and eventually results in prolonged pain relief.
TENS units are self-use devices that can temporarily lessen pain but when discontinued provide no lasting pain resolution.
To find out if your chronic back pain or sciatic condition may be suitable for Calmare therapy, contact us using the form below, email us privately at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 201-933-4440 and Dr. Michael Cooney will speak with you directly about your chronic pain challenge.