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Celebrating the Calmare Therapy NJ USA Team

December 19, 2017

It was a rare occasion to see the Calmare team outside the office. But yesterday, we snuck out for a few hours to celebrate each other and our very special team.

Namrata (left) with Cathy

I would like to offer my deepest thanks and appreciation to our pain management physician, Dr. Robert Kelly; Barbara, our practice manager for more than 25 years; patient-favorite and beloved Calmare patient coordinator & administrator, Cathy; and our incredibly caring and skillful physical therapists, Namrata and Alicia.

Dr. Cooney and Barbara.

It is not an easy task to assemble the right healthcare team, but we have done it.

You all mean the world to me, and our patients across the globe.

Merry Christmas!

Dr. Cooney

 

 

Mississippi man says no to more surgery and invasive treatments for his RSD

Since introducing Calmare Therapy, I’ve had the opportunity to meet some spectacular people who I would never have met otherwise. Here’s a perfect example–

It’s not every day that a Jersey City boy (me) meets up with a southern gentleman from Mississippi.  But Matt Hannon heard about Calmare Therapy and came up to see us for five treatments.  He’s a family man and a very bright fellow (some kind tech expert) and chief of the local volunteer fire department. He was also living with a severe case of RSD he could not get off his back.

Medical History:

He was diagnosed by his doctor with RSD in his right foot following lower back disc surgery. He limped and experienced extreme pain after walking about 10 minutes. To get through the day, he took a battery of OTC and prescribed pain medications.

Facing more recommended surgery and/or the implantation of a spinal cord stimulator, Matt took matters into his own hands.  He began Calmare scrambler therapy  May 20 with a pain level of 7/8.  After four Calmare treatments,  he came in with a 2/3 and post treatment (#5) he was a 0/10. 

He shared his experience with us and generously allowed us to share it with you below: 

Matt from MS
R. Matt Hannon

“Had an AWESOME successful week with Doctor Cooney at Calmare Therapy in New Jersey.  I traveled over 1,000 miles each way and it was worth every second and every penny. It has given me my life back. I still have some numbness, tingly and temperature departures but I can definitely deal with this. I have not been able to walk more than 10-15 minutes in 2 years and one day walked over an hour as well as traveling through the airports using NO pain meds! I also met 2 other female patients there who also had success with their RSD this week as well.

Dr. Cooney cares greatly for what he does and is literally changing lives. Kathy in the office was great as well and very kind.

I hope the treatments I had are good for life, but if they are not, I will definitely go back here only. Feel free to comment or inbox me with any questions. This is pain free and risk free, you have NOTHING to risk or lose!

My doctors here wanted me to have more surgery and a neurostimulator.  But I took my health in my own hands and did my research for the best Calmare anywhere. I have no ties to Doctor Cooney and was a complete stranger (coming all the way from Mississippi).

Truth?  I was skeptical because I had tried so many treatments through the years. After the first treatment ,I amazed and even jogged down the hall from the elevator to my room! Again please contact me if you are skeptical and contact Doctor Cooney today. Even my family was skeptical, but this changed my life and I am very grateful!

Thank you all and good luck and God Bless.”

Matt Hannon

Five Ways Your Prescription Pain Medication Is Hurting You

By Dr. Michael J. Cooney

For many people, prescription pain medication is a way of life. Unfortunately, use of these drugs is not without cost. We have outlined the five ways pain medications have a negative impact on your body and overall health.

1. Weakens Your Natural Pain Control

Your body was designed to cope with extensive pain by releasing chemicals to the site of injured areas. Pain medications decrease the need for these chemicals to be produced by the body.

2. Debilitating & Harmful Side Effects

Pain medications have side effects―nausea, sleep disruption, lack of mental clarity, lack of energy, depression and potential damage to key organs such as liver, kidney, and heart. These side effects can occur as soon as the first pill you consume.

3. Drugs Do Not Resolve the Pain

Rather, they only help to mask the symptoms as opposed to identifying and alleviating the root cause of the pain. In other words, the use of pain medication is often without end.

4. Potential Interactions With Other Medications

It can be as simple as having to use an alternative allergy medication to avoid complications with your pain medicine. Or it can be as severe as having an emergency illness that requires surgery or additional medicine. If your current pain medications interact negatively with the surgery or additional medicine, your healthcare protocol can be compromised.

5. Exorbitant Prescription Drug Costs

 The prices that prescription drugmakers charge wholesalers increased at 15.5 times the overall producer inflation rate last year, according to a Senate report. Patients have come to our practice spending as much as $2,700/month out of their own pockets for pain medication.

This is one of the reasons we are so encouraged by the results of Calmare Therapy. There are no drugs and no side effects. The FDA has studied, tested and approved the use of the device in the United States. And the cost of 10 treatments pales in comparison to that of prescription drugs. We hope you will contact us to talk about an entirely new option to end the pain. It’s the solution for a new age and we look forward to sharing it with you.

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