Eliminating CRPS swelling and chronic nerve pain

By Dr. Michael Cooney, Clinical Director

On Jan. 17, 2023, I shared Karissa’s rapid decrease in CRPS-related foot swelling after just two Calmare treatments on my social media channels.

Calmare scrambler therapy can reduce CRPS swelling and chronic nerve pain.

After completing the full 10-treatment series, her nerve pain level also decreased from 8/10 to 0/10, leaving us pain-free. For the next few weeks, she will rest, minimize physical activity, and allow her body to recover and adapt to its new pain-free state.

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Based upon her successful pain treatment outcome, I expect her to experience sustained pain relief.

Karissa relaxes during one of her 10 Calmare Therapy treatments to combat the chronic pain and physical symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

Generally speaking, we can tell after Calmare Therapy treatment #4 if scrambler therapy will achieve significant pain relief. I’m delighted by Karissa’s outcome.

Of course, I wish we could promise that every patient with chronic pain could leave us pain-free. Unfortunately, this is not guaranteed, like any other treatment or medication. However, if traditional pain management and pain medications have not significantly lessened or resolved your neuropathy, I hope you will consider trying a non-invasive, alternative pain therapy like Calmare Therapy.

Your effort might just change your life.

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Neuropathic Pain

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