Calmare Scrambler Therapy Can Treat Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

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December 22, 2019
Edward Smith

Calmare Scrambler Therapy Provides Hope for CRPS Treatment

A treatment called Calmare Scrambler Therapy may be the most effective option for individuals who have been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). This condition, also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), leads to chronic pain. Many researchers have described this pain as the most severe that anyone can feel.

Sadly, CRPS impacts close to 200,000 people in the United States every year. The exact cause of CRPS is not known; however, the condition often develops following an accident. Sometimes, a bone fracture can lead to the development of CRPS. In other cases, a burn or soft tissue injury might cause CRPS to manifest. Regardless, there haven’t been many effective treatment options for those who have been diagnosed with this syndrome. Calmare Scrambler Therapy might change all of this.

The Historical Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Over the years, there have been numerous proposed treatment options for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Unfortunately, they have only shown a limited ability to manage this type of chronic pain. When people suffer from daily discomfort, they are often asked to take opioids and narcotic medications to manage their pain. Unfortunately, the side effects of these medications can cause someone to feel tired, confused, and might even lead to respiratory problems.

In other situations, individuals may undergo surgical procedures. These operations target nerves that might fire inappropriately. In severe cases, these nerves might be cut completely. While this could help someone who suffers from chronic pain, it can also lead to irreversible complications due to a missing nerve.

How Does Calmare Scrambler Therapy Work?

Calmare Pain Therapy, also known as Calmare Scrambler Therapy, was recently cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of pain due to CRPS. This treatment method uses a small electrical current to target nerves that are firing inappropriately in CRPS. Many doctors believe that chronic pain due to CRPS comes from nerves whose signals are being misinterpreted by the brain as pain.

Calmare Scrambler Therapy works by changing how the brain interprets these signals. A small electrical wave is used to recode the current coming damaged nerves as a non-pain signal. Over time, the brain will interpret the non-pain directive as the dominant one coming from the damaged nerves.

Many doctors have compared this therapy to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, also known as TENS. According to research studies, the performance of Calmare Scrambler Therapy has far exceeded the results of TENS. Calmare uses more than a dozen different algorithms and waveforms to effective scramble the pain signals coming from the nerves. Therefore, there are far greater opportunities to help patients who are struggling with CRPS.

Doctors Endorse the Effectiveness of a Breakthrough Therapy

Doctors are hailing the results of Calmare Scrambler Therapy as a breakthrough. It is already being used in clinics. Many individuals who have not found relief from any other treatment option said that Calmare therapy works for them.

This therapy works by changing what the brain believes the body is feeling. Like other treatment options, this requires multiple doctor visits. It is typically delivered in one-hour sessions for several days in a row. With each visit, patients should experience decreased pain levels.

Watch YouTube Video: Calmare Pain Therapy in Ogden UT – Toal Rehab, Inc. This video discusses how Calmare Pain Therapy is used to treat chronic pain.

Sacramento Personal Injury Lawyer

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento Personal Injury Lawyer. Calmare Scrambler Therapy provides hope to the many individuals and families who have been impacted by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). If someone you love has been hurt due to the negligence of another person or entity, you can call me for free, friendly advice by dialing (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400.

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