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Calamere Therapeutics - Making Pain-Free...

Postby jon » Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:46 pm

I tried this therapy yesterday:

Calamere Therapeutics - Making Pain-Free a Reality

The Chiropractor using this device he'd brought pudendal neuralga patients to a pain score of zero. I went from 8 to 6. I was having a bit of a pain flare.

When the patches were moved to my front, my groin pain got worse and I had him turn off the device. It started feeling like the DRG Spinal Therapeutics nerve stimulator implant I tried. It just buzzed where my left testicle used to be. Not pleasant or helpful. They got bought by Boston Scientific.

It feels like a supercharged tens unit. In fact, they used the tens as the "substantially equivalent" FDA jargon to get 510K clearance. They are publicly traded, but only selling 2 or 3 devices and losing over $1M in the last quarter of 2016. They have been unable to get a reimbursement code. That's a HUGE problem for a company, and is odd if it helps as many people as claimed. Their stock sells on the OTC market for .1002.

Not only is it like high intensity tens, there are random jolts of current. The idea is to apply the therapy around, not on, the source of your pain.

There are papers and Clinical Trial data on the website.
Left testicle pain since 2008. Left sciatic-area since 2012. Failed left epididectomy, orchiectomy, botox injections, nerve blocks and internal physical therapy. Genital branch of genitofemoral and perineal branch of pudendal nerve cut. Failed microdiscectomy for bulge at L5-S1. I still have left sciatica/foot numbness and left testicle-area pain. Dorsal Root Ganglion nerve stimulator failed to help and was removed. I have had 4 pudendal nerve blocks, 2 from Dr. Poree worked for 2 hrs.
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Re: Calamere Therapeutics - Making Pain-Free...

Postby Violet M » Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:24 am

Jon, thanks for posting about this therapy. I was wondering if you could please clarify. In one section of your post you said you went from an 8 pain level to a 6, but later you say the therapy was too painful and you had to stop using it. Is it something you would recommend or not?


PNE since 2002. Started from weightlifting. PNE surgery from Dr. Bautrant, Oct 2004. Pain now is usually a 0 and I can sit for hours on certain chairs. No longer take medication for PNE. Can work full time and do "The Firm" exercise program. 99% cured from PGAD. PNE surgery was right for me but it might not be for you. Do your research.
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Re: Calamere Therapeutics - Making Pain-Free...

Postby AntwanPar » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:34 pm

This sounds interesting. I was unaware of them. Thanks for sharing this, I'll check out the website and see what they have.
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Re: Calamere Therapeutics - Making Pain-Free...

Postby Kit » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:20 pm

You should try the DRG neurostimulator from St Jude Medical. It has FDA approval, and the scientific tests had 84% success rate. I had a 5 day trial that was 100% successful in Oct 2017. Then I had the permanent device installed on Dec 28. Again it worked perfectly. My pain when sitting has disappeared. And also the pain in the anus and penis also is gone.

There is a huge difference in neurostimulators. If the ones you tried were like a tens unit, they are very low level. The one by St Jude is like a super computer compared to a tens unit.

Give it a try. It only takes 5 days to find out if it works.
Kit Male age 73 Sitting pains started 10/2003. Surgery Ansell 4/2004. No help. Penis pains started 12/2004. Surgery Filler 4/2009 to remove scar tissue. No help. Surgery 3 by Hibner Nov 2012. The Hibner surgery also did no good. I can lay on my left side. I can not sit at all, except with pain. I can sleep well with the help of sleeping pill. The pain gets a little worse every year.
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