Calmar Pain Relief Therapy

is the only Medical Treatment Center in the US  treating severe, chronic, neuropathic and oncologic pain patients  exclusively using the MC-5A, an advanced new computerized medical device. 

What Is Scrambler Therapy?

The application of this technology, called Scrambler Therapy ("ST"), uses disposable surface electrodes on the skin (similar to an EKG) to transmit synthetic non-pain information through surface nerve receptors of the c-fibers.This treatment applies a low amperage electric signal that is composed of codes recognized by the brain as self. These codes scramble the pain signal, and the patient experiences a quick and significant reduction of pain. 



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DR. CHARLES LOPRINZI, REGIS PROFESSOR, MAYO CLINIC, has successfully treated a Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) patient using Scrambler Therapy. The patient has been pain free for over one year. Check out the video entitled "Scrambling away pain for cancer patients" at:      



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Scrambler Therapy is:

  • Non - Invasive
  • Non - Narcotic
  • Pain free without known side effects
  • Clinically proven effective by scientific research


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Dr. D'Amato and Dr. Loprinzi



Dr. Stephen D'Amato

Dr. D'Amato is Calmar's medical director. He has successfully treated over 900 patients with numerous medical conditions causing severe chronic neuropathic and oncologic pain using the MC-5A medical device. He is the most experienced doctor in the U.S. administering ST, and his success rate is over 80%.

The testimonials on this website are from patients with severe chronic pain from various medical conditions that were successfully treated with ST.

Dr. D'Amato has personally trained physicians from the MAYO Clinic in Minnesota, Walter Reed Army Hospital, University of Miami and MDs affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Patients have been referred to Dr. D'Amato by doctors from prestigious Medical Institutions, including: Johns Hopkins, the MAYO Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic.

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