Calmar Pain Relief with Scrambler Therapy
Calmar Pain Relief, LLC operates 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. Dr. D’Amato and his medical staff have successfully treated over 1,250 neuropathic pain patients with a success rate close to 80%. Fifty-four (54) Health Insurance Companies, including thirty-six (36) Workers' Compensation (WC) companies have approved and reimbursed Dr. D'Amato and his medical staff for Scrambler Therapy (ST). Recently, Mayo Clinic and MD Anderson Cancer Center have begun treating patients in clinical practice with ST.
What Is Scrambler Therapy?
The application of this technology, called Scrambler Therapy, transmits synthetic non-pain information through disposable surface electrodes on the skin (like an EKG) to surface nerve receptors. ST replaces the “pain” information with artificial “non-pain” corrective information (bioelectrical codes).
Scrambler Therapy is:
- Non - Invasive
- Non - Narcotic
- Pain free without known side effects
- Clinically proven effective by scientific research
New Videos: Successful ST treatment of CRPS, Phantom Limb Pain and Diabetes Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
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.
The video testimonial entitled "Scrambling away pain for cancer patients" is located at: http://yhoo.it/1t3cp6b
In the news.....
Workers' Compensation Court Ruling
In a recent Essex County, MA, Workers' Compensation (WC) decision, Judge Douglas Bean ruled that Scrambler Therapy (ST) is accepted by many physicians and hospitals including Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins and is reasonable and necessary medical treatment causally related to the employee’s industrial injury and ordered Travelers Ins. to reimburse Calmar/Dr. D’Amato for ST treatments and pay the full amount billed.