By Dr. Michael Cooney, Clinical Director
Men are no longer willing to suffer with uncontrolled chronic nerve pain.
June is Men’s Health Month, and an ideal time for us to highlight the fact that men of all ages also battle debilitating chronic pain.
Years ago, men were told to ‘tough it out’ and live in pain.
Not anymore. Today, men aggressively seek pain management solutions to deal with diseases or injuries that resulted in uncontrolled nerve pain.
Since we began offering Calmare scrambler therapy in 2011, we have treated males with chronic pain as a result of injury, surgery or medical condition from ages 11 to nearly 80.
We’ve treated many men who lived with neuropathy for years, believing they could ‘fight through the pain’ or that it would eventually become more manageable.
Unfortunately, neuropathy is not acute, like a cold, and it will not naturally resolve itself over time.
From our clinical experience, the longer one lives with chronic pain, or it is left untreated, the more prolonged the pain management process (pain alleviation) can be.
Clinical studies have also found that men with chronic pain tend to battle depression and anxiety issues.
If you’re a male and plagued by chronic nerve pain, first and foremost, you are not alone.
Secondly, contact your healthcare provider to discuss pharmaceutical and other pain management therapy options.
Emphasize that you are seeking non-invasive pain treatment options first. If your pain level is manageable, you may wish to forego pain medication.
Monitor your results and speak up promptly if you don’t experience pain relief or have adverse side effects to the medication or treatment protocol.
If traditional medication and pain therapy has not lessened or resolved your pain, please feel free to reach out to me personally to discuss your case.
Calmare Therapy is FDA-cleared, drug-free, has no side effects and is painless to undergo.
In the meantime, meet some of the men we have helped overcome their debilitating pain, once and for all:
To discuss if scrambler therapy may help significantly lower your pain level–or eliminate it–email us privately at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our clinic, located in Rutherford, Bergen County, NJ, 15 minutes outside New York City, at (201) 933-4440.