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Our Approach

Calmare Pain Relief Solutions offers Calmare® Therapy to the residents of Staten Island, Brooklyn, and the surrounding communities in New York.

Our Approach to Calmare® Therapy

Our patients are comfortably connected to the Calmare® Therapy device with small surface electrodes – similar to those used during EKG and other medical procedures – that are applied to the patient’s skin in the area where the patient is experiencing pain. When the device is turned on, it sends a very low current of electrical stimulation through the nerve fibers that carry a “no pain” signal to the brain. This signal basically overrides the previous pain signal.

After a series of treatments with Calmare® Therapy, the patient’s pain is gradually decreased, allowing the patient to participate in more daily activities and enjoy a better quality of life.

We administer Calmare® Therapy because it has been shown to be effective in treating chronic neuropathic and oncologic pain that is different from other pain management treatments. It is a non-addictive treatment that has no harmful, potentially fatal, or adverse and addictive side effects that may be linked to other treatments such as painkillers.

We treat many patients who experience pain as the result of a number of conditions, including chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN), chronic cancer pain, failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), sciatic and lumbar pain, post-surgical neuropathic pain, low back pain, and chronic neuropathic pain.

Calmare Pain Relief Solutions offers non-narcotic, non-invasive options such as Calmare® Therapy to the residents of Staten Island, Brooklyn, and the surrounding communities in New York.

Our team of physicians, who boast more than 30 years of combined experience in neuropathy and are certified in the administration of Calmare® Therapy, is specially trained to help you manage and treat a number of pain conditions such as pain associated with shingles, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). To schedule a consultation with one of our specialists, call Calmare Pain Relief Solutions at 718-984-9020

Written by Calmare Pain Relief Solutions August 21, 2013