July 10, 2017

An extraordinary experience: The miracle treatment that helped Alex Lambson

It was a day like any other. The only thing that might be considered unusual was the scattering of rain that was tickling the Mojave Desert. Other than that, it was just a typical Tuesday for Snow Canyon High senior, Alex Lambson. He had attended his classes, worked on stage tech with his buddy, junior Dane Zdunich, and now the two were waiting outside the school for a ride. They had plans to go watch an episode of The Big Bang Theory. And that’s when it happened. The two teens were struck by lightning.

A first responder said that the boys’ bodies were still smoking when she arrived to administer CPR. Their clothes had been burned right off their skin, and neither one was breathing when they were brought inside the school. Doctors believe Alex’s heart stopped beating, temporarily.

He woke up in a hospital bed two weeks later with second and third degree burns on his body, wondering what had happened. Though Alex was able to return to school two months after the incident, he suffered from intense nerve pain as a result of the lighting strike, and was unable to use his fingers to do even the simplest of tasks. “The pain wouldn’t go away—no matter what. I took all manner of drugs to try and get rid of it,” he shares.

Then Alex heard about a treatment called Calmare Nerve Therapy, and decided to give it a try. It changed everything. With the help of Calmare, Alex finally found the pain relief he had been searching for.

Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment uses a biophysical rather than a biochemical approach, avoiding the adverse side effects and addictive properties linked to narcotic pain killers. A “no-pain” message is transmitted to the nerve via surface electrodes applied to the skin in a manner that cancels the patient’s pain. The perception of pain is cancelled when the no-pain message replaces that of pain, thus re-writing the neural signature of pain in a non-invasive way. Regardless of pain intensity, a patient’s pain can be completely removed for immediate relief.1

“The Calmare MC-5A Pain Therapy System is miraculous. It is a nerve scrambler—that’s the nickname for it. The intent is to barrage the nervous system with a multitude of signals—every signal other than pain. What this does, is it interferes with the pain signals that are being sent to the body,” says Dr. Wagner. “The person being treated is unaware of the pain they have been feeling. After a number of treatments, the pain can be reduced, or eliminated completely.”

According to Dr. Wagner, the treatment works best on neuropathy—whether it is diabetic, post-chemo, post-surgical, or idiopathic neuropathy. Also, it brings great relief for other neurologic conditions such as shingles pain, phantom pain, and lightning strikes.

The effects of Calmare have been life-changing for many patients, including Alex Lambson. “Thanks to the Calmare machine, I am able to function like a normal human being,” says Alex.

Few people witness true life miracles, let alone live them. But Alex Lambson has experienced two in his life: surviving a lightning strike, and finally finding relief from its painful effects, through Calmare.

If you have been suffering with pain for more than 90 days, Dr. Wagner invites you to come and receive a free treatment, so you can experience the pain relief that so many others have found.

Call Dixie Chiropractic at 435-673-1443 to schedule an appointment. You can also visit their website at www.dixiechiro.com to learn more about Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment.

 

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