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Calmare NJ Adds BrainSpan™ to Scrambler Therapy Protocol

Through the examination of nerve cells, we can diagnose potential inflammation, which may the root cause of chronic pain symptoms.

January 24, 2018

Cell dysfunction is the source of inflammation, pain and disease

Every day, we strive to be the top-rated provider of Calmare Therapy in the world.

To that end, we are proud to introduce two new diagnostic services that will be offered to all Calmare Therapy NJ USA patients.

These simple but highly effective tests are included in the cost of treatment:

Calmare NJ USA Introduces BrainSpan™

At the beginning of your Calmare Therapy treatments, you will undergo two tests to diagnose cell health, the foundation for optimal brain and body health:

A simple blood (finger prick-only) test and cognitive test (performed online) measure cell health and inflammatory balance.

Nerve cells (neurons) stained and mounted for microscopic examination of health, abnormalities or inflammation
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The results provide us (your Calmare team) with a precise diagnostic measurement of the health of your cells and overall nervous system.

Your brain’s connectors can become stronger or weaker over time due to small and repetitious physical, nutritional, or emotional events.

Brain health markers can be quantified by analyzing essential fatty acid biomarkers in your blood cells.

The Omega-3 Index Factor and Treating Nerve Pain

In partnership with our Calmare scrambler therapy, we concentrate on:

  • Omega-3 Index
  • Inflammatory Index
  • Palmitic Acid Index

A high Omega-3 Index can help provide effective pain relief for people with chronic musculoskeletal pain.

How Cell Health Diagnostics Can Help Chronic Pain Management

Neuropathies (chronic pain) can be a direct result of deficiencies in the Omega 3’s which  ultimately result in an inflammatory process (inflammation), which can lead to a prolonged pain cycle, referred to as chronic pain or neuropathy.

We are excited to introduce these new and non-invasive diagnostic tools as a valuable partner with our Calmare scrambler therapy treatment protocol.

Our clinical director, Dr. Michael Cooney, has performed successful pain management therapy for nearly 1,000 patients since he began offering scrambler therapy in 2011. We are thrilled to add these two simple-but-effective diagnostic tools to our arsenal designed to defeat chronic pain.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Calmare and/or BrainSpan™, contact our expert team of pain management professionals here in New Jersey at 201 . 933. 4440 or email us privately at calmarenj@gmail.com.

What happens during a Calmare scrambler therapy treatment?

The patient experience is of utmost importance to us at Calmare Therapy NJ. The people we help have been through months–often years–of chronic and neuropathic pain treatments and medications that ultimately did not help lessen the pain.

Calmare Technology 2012Through the Calmare MC-5A  FDAcleared treatment protocol , supported by our own one-of-a-kind patient-centered care model, we can offer:

  • Children
  • Teens
  • Adults
  • Seniors

dramatic, and often lasting neuropathic relief empowering them to resume the high quality of life they so richly deserve.

At Calmare Therapy NJ, we listen to the patient

The scrambler treatments are performed in a highly interactive environment where we are actually seek out the patient’s care goals and treatment feedback before, during and after therapy.

Friends and family members are invited into the treatment room with you to offer support, company and (hopefully) a laugh or two.

There are no side effects from this treatment–no pain, no nausea, headaches, or physical symptoms.

Scrambler therapy is a “provider-dependent treatment

imageAt Calmare Therapy NJ, every treatment is administered by certified Calmare provider and trainer, Dr. Michael J. Cooney. 

That’s worth repeating–no assistant or staff person other than Dr. Cooney himself–will determine your pain treatment protocol, decide exactly where your leads should be placed (extremely important) and the duration of each treatment.

Scrambler therapy is administered non-invasively, without needles, surgery or drugs. It uses a low-level electrical impulse to mimic the body’s natural nerve communications, and take the chronic “pain” message, and replace with a “no pain” message.

camare foot image with leadsMost of our patients undergo (10) once-daily 30-minute treatment sessions, although some need a few more (particularly if they have been suffering for several years) or fewer, should the condition be more recently diagnosed.

There are typically no side effects and in most cases, pain relief is substantial or even eliminated.  Subsequent booster treatments may be needed down the line (typically 1 to 3 treatments) should the pain condition return.

Cost of Calmare Scrambler Therapy Versus Drugs or Co-Pays for In-Patient Treatment

The cost of the 10-treatment series is similar to the cost of most out-of-pocket drug therapies or many co-pays or deductibles required for more invasive and higher risk treatments.

We believe, as do our patients, that the overall value of scrambler therapy at Calmare Therapy NJ is measured in improved quality of life for most of our patients.

The treatment is not suitable for everyone, but it does treat many injuries and chronic medical conditions resulting in chronic pain.

If you are interested in learning more, just complete the Contact Me form below:

Burn victim hero tells “The Doctors” how Calmare Therapy diminished his nerve pain

the doctors 2Dave, burned over 90% of his body as a child, survives but lives with chronic nerve pain.

His chiropractor, who uses Calmare Therapy, suggests he try the scrambler treatment which would painlessly scramble the pain messages to/from his brain and break the pain signal.

“The Doctors” television program interviewed Dave and shared his secret to pain relief.

davedaveThis remarkable man is why we few doctors here in the U.S. stand behind Calmare Therapy. Again and again, it lessens or alleviates several different types of neuropathic pain when the drugs and painful procedures fail.

It is stories like these that keep us inspired and even more encouraged to help everyone learn about this treatment.

Thank you, Dave, for sharing your remarkable bravery. You can also watch his interview here:

 

Mother of teen with fibromyalgia shares Calmare experience

Katie Salmon(You may recall last year that Pennsylvania teen Katie Salmon came to us after missing months of school due to pain from fibromyalgia after a sports injury. She responded extremely well after Calmare Therapy last Spring. Katie was here for a few booster treatments for the first time since we saw her last spring. Her mother, Sue, sent us the letter below, which explains why we love to come to work every single day).

February 2013

Hi Dr. Cooney,

We cannot thank you enough for your Calmare Therapy. Last year at this time, our daughter Katie was at a constant level 8 pain ─ curled up in a ball of pain, taking ridiculous amounts of pain meds (that did nothing but prevent her from even finishing a thought). This was no way for anyone to live, let alone a 17-year-old. She missed 70 days of school…

Here we are, 10 months after her Calmare Therapy and she has her life back! Katie’s senior year in high school has been fantastic. She is president of her class, active in our church, attends football games, dances and is captain of her school’s Red Team.

Amazing. She is headed to college next year and looking forward to her future.

Words cannot express our gratitude to you and your staff for giving Katie her life back! Hope you are all doing well. We think of you often.

Sincerely,

Sue Salmon

A new study connecting chronic pain and the brain

brainOn December 20, a new study about the brain’s effect on chronic pain* was released by Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and published in the January 2013 edition of the journal Pain. I wanted to share it with our blog readers, who are all certainly experts in this field (unfortunately), and may appreciate this information.  This study relates directly to Calmare’s scrambler therapy technology which essentially scrambles the pain message being sent by the brain, which, again, stresses the  connectivity between pain and the brain. Interesting reading.

*This link clicks to an abstract of the study and, unfortunately, you have to pay to get the full version. In lieu of this, here is the news release about the results of the study posted by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, which I hope will be equally helpful. http://www.brighamandwomens.org/about_bwh/publicaffairs/news/pressreleases/PressRelease.aspx?sub=0&PageID=1341

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