Get Rid of the Pain in Your Legs and Feet

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition usually only known and understood by those who suffer from it. It may be described as “tingling, burning, sharp, pins and needles, or walking on glass” type pain. More than 20 million Americans suffer from Peripheral Neuropathy, a condition caused by damage to the nerves. This pain affects everything that you do including work, play and ultimately your quality of life. However, I want you to know that there is hope. You can get rid of your pain and get your life back.

At Pain Relief Centers of Utah, we offer the most advanced technology to help you enjoy life without the painful effects of Neuropathy. We are so confident that we can help you, we are offering a free treatment. This treatment is absolutely non-invasive, takes about 45 minutes and you will feel the difference after just one treatment. That’s why we are allowing people to test it absolutely free of charge.

Have you tried medication or injections?

Until now, the most common treatment options for Peripheral Neuropathy 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 and become less and less effective over time. None of them address the cause of the pain. We have great success with patients who have not been helped by any other treatment. Most of these are desperate to find something that will eliminate their pain. If you fall into this category, we offer you hope. Patients travel hundreds of miles to visit our clinics. Doctors who are out of treatment options refer patients to our clinics.

Ask yourself this question: If there is a solution to address the cause of your pain, would it be worth exploring?

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy is a nerve disorder caused by diabetes. Over time, uncontrolled sugar levels can damage your nerves. This nerve damage causes different symptoms and the problems first appear in the toes, feet, and hands. Many patients have been frustrated by traditional care because their symptoms keep getting worse. We have an effective solution for those who suffer from Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy.

Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Many people who undergo chemotherapy develop neuropathic pain. Patients can experience sensory symptoms such as numbness, tingling, or burning sensations. They may also notice that regular everyday activities that weren’t painful before are now very painful. This can be anything from touching a cold surface to feeling a breeze on the skin. Symptoms typically develop in the extremities such as fingertips and work their way inward. You don’t have to suffer with this pain.

Neuropathy may contribute to emotional stress and depression

Many people suffering with pain don’t realize that the symptoms could be due to Peripheral Neuropathy. It is a condition that can be misdiagnosed or ignored until it is unbearable. This can affect all aspects of your life and may even cause emotional stress or depression. Why suffer longer than you need to? If you feel that your symptoms may be caused by Peripheral Neuropathy, call today and schedule a no risk treatment at Pain Relief Centers of Utah. If you are experiencing severe pain, take action now! Don’t let neuropathy pain control your life!

The Solution: The Latest FDA Cleared Neuropathy treatment

Our new program for treating Peripheral Neuropathy is a combination Pain Relief Clinics of Utah is proud to introduce, the Calmare MC-5A device. After careful study and incredible success, this medical device has been cleared by the FDA. The Calmare is different from other treatments in that it doesn’t just mask neuropathic pain. Instead it delivers “non pain” information across the pain dermatomes to effectively re-write neurosignatures of “no-pain”. Essentially this treatment eliminates the phantom pain signals. Regardless of pain intensity, a patient’s pain can be completely removed for immediate relief.

Treatment using the Calmare (Scrambler) Therapy is gaining attention from people across the Intermountain West. It was featured December 23rd, 2010 on the 10pm KSL 5 news as the treatment that is helped 17 year old lightning strike victim Alex Lambson.

Alex suffered severe nerve damage as the lightning struck him in the chest. “I get pretty much every kind of pain imaginable. Sometimes it feels like I’m getting stabbed. Other times, it feels just like someone is squeezing my arm really hard,” comments Alex. He continues, “Usually five minutes after I get plugged into the Calmare, my pain is almost completely gone.” To view the entire story go to

“Calmare treatment has to do with manipulating how your body interprets what’s happening in the peripheral nerves. Instead of using drugs to chemically mask the pain, the Calmare targets the electrical system to correct the cause of the pain. Although it wasn’t specifically designed to treat lightning strike victims, it has proved to be an effective solution for numerous types of nerve pain. We are thrilled with Alex’s progress and feel very fortunate to be able to provide this treatment for those who suffer with intense pain.” —Dr. Robert Chalmers, MD

Are you a candidate for treatment?

Individuals with a pacemaker are not candidates but there are several conditions besides neuropathy that can be treated with the Calmare at Pain Relief Centers of Utah. We have had numerous referrals from local and national doctors for patients who do not respond to the ‘status quo.’ These people have tried everything to get rid of their agonizing pain but nothing has helped. If this describes your situation, we may be able to help. Take an hour out of your day and come see for yourself.

People who suffer from pain due to the following symptoms can find relief:

  • Failed back surgery
  • Chemotherapy associated pain
  • Phantom limb syndrome
  • RSD • Sciatica
  • CRPS
  • and more…

No Risk, Free Treatment

“Don’t suffer with excruciating pain for another day. We have seen some of the most extreme cases in neuropathic pain, sciatica, failed back surgery, and much more. These people come in without hope because they have tried so many other treatments. They walk out the door with a new lease on life and a reason to hope. We have opened our schedule for those who want to come in for a free, no obligation treatment, so call today.”

—Dr. Ward Wagner, DC