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Dr. Michael Cooney and Calmare Featured on Explore Holistic

October 16, 2019

As more people battling chronic pain seek drug-free, non-invasive pain management alternatives, we are focusing our efforts to connect with related publications who are interested in sharing Calmare’s pain relief potential.

This month, Dr. Michael Cooney is a guest blogger for Explore Holistic, a website that examines alternative methodologies to improve health and protect wellness.

“Chronic Nerve Pain Relief with Scrambler Therapy”

Scrambler therapy can be particularly effective for chronic pain patients who have been unsuccessful lessening chronic nerve pain using pain medications, opioids, spinal cord stimulators and other implanted devices, Ketamine therapy, physical therapy, nerve blocks and so on…

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A smiling Emily Blake is shown with Dr. Cooney and Dr. Timakkondu, visiting Calmare physician from Madurai, India.

“One of reasons I introduced Calmare to my pain management clinic was to offer a viable therapy that does not cause additional pain to patients,” says Dr. Michael Cooney, clinical director and certified Calmare provider.

We hope you find Dr. Cooney’s article useful and informative as you seek pain reduction options.

Feel free to peruse this website and then contact us to discuss questions you may have or determine if Calmare may be right for you.

Our New Jersey clinic is open 10 am to 6 pm daily.

Call 201-933-4440 or email us privately at info@calmaretherapynj.com anytime.

Wishing you a low-pain day.

 

 

 

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Dr. Cooney Uses Calmare Scrambler Therapy Exclusively at NJ Clinic

January 29, 2019

A few years ago, Calmare clinical director Dr. Michael Cooney explained in National Pain Report why he added little-known scrambler therapy to his pain management practice in NJ.

“My biggest frustration is when our tried-and-true pain therapies do not result in a successful outcome for our patient.

As a result, these patients are forced to undergo more invasive procedures, such as surgically implanted spinal cord stimulators (SCS) or powerful narcotics, (even Ketamine), where pain reduction outcomes have been uneven and come with significant side effects.

What happens to these patients for whom traditional pain treatments and medications simply don’t work?”

One by one, patients battling treatment-resistant neuropathy, from Bergen County, NJ to Australia and South America, came to Rutherford for scrambler therapy performed by Dr. Cooney.

And many of the patient outcomes were life-changing.

Four years later, Dr. Cooney has discontinued use of all other pain management therapies and treats patients using Calmare exclusively.

Dr. Cooney Announces He Will Provide Calmare Therapy Exclusively at his NJ Pain Clinic

If traditional pain management procedures and medications have left you still battling chronic nerve pain, we invite you to reach out to us and speak directly with Dr. Cooney about your medical condition.

If the doctor feels scrambler therapy has a low probability of helping your condition, he will not advise you to come for treatment.

Reach out to us at (201) 933-4440, email us about your case at info@calmaretherapynj.com or complete the Phone Consultation Request form below and we’ll be in touch with you within 48 hours.

Tune in and turn down chronic pain

By Dr. Michael J. Cooney

 

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Everyone knows that lullabies are very effective in soothing babies to sleep. But did you know that just one hour a day of music can be beneficial to adults as well?

Multiple studies show that listening to music daily can significantly reduce pain and depression and increase feelings of control.

This is great news for people dealing with chronic pain. While ‘zoning out’ to a good song cannot totally eliminate pain (or take the place of quality medical care, of course), it is a safe, inexpensive way for chronic pain sufferers to get some relief and push the pain away for a while.

A natural pain remedy with no side effects

Music provides a safe, natural add-on to pain treatment. Some of the same pathways in your brain that process music also process pain. (We use these same pathways with Calmare Therapy which painlessly scrambles the pain message so that is can no longer emit the pain signal).

Focusing on music keeps your mind engaged and triggers emotional responses that compete with pain pathways to lessen pain.

In addition, music causes the body to release endorphins, natural painkillers, which can be effective even when traditional pain medications have failed (the same way exercising can brighten your mood and lessen stress).

Just what the doctor ordered

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The idea that music can be therapeutic is not surprising to anyone who has ever turned on their favorite song to help them relax after a bad day.

Music has been proven to be effective in lowering blood pressure, slowing breathing and heart rate, reducing body tension and relaxing muscles, all of which can ease your pain and lift your spirits.

And the best part is that the type of music doesn’t matter.

Whether you love classic rock or classical music, pick songs that you have an emotional connection with and you will have the perfect prescription for pain.


About Dr. Michael Cooney

Michael J. Cooney, DC, is a chiropractic physician and clinical director at Calmare Therapy NJ USA, located in Rutherford, NJ.  Calmare Therapy®, an FDA-cleared, non-invasive scrambler therapy,  is a drug-free and side-effect free alternative treatment to help relieve severe treatment-resistant chronic pain. For more information, call (201) 933-4440 or visit https://calmaretherapynj.com/

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