Paula, a certified nurse assistant, was forced to use crutches for 20 months when her hip injury and subsequent surgeries resulted in a CRPS diagnosis.
After an arduous period of failed pain management surgeries, medications and therapies, her doctor recommended she have a surgically-implanted pain device, a dorsal root ganglion stimulator (DRG), placed into her spine.
She declined surgical spinal cord stimulation and chose an alternative medicine option, non-invasive Calmare scrambler therapy, instead.
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After completing 10 Calmare sessions, performed by Dr. Michael Cooney, a global specialist in the treatment of CRPS using scrambler therapy, Paula describes her patient outcome below:
If you are frustrated by your pain management efforts to overcome chronic nerve pain resulting from injury, surgery or disease, contact us to discuss your case with Dr. Cooney. (Phone consultations are complimentary.) Call our New York City area clinic at (201) 933-4440 or email us at email@example.com.