Calmare, an innovative, narcotic free pain treatment therapy is now offered in Century City in the heart of Los Angeles, CA. Using the FDA cleared scrambler (MC-5A) therapy technology, CLA (Calmare Los Angeles) offers a drug free, painless treatment alternative to chronic neuropathic, oncological, and medication resistant pain without side effects. Dr. Orlando and associates have been treating nerve injuries and disorders, low back pain, stenosis, post-surgical pain, and sciatica for 25+ years giving them an expertise in using the Calmare device to treat chronic neuropathic pain. Our beautiful office offers a comfortable, relaxing environment to allow you to receive care in a healing conducive setting. We are conveniently located near Beverly Hills, Westwood, West LA, Downton LA, Hollywood, and the Valley.
Opioids and their addictive and potentially destructive side effects is a national crisis. Taking any medication for long periods of time is not healthy. Calmare therapy uses a biophysical approach to pain rather than a potentially addictive biochemical one. The Calmare device treats pain along the nerve pathways sending rapidly changing electronic impulses to override the pain signal to a no pain one. This treatment is painless and non-invasive. The treatment is administered for about 45 minutes for a period of consecutive days. The “system reboot” can give the patient complete or significant pain reduction lasting several months to a year. Boster treatments can be administered (1-2) at that time to continue to control the pain. We will work closely with your primary care physician to help get you off harmful drugs and improve the quality of your life without chronic pain. There are NO side effects to Calmare treatment and you will know within the first couple treatments if it is going to help.
Chronic neuropathic pain is nerve pain lasting more than three months. It typically starts slow and does not resolve quickly. Patients frequently describe the symptoms as burning, shooting or prickly causing diminished sensation and numbness. It can often significantly interfere with ones quality of life.
Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal which houses the spinal cord controlling all of the bodies nerve function. When the opening closes or becomes occluded it is called stenosis. Stenosis can be congenital or develop because of arthritis which thickens the vertebrae and diminishes joint space.
Pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back is usually caused when a herniated disk or bone spur in the spine presses on the nerve. Pain originates in the spine and radiates down the back of the leg. Sciatica typically affects only one side of the body.
CIPN occurs when drugs used to treat cancer cause damage to the peripheral nerves (i.e. nerves in the hands and feet, sometimes extending to the arms and legs). CIPN symptoms can vary in type and severity from person to person, and depend upon which nerves are damaged and how many nerves are affected.
Chronic arm or leg pain developing after injury, surgery, stroke, or heart attack. Although the exact cause of complex regional pain syndrome isn't well understood but may involve abnormal inflammation or nerve dysfunction. Complex regional pain is characterized by pain that is greater than the injury that causes it.
A type of nerve damage that can occur with diabetes where the condition most often affects the legs and feet. For some people, symptoms are mild. For others, symptoms can be painful, debilitating, and even fatal. Symptoms include pain and numbness in the legs. Treatment includes managing blood sugar and using medications to control symptoms.
A common, painful condition affecting the lower portion of the spine. Low back pain is caused by injury to a muscle (strain) or ligament (sprain). Common causes include improper lifting, poor posture, lack of regular exercise, fracture, ruptured disk, or arthritis. Often, the only symptom is pain in the lower back and can last up to 4 weeks.
Widespread muscle pain and tenderness. Fibromyalgia is often accompanied by fatigue and altered sleep, memory, and mood. Widespread muscle pain and tenderness are the most common symptoms. Medications, talk therapy, and stress reduction may help control symptoms. In most cases this can be identified in early stages.
Calmare, an innovative, narcotic free pain treatment therapy is now offered in Century City in the heart of Los Angeles, CA. Using the FDA cleared scrambler (MC-5A) therapy technology, CLA (Calmare Los Angeles) offers a drug free, painless treatment alternative to chronic neuropathic, oncological, and medication resistant pain without side effects. Opioids and their addictive and potentially destructive side effects is a national crisis. Taking any medication for long periods of time is not healthy.