People living with fibromyalgia are often left to suffer from debilitating symptoms–radiating muscular and joint pain, depression, painful tender points, fatigue, headaches, and sleep disorders–since the disease is notoriously treatment-resistant.
A laundry list of prescription medications, invasive and even non-invasive treatments have left sufferers still in pain, and living on the sidelines of life because of it.
One of the reasons Dr. Cooney and Dr. Kelly introduced Calmare Therapy to their clinic was to offer a new pain relief solution specifically for people battling medication and treatment-resistant pain, like fibromyalgia.
Calmare scrambler therapy painlessly scrambles pain messaging from the brain
FDA-cleared Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment uses a drug-free, non-invasive, biophysical approach to chronic pain relief by transmitting a ‘no-pain’ message to the pain-producing nerve/s via painless surface electrodes applied to the skin consistently over a period of time.
Regardless of the intensity of the pain, Calmare can offer a truly viable alternative to medications that only mask the pain temporarily.
Providing patients with Calmare chronic pain relief since 2011, we have experienced an average success rate of 80 percent, meaning patients have attained significant pain and symptom relief the degree they were able to return to normal daily function.
Any potential Calmare patient has a live, phone or video chat meeting with Calmare Therapy NJ clinical director, Dr. Michael Cooney, to discuss:
1) medical history
2) medications being used to treat fibro symptoms
3) other therapeutic treatment efforts previously undertaken
This one-on-one meeting also gives patients and loved ones the opportunity to ask their own questions about the Calmare therapy treatment process.
Our exclusive Calmare NJ Patient-2-Patient™ program will put you in touch with a fellow fibromyalgia patient (volunteer) who had a positive outcome after undergoing Calmare Therapy.
Learn more about Calmare Therapy to lessen or eliminate fibromyalgia symptoms
If you’re a fibromyalgia sufferer, don’t give up the fight to finding a solution to defeat your pain.