Calmare is a non invasive therapy that sends scrambled signals to the brain telling it that there is no pain. It certainly doesn't work for everyone and my daughter is a prime example. What it has done is reduced her pain levels and stopped the progression of RSD. While getting treatments in NJ I witnessed several patients that went into remission for weeks or months so don't rule out this treatment. We in in North Florida and the closest treatment is over 8 hours away but I am continuing to get her the treatment in hopes that eventually she will get into remission. I'm trying to convince DR's locally to get the equipment but none so far. There's lots of info out there and I suggest you look at Calmare NJ. That's where we started. For treatment locations try http://calmarett.com/ . Best wishes and God bless all of you.View Thread
My 17 year old daughter has CRPS/RSD and is currently getting Calmare treatments. Her pain is always reduced to "0" with the treatments but the results aren't lasting. If anyone else is getting this therapy, please share your results.View Thread
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