January 22, 2018
Thirteen-year-old Evan, from a mid-Atlantic state, underwent Calmare Therapy for CRPS, which he was diagnosed with after an elbow injury. When he arrived at our New Jersey clinic last summer, the teenager was experiencing a chronic pain level of 8/10 from his hand to his shoulder.
Thankfully, after undergoing 10 scrambler therapy sessions, performed by clinical director Dr. Michael Cooney, he achieved a 0/10 pain-free state and returned home to start school.
A Re-Injury Triggers CRPS Symptoms
Unfortunately, he re-injured the elbow months later and his CRPS pain was all-too-happy to rear its ugly head once again. But Evan’s family brought him back to us to undergo three Calmare booster treatments, which quickly brought his pain level back down to 0 once again.
“Some patients need booster treatments periodically if the pain level increases or there is a re-injury,” Dr. Cooney explains. “Evan’s parents acted quickly and brought him to the clinic, which helped us to reduce his pain and will hopefully sustain it.”
At Calmare Therapy NJ USA, we treat many children and teen patients who are battling chronic nerve pain, most commonly as a result of CRPS and fibromyalgia.
In 70 – 80% of patients, we achieve a significant lessening of pain or, in Evan’s case, send the patient home pain-free. Especially valuable for pediatric patients, Calmare has no side-effects, is drug-free, non-invasive and painless.
Calmare Scrambler Therapy Performed Exclusively By Dr. Michael Cooney
Calmare is a “provider-dependent” therapy. Your success is determined by the customized placement of the treatment leads in accordance with the original injury.
Calmare certified doctor, Michael Cooney, DC, has been using Calmare Therapy since 2011.
Dr. Cooney serves as a professional trainer for new doctors who are adding the pain treatment therapy to their own practices, and has successfully treatment more than 1,000 patients from around the world.
To learn more, call us at 201-933-4440, email us privately at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll reach out to you to discuss your chronic pain challenge.