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Calmare Scrambler Therapy vs. Full Body RSD

March 23, 2013

woman in shadow anonymousMelissa, age 28, arrived here from south Jersey for Calmare treatment on Wednesday after suffering from full body RSD for 15 long years. The original injury began in her left ankle after a fall, followed by a second injury as the result of a car accident.  Over the years, her RSD slowly spread until it encompassed her entire body.

She and her husband aggressively sought new pain treatments for RSD ─ a laundry list of drugs, spinal cord stimulators (SCS),  multiple nerve blocks, etc.  Melissa was searching on the Internet for drug-free treatments and discovered one of our patient stories on YouTube. She contacted us and we talked at length about her medical history, treatment efforts and expectations. I shared my experience treating many people living with RSD / CRPS/ RND / Fibromyalgia using Calmare, and we mutually decided to begin treatment.

My strategy is to initiate treatment exclusively on her original pain site, the left ankle. After the first treatment, her Mother became emotional saying the early results were the first positive treatment outcome she could remember.

After Treatment Day 3 (yesterday), Melissa described her pain as “sore” but far from the 8 -10 level reported a few days ago. She noted both arms are receding in pain.

Time will tell. Her case is very advanced and has been in place for more than a decade. As I’ve said before, the longer the period of sustained neuropathy, the longer the treatment process can be. Have I seen exceptions to this guideline? Yes, absolutely. But this is typical.

Melissa’s early positive early signs are encouraging to me.  Her mother is staying here in town with her for week one and her husband will come up for week two. With her permission, I’ll keep you updated on her progress.

Good weekend to all,

Dr. Cooney

Calmare Therapy to be featured on “Aches and Gains” Feb. 16

facebookFebruary 12, 2013

It was my pleasure to be interviewed by Dr. Paul Christo, one of the nation’s foremost experts on pain management. He hosts the only radio program devoted exclusively to chronic pain issues, “Aches and Gains,” broadcast on WBAL Radio 1090 AM. I’m delighted to say he willdr. christo be devoting the Feb. 16  program (airing at 8 p.m. Eastern) exclusively to Calmare Therapy. The episode will also include an interview with a Calmare patient who had very positive results from the treatment.

If you aren’t able to access the show from your viewing area, we’ll post the podcast here after the air date. This particular program means a lot to me because of Dr. Christo’s reputation in the field of pain management and his willingness to feature a newer treatment for pain that is drug-free, pain-free and without side effects. But this is only the beginning. This year we have plans to knock on the doors of the most important health and wellness media outlets to tell them about Calmare and how it can help so many people suffering every day with many types of chronic pain. This is only the beginning.

Mayo Clinical Trial using Calmare scrambler therapy for study

February 2, 2012

The Mayo Clinic is still posting for study participants to engage in scrambler therapy treatment for chronic pain in patients with rash from Varicella Zoster Virus infection. To learn more, visit

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