May 2, 2018
Joe arrived from New York State two weeks ago, using a cane for mobility. His pain level was 8/9 due to a four-year battle with CRPS, after an injury in the workplace.
He tried countless medications and pain management treatments over the years, which were not successful.
His therapy options, other than increasingly strong opioids, were limited.
Joe’s wife decided to try a different strategy–
She began to research alternative medicine options and discovered Calmare Therapy, a drug-free, painless solution to combat chronic nerve pain, particularly nerve pain conditions like RSD / CRPS.
Weeks later, Joe arrived at our clinic in New Jersey, feeling equal amounts of hope and skepticism, fearing he would be disappointed again, going home in the same level of pain.
Joe’s RSD Pain Level Decreases Throughout His Therapy
During the course of his Calmare treatments (once daily for 10 days) Joe’s pain level steadily improved:
- After the first week, his pain level fell to a 4/5.
- When he arrived for his sixth session, Joe was no longer using his cane.
- By the conclusion of his tenth and final treatment, his pain level was reduced further to 3/4, and he was no longer using prescription pain medications.
“I wanted to share Joe’s story because he represents some of our patients who do not leave pain-free, but their pain has been significantly reduced, and they are no longer using canes, wheelchairs and other devices to support mobility,” says Dr. Michael Cooney, clinical director at Calmare Therapy NJ USA.
But if you suffer from neuropathy, you can certainly appreciate the vast quality-of-life improvement managing a pain level of ¾ versus 8/9.
When you consult with Dr. Cooney and his team of scrambler therapy professionals, he will explain the variables that will play a role in your eventual outcome.
That’s right, you will be speaking with our clinical director personally about your medical history. Why?
“Calmare is not right for every patient,” says Dr. Cooney.
“By speaking with patients, I can assess if scrambler therapy is a viable treatment option.”
Would you like to have a phone conference with Calmare clinical director Dr. Michael Cooney
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Until then, wishing you and your loved ones a low-pain day.