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Helpful Information for Out-of-Town Patients

Good Morning Everyone,

It’s Barbara and Cathy stopping by the blog to update you on our newly updated Hotel and Travel Arrangements information.

Most of our Calmare patients and families are coming from different parts of the U.S. 143 more words

Dr. Michael Cooney

Alice Branton – Solving Problem Of Chronic Neck Pain

Chronic neck pain is not an altogether new medical issue. It can be stated as an extended, more painful version of neck pain. If the time period of pain is more than a period of three months, or if the pain radiates through the arms and spine and spreads to other parts it is chronic neck pain. 417 more words

The Trivedi Effect

WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: Health Alert: Your Cell Phone is a Pain in the Neck

By Ben Smart

Constant phone calls, late night text messages, and 24/7 connectedness – your smartphone probably requires constant attention, and keeping up with the device might be stressful at times.  278 more words


Chronic Neck Pain Such As Pinched Nerve

Did you know that neck pain is almost as common as back pain nowadays? We often suffer from neck pain from time to time. As you get older the chance of getting chronic neck pain increases. 449 more words

Pain Relief

Our patient with shingles-related PHN responds well to single Calmare booster treatments

New York resident Joan K., our first shingles patient, completed the Calmare treatment program in June 2012 after she had exhausted a battery of other pain therapy efforts trying to end her severe chronic pain. 305 more words

Calmare Pain Treatment Therapy

Chronic Neck Pain for 20 Years

Monday morning of this week I had the pleasure of evaluating and treating a gentleman who had been suffering from a sudden flare-up of chronic neck pain.  635 more words

Primary Spine Care

My latest article on Spine Universe about Calmare scrambler therapy helping a pharma tech with severe RSD

By Dr. Michael J. Cooney

For those of you who know me, you’re fully aware that I don’t tend to support using debilitating and expensive painkillers to treat pain. 68 more words

Alternative Therapy For Chronic Pain