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Caterpillar Walk 2016 for Fibromyalgia in NYC

Caterpillar event_2_2016May 10, 2016

On Saturday, May 7, I had the honor and privilege to be part of the annual Caterpillar Walk for fibromyalgia held at Hudson River Park in Manhattan.Dr. Cooney_Caterpillar Walk 2016

I met so many inspiring people and families who have been affected by this “silent” disease.

It was an amazing day for me personally. When so many people fighting the same battle came together, we felt powerful, not debilitated.

As you’ll see in the coming weeks, we are achieving very positive outcomes with our patients battling FMS and the volume of patients we are treating with this disease is increasing every week.

Best of all, we are achieving these outcomes without any opioid use.

Thank you to the incredible event organizer, Milly Velez, along with her wonderful family and roster of co-workers, who organized an outstanding event that will contribute funds raised to families affected by this disease.

Meet Dr. Cooney Saturday, May 7 at the NY/NJ Caterpillar Walk for Fibromyalgia (FMS)

Caterpillar Walk_2016May 2, 2016

Our own Dr. Michael Cooney, clinical director, Calmare Therapy NJ USA, will be a featured speaker and walker at the NY/NJ Caterpillar Walk on Saturday, May 7 starting at 9 a.m. at the Hudson River Park in lower Manhattan.

The Caterpillar Walk Program is a fundraising campaign designed to raise awareness and support for Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

One hundred percent of the proceeds raised will support The Fibromyalgia Care Society of America.

 Make Your Caterpillar Walk Donation Here!

One of the greatest challenges of this syndrome is the lack of awareness and supportive services available for people living with this chronic illness and their families.

The Fibromyalgia Care Society of America has launched this year’s theme, “Join the Movement, One Step At A Time.”

Dr. Cooney has treated many fibromyalgia patients in his 30-year career and been particularly successful using Calmare Therapy (since 2011).

He hopes to meet many virtual friends and Spoonies affected by FMS,  live and in person!

Calmare Therapy helps teenager overcome debilitating RND and fibromyalgia

May 11, 2012
After a lower back injury during a soccer soccer game in 2009, Katie’s back pain expanded into her neck, arms and legs. By 2012, after several unsuccessful pain treatment efforts, she was unable to go to school. At the height of her chronic pain, she was taking up to six Vicodin pills per day. Her family heard about Calmare Therapy and traveled back and forth from PA to New Jersey for treatment. Here, a recovered Katie shares her story.

Join me on “Winning Life Through Pain” May 1

Marla Martindale
"Winning Life Through Pain"

I am so looking forward to a guest appearance on Marla Martindale’s “Winning Life Through Pain” BlogTalk Radio program. Marla, from Texas, has lived with RSD after sustaining a broken ankle in 2003.  A few years later, she was also diagnosed with MS, osteoporosis and fibromyalgia. But, in her words, “None of those conditions even compared to the pain I lived with from RSD.”

 Her program is both informal and informative and offers listeners an opportunity to call in and share experiences, ask questions or just share a good (or bad) day. I hope you will call in as I welcome an opportunity to meet you, if only by phone, and answer your questions about Calmare Therapy. I’ll be discussing recent RSD and other neuropathic case studies and happy to answer questions you may have about your health or that of a loved one.
 “Winning Life Through Pain”

Date:  Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Time:  2:00 PM Eastern (NYC) time to 3:00 PM


Call-in Number: (347) 324 – 5661

Our Calmare Christmas Gift from a Patient

December 2011

This post was shared on our Facebook page just before Christmas:

Laura Noelle

“Wishing everyone at Rutherford Allied Medical a Merry Christmas! I feel so blessed to have you all in my life! I spent last Christmas screaming and crying on the floor in horrific pain while my family could only stand by and watch with broken hearts because nothing would ease my pain. This year much has changed because of YOU. I am now only crying happy tears and facing each day pain free without RSD :)”

May you all find peace during this holiday season.
Dr. Cooney and the team at Rutherford Allied Medical Group.

Is Calmare Therapy right for your chronic pain condition?

In order for patients to achieve the most positive outcomes from any therapy, treatment or medication, the solution must be appropriate for the specific condition being treated. Calmare Therapy is beneficial for patients living with treatment-resistant neuropathic chronic pain for a year or more as a result of these types of conditions:

  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • Cancer-related neuropathy
  • Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Pain neuropathy
  • Radiating pain
  • Diabetic pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Chronic neck pain
  • Failed back surgery syndrome
  • Phantom limb syndrome
  • Sciatica

Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment® technology is FDA-cleared, non-invasive and pain-free. Unlike debilitating painkilling drugs, this therapy has no side effects. To learn more, tour our site and call (201) 933 – 4440 to learn more.

Dr. Cooney to appear on “RSD & You” Oct. 7 from 3-4 p.m. (eastern time)

Dr. Michael J. Cooney of Rutherford Allied Medical Group will be discussing Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment on Friday, Oct. 7 from 3-4 p.m. (Eastern time) on Joseph Aquilino’s popular and informative program, “RSD and You”.Listeners are invited to call in at (310) 982 – 4253 and ask questions about this non-invasive, drug-free, pain-free treatment for chronic pain, including RSD, fibromyalgia and other types of neuropathy.”RSD and You”

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