Comments on “‘Scrambler therapy’ may finally zap away chronic pain for good”

  1. Patricia Lewis says:
    08/02/2023 at 11:01 AM

    I’m in Australia. How can I access this treatment for chronic back pain due to severe spinal stenosis & nerve impingement.

  2. Genie says:
    08/02/2023 at 5:53 PM

    Wow that’s the way I have been using TENs for years! With great success on myself and on friends and neighbors. Never on the painful spot itself instead I try to visualize what I think off as ” the path” and place the electrodes there. I use a super powerful unit that was ummm rehomed from Dr’s office many many years ago. Cool thanks for the confirmation!

  3. Judith Eller says:
    08/02/2023 at 11:00 PM

    Who administers scramble therapy?

  4. Salvatore Gerardi says:
    08/03/2023 at 9:04 AM

    Is this being used on patients in doctors offices or still in a study environment?

    1. Charles Allan Soffer says:
      08/03/2023 at 5:24 PM

      Just from briefly summarizing this article my impression is the mode outline they’re promoting in this scrambler therapy is essentially a form of tens electrical pain blocking therapy. I realize so because of the description of mechanism blocking transmission.There’s a competition between the large C-pain fibers and small c-pain fiber nerve impulse transmissions. The one that blocks is faster than the 1 that transmits the pain from the irritated lesion site.

      That’s just my opinion from an old retired former chiropractor. 😆

  5. Rachel says:
    08/03/2023 at 10:52 AM

    My daughter has just returned to the UK after having Scrambler in Germany. She suffers from CRPS and was in constant pain, at the Highley level of the McGill pain scale. She was using a wheelchair and was bedbound. After 13 sessions between 45 and 60 mins her pain levels dropped to a 1, and on our return they have dropped to a 0. Best of all she’s walking and has her childhood back. She is off all her pain meds. This therapy is a game changer and needs to be available in the UK. Whilst in Germany we met several people having scrambler who have recieved fantastic results for varying neurological pain.

  6. Monica says:
    08/03/2023 at 1:10 PM

    Is it available in the US or Canada? Where did you go in Germany?

  7. Connie Harder says:
    08/03/2023 at 2:38 PM

    Is scrambler therapy available in the U. S?


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