Patient Experiences

Patient Experiences are important to us at Pain Care Clinic of Idaho, P.C. We listen to our patients because each symptom experienced is an important clue leading to the successful treatment of their condition. 

The following experiences are compiled from actual patients. All of which have benefited from Scrambler Therapy® Technology treatment, Medical Acupuncture, trigger points, cold laser therapy, or IMS

 

David R:

David is a 55-year-old male who has had Multiple Sclerosis for over 2 decades and does not remember the time when he did not have neck pain, back pain or sciatica.  He has reacted adversely to most of the drugs available for multiple sclerosis.  Prior to August of 2014, He was treated with medical acupuncture and ameliorated many of his symptoms. After his Scrambler Therapy® treatments in August of 2014 he became pain free for the first time since his MS began. His underlying condition is ongoing and he would likely need booster treatments if and when his pain reactivates.

Calmare Patrient

 

Russ S: 

Russ is a 47 year old male who has had pain, numbness and weakness for 30 years in his left arm from a high school football injury to his right brachial plexus. After 5 Scrambler Therapy® Technology treatments he became pain free and has remained so to this day. It is possible that he will not require any further treatments because he does not have an underlying condition.

Nerve Damage Idaho

 

Kitty A:

Kitty is a 76 year old female suffering Peripheral Vascular Disease, Coronary Artery Disease, Pleurisy and Rheumatoid Arthritis. She sprained her left ankle and developed RSD like symptoms in her left foot and then her right foot and both lower legs. Previously she was treated with medical acupuncture for rheumatoid arthritis, pleurisy, and extremity pain with good effects. When the Scrambler Therapy® Technology device became available and after just 3 treatments her foot and leg RSD pain was completely gone for 4 months because of her underlying conditions she will likely receive booster treatments in the future.

rheumatoid arthritis

 

Patient Experiences in Health Care are brought to you in an effort to let you know that real people are benefiting by these treatments.

Other symptoms that patients may experience include the following conditions.

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, chronic cancer pain, failed back surgery, sciatic and lumbar pain, phantom limb syndrome, post herpetic neuralgia, post-surgical neuropathic pain, brachial plexus neuropathy, low back pain, and chronic neuropathic pain.