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Calmare Therapy



Superstition Chiropractic Center is the only Calmare Trained Facility in the state of Arizona, with nearly five years experience in treating patients suffering from Chronic Pain, RSD, Peripheral Neuropathy, and Failed Surgeries.

Calmare Pain Therapy is a FDA cleared medical device utilized in the management of pain and is quickly growing in popularity with patients due to the drastic results. Calmare Pain Therapy uses nerve scrambling technology to treat patients with chronic neuropathic, oncologic and drug resistant pain in a non invasive, painless, drug free manner. There are no known side effects to this treatment and the therapy is clinically proven to diminish reoccurrence without traditional side effects such as drowsiness, depression, and addiction. Conditions like fibromyalgia, CRPS, RSD, pain after failed back surgery, chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy, phantom limb syndrome, sciatica and more can all be helped. Subsequent treatments show pain recurs with diminishing intensity until it disappears in a high percentage of cases.


We have received patient referrals from local and national doctors for individuals who do not respond to the common medical treatment. These people have tried everything to eliminate or even reduce their agonizing pain but nothing has helped. If this describes you, we may be able to help. Until now, the most common treatment options for peripheral neuropathy, fibromyalgia, sciatica and many others have been potentially addictive narcotics and injections. Some have found temporary relief but most have been frustrated with these remedies because they only mask the pain. None of them address the cause of the pain. We have great success with patients who have not been helped by any other treatment for pain. Most of these are desperate to find something that will eliminate their pain. If you fall into this category, we offer hope. Take an hour out of your day and come see for yourself.

The treatment is absolutely non-invasive and will take on the average about 45minutes. You will personally experience how effective the Calmare Pain Therapy can be even after just one treatment. You can eliminate your pain and get your life back!

Superstition Chiropractic Center is so confident we can help that we are offering A FREE, NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION to determine if you or your loved one is a candidate.

Call the Clinic Today! A friendly representative at Superstition Chiropractic Center will be more than happy to schedule your appointment or answer any questions you may have. – 480.983.2249.


Back pain
Cancer pain
Chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)
Chemotherapy related cancer pain
Chronic Pain
Constant Pain
Excruciating pain
Failed back surgery syndrome
Leg Cramping
Lower back pain
Neck pain
Nerve damage
Neuropathic pain
Oncologic Pain
Peripheral Neuropathy
Phantom limb
Phantom limb syndrome
Post Herpetic
Post Shingles
Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
Post-Shingles pain
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Sensations of: Burning, Tingling, Numbness, Prickling
Stabbing & Squeezing Pains
Visceral oncologic pain

*** This is not a complete list. For more information please call 480.983.2249.

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