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Michelle’s video diary of hope and courage is the perfect 2014 send-off

We’re at the end of a tremendous year.  I’m sorry to see it go but thrilled to see what’s ahead for those of us supporting scrambler therapy as a new drug-free treatment of severe chronic pain.

We’ve met so many wonderful people who have come to Calmare New Jersey from places like South Africa,  Australia,  Canada, Oregon, Topeka, Louisiana and Kansas City.

They came to us with a dream of living a better life.

With less pain.

We’ve not been able to share every story and some patients choose to keep their battles private.

Michelle, confined to a wheelchair for four years, did a brilliant job depicting her battle in this video that brought her to Rutherford, New Jersey, USA from Australia.  She, and her remarkable family, arrived here with unrelenting hope and unrivaled tenacity.

They simply refused to give up the search for a treatment to overcome this terrific mother’s debilitating and crippling pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome ( CRPS).

michelle and Dr. CBy the grace of God, their resilience was rewarded and we were able to play a role in changing the course of Michelle’s future, for the better.

Michelle’s story tells us all one important message that is the perfect send-off for 2014:

There is always hope.

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Happy New Year from us all.

Joy from West Virginia wins the RSD war with Calmare Therapy

Last week, I received this update from Joy:

“I have come off of 5 meds so far since my last Calmare treatment. I can’t believe the difference in my clarity. I never really read the side effects of them until yesterday… Thanks again for your magic machine.  The first Saturday I was home, my husband and I took a little hike! He has been so happy with the outcome of the treatments! Okie dokie, keep working your magic!!”

Joy_WV_4.2013Joy is one of those vivacious people who are bigger than life–she has a winning personality and charisma that is off the charts  (her name suits her perfectly). The fact that she’s been living for years with RSD pain in her foot after a fall is unbelievable.

Yet again, her neurologist told her that to minimize the RSD pain she would need a neurostimulator implanted into her spine and a tabletop full of drugs. And, like many,  she simply said, “no.”

Joy came to see me last year to try one Calmare treatment.  I offer this to anyone who I feel may benefit from the treatment. (The first visit is free if there is no reduction in pain. If they feel the relief, then that visit is the first of ten). While patients don’t always experience immediate pain relief, so do. This was Joy’s case. In fact,  she went home after a single treatment (the standard protocol is a 10-treatment series, one per day). But a year later the pain returned and she decided to undergo the full treatment series to achieve longer-lasting pain relief. However, her response early on was so successful that we agreed that eight treatments was enough and off she went back to West Virginia.

She filmed a video here depicting her experience. As you can see, this is not a woman who is going to give up easily. And, thankfully, she left us, wearing her favorite boots again.

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