Achieve and sustain pain relief with our Scrambler Therapy. This treatment is FDA-Approved for chronic and neuropathic and has no reported negative side effects. Currently used at Walter Reed National Military Hospital, John Hopkins, Mayo Clinic and other major hospitals, we are pleased to make it publicly available in Northeast, Ohio.
Achieve lasting relief with pain-free, non-narcotic, and non-invasive pain treatment. Our advanced neuropathy program incorporates state-of-the-art equipment that has been FDA-approved to treat chronic and neuropathic pain.
Patients often experience sensations of numbness, tingling, or "pins and needles" in the affected area. This is one of the most common early signs of neuropathy.
Neuropathy can cause a burning sensation, sharp or shooting pain, or a general aching in the affected area. The pain can be constant or intermittent.
Some people with neuropathy find that they become hypersensitive to touch or experience pain from normally non-painful stimuli.
Weakness in the affected muscles can lead to difficulty with activities that require strength or coordination.
Neuropathy can affect balance and coordination, leading to a higher risk of falls or accidents.
Patients may describe their sensation as feeling as if they are wearing gloves or socks when they are not.
Neuropathy can affect the ability to sense temperature changes, making it challenging to detect extreme hot or cold.
Some individuals may experience muscle cramps, twitching, or muscle fasciculations in the affected area.
Depending on the underlying cause, there can be other symptoms such as foot ulcers, weakness and paralysis, etc.
Restoring hope in the face of chronic pain can be challenging, leading some to consider risky medications. We invite you to allow us to revive hope through our neuropathy program.
Scrambler Therapy, also known as Calmare Therapy, is an FDA-Approved non-invasive pain management technique that uses a device to alleviate chronic pain. It involves the use of a Scrambler Therapy device, which is designed to disrupt or "scramble" pain signals sent by nerve fibers to the brain. The device works by delivering non-painful electrical impulses through electrodes attached to the skin in the painful area.
The goal of Scrambler Therapy is to replace the pain signals with non-painful signals, essentially "retraining" the brain to perceive reduced or no pain. This therapy is often considered for individuals experiencing chronic neuropathic pain conditions, including neuropathy, sciatica, and other persistent pain issues.
We will conduct a Neuropathy Assessment to better understand your specific condition.
We will conduct a Nutritional Assessment to understand how your diet could be impacting your condition.
We will give you Scrambler Therapy treatment that may significantly decrease your pain within minutes.
We will make recommendations that could significantly improve your condition and quality of life.
Your visit will include the actual FDA-approved treatment for chronic and neuropathic pain. Furthermore, we will offer recommendations to help achieve long-term relief that does not involve drugs or injections.