Teen Football Star Finds CRPS Pain Relief After Calmare Therapy

August 9, 2018

Teenager Austin was enjoying high school until he sustained a fibula fracture during a football game.

Soon after surgery, he was diagnosed with CRPS shooting nerve pain and small burning lesions on his foot.

His traditional pain management efforts were not successful, eventually requiring him to use a cane for stable mobility.

He was also bothered by (spreading) painful blisters on top of his right foot, a common CRPS side effect.

Austin traveled across the U.S. to undergo scrambler therapy treatment in New Jersey

We are happy to report he achieved and sustained a half to 1/10 pain level and is headed back west cane-free.

His foot lesions are also nearly gone.

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Learn more about lesions, a common side effect of long-term CRPS. 

Do you have medication or treatment-resistant chronic pain?

The majority of patients we help here at Calmare Therapy NJ USA have already tried the traditional cocktail of pain management medications, including opioids, injections, Ketamine and other aggressive therapeutic efforts to obtain chronic pain relief, without success.

If you would like to discuss if Calmare might be right for your chronic nerve pain, please complete the info card below:

 

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CRPS | RSD

Neuropathic Pain

Pediatric Chronic Pain

Sciatica & Chronic Back Pain

Shingles Nerve Pain (PHN)

Dr. Cooney at Calmare personally consults with every potential scrambler therapy patient.

Reach out for a no-fee phone or video consultation with our clinical director this week!

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