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Has anyone tried Scrambler Therapy for neuropathy or for pain?

Neuropathy | Last Active: Jul 14 12:50pm | Replies (256)

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@wisfloj and @lorirenee1 -- Here is a patient story for the Calmare scrambler device that may be helpful.

Breaking Away From Pain With the Help of ‘The Scrambler’
https://sharing.mayoclinic.org/2015/02/19/breaking-away-from-the-pain-with-the-help-of-the-scrambler/

I'm tagging the following members who have discussed scrambler therapy in a post. @sadfeet @elizm @cwallen9 @cbcbasket @swiss @janetdh @nodunk are you able to share your experience or use of the scrambler therapy?

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This sounds like something I did 3 yrs ago only it was called interferential therapy. I went to a physical therapist 2-3 xs per week for about 3 months. It worked so well that I purchased a machine for home use. It actually turned out to be a little bigger than my palm. It was $400 but very worth it. In the first year of treatment, my feet improved 50-60%. This past winter I did another new treatment called an aqua roll. It’s a new treatment for neuropathy. I also had laser treatments. My neuropathy is on the balls and toes of both feet. These treatments improved my feet another 25 %. I wanted to continue with the treatments but my insurance wouldn’t approve any more.