New CRPS Treatment for Pediatric Patients Introduced by Utah Valley Pain Relief

Research for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome CRPS from the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation has provided excellent information to assist clinics that treat this condition. Utah Valley Pain Relief identified how treatment using Calmare has expanded treatment of CRPS for all ages.

Utah Valley Pain Relief introduces Calmare pain therapy (scrambler therapy) for pediatric complex regional pain syndrome patients after reviewing a recent case study published by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The case study demonstrates evidence for emerging treatments that may contribute to the relief for those who suffer from CRPS at any age.

The study brought attention to the theory identifying the nervous system as a cybernetic system that responds to nerve pain as coded information. When chronic pain pain receptors have been damaged it creates erroneous codes that are independent from the pain source. These pain signals must be reinterpreted by the brain or they will continue to return pain signals back to the body. By intercepting these pain signals and sending non pain signals back to the brain using Calmare the effort to decrease the various forms of neuropathic pain improve.

Utah Valley Pain Relief Doctor Erick Bingham D.C. says “there are many people looking for insights and answers about Calmare (scrambler therapy). There are many children with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) who can benefit from these treatments. This case study reveals in a practical way what’s possible with the right information and guidance.”

The case study is available at

About Utah Valley Pain Relief

Utah Valley Pain Relief was founded in 2012 and serves all Utah residents to treat chronic neurological pain using noninvasive treatment called Calmare. This bio mechanical treatment is known for providing technologically advanced solutions for chronic pain management.

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