Calmare® Scrambler Therapy—your path to a pain-free life!

We provide dynamic treatment options for chronic nerve pain patients utilizing Calmare® Scrambler Therapy

How does Calmare® scrambler therapy work?

At our facility, we specialize in administering Calmare® Scrambler Therapy, unlocking its full potential to help you regain control over your life.

Chronic pain is estimated to affect approximately 51 million U.S. adults by the CDC. It is extremely debilitating, but our team utilizes cutting-edge Calmare® Scrambler therapy to transform the lives of our patients. But you may be wondering, what is Calmare® Scrambler therapy?

Calmare® Scrambler Therapy is a revolutionary breakthrough treatment option available at the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. This innovative therapy utilizes the Calmare ® device, which delivers safe and gentle controlled electrical impulses to targeted areas of the body affected by chronic pain. The goal of Calmare® Scrambler therapy is to “scramble” the pain signals being transmitted to the brain, effectively interrupting the chronic pain cycle and providing long-lasting relief for individuals with various chronic pain conditions.

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we are proud to specialize in providing Calmare® Scrambler Therapy. Our dedicated team is committed to helping our patients find relief from chronic pain and improve their overall well-being. If you’re seeking a non-invasive and drug-free approach to managing your pain, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy may be the solution you’ve been searching for. Contact our center today to learn more about how Calmare® Scrambler Therapy can positively impact your journey to a pain-free life.

Benefits of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy

80%- 90% of patients are better after treatments

Non-painful treatment

Living pain free without pain medications

Living pain free without the side effects of medications

No down time after treatments

Can have immediate pain relief as quickly as 1 treatment

Conditions treated

Our center for pain management utilizes cutting-edge Calmare® Scrambler Therapy to treat a variety of conditions

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we specialize in offering comprehensive and specialized care solely through the use of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for a wide range of pain conditions. Our experienced team is dedicated to diagnosing and treating conditions such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), neuropathic pain, chronic back and neck pain, and more, exclusively utilizing this cutting-edge treatment approach. With our personalized approach and unwavering commitment to your well-being, our goal is to alleviate your pain, restore function, and improve your overall quality of life exclusively through the effective application of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy. Our team is at the forefront of this innovative therapy, ensuring that you receive the highest standard of care tailored to your specific needs and condition.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

CRPS, short for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, is a complex and often misunderstood condition that manifests as intense and relentless pain, typically affecting a specific region of the body.

Failed Back Surgery (FBSS)

Failed back surgery syndrome encompasses the persistent pain and dissatisfaction that individuals may encounter following spinal surgery. Despite their hopes for relief, some patients continue to experience discomfort or are unable to achieve the desired outcome.

Failed Neck Surgery Syndrome

Failed neck surgery syndrome refers to the persistent pain and lack of desired outcomes experienced by individuals following neck surgery. Despite undergoing the procedure, patients may continue to grapple with discomfort, hindering their journey toward recovery.

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)

Chemotherapy is a potent cancer treatment that employs drugs to combat cancer cells. However, alongside its significant benefits, chemotherapy can also lead to a variety of side effects.

Learn more about how we treat chronic pain

Calmare ® Scrambler Therapy offers chronic pain patients revolutionary relief

Our team understands the profound impact that Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and neuropathic pain can have on every aspect of your life. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive and personalized care for individuals suffering from these challenging conditions. With our unwavering commitment to your well-being, we strive to offer a haven where you can find relief, support, and empowerment.

Our expert team, consisting of highly skilled medical professionals, combines cutting-edge technology, over 22 years of experience in spinal surgery, and a compassionate approach to create a tailored treatment plan that addresses your specific needs. We recognize that every individual’s experience with CRPS and neuropathic pain is unique, and that is why we take the time to listen, understand, and collaborate with you throughout your healing journey.

Through the integration of Calmare ® Scrambler Therapy and rehabilitation techniques, we are committed to providing comprehensive support and guidance at each stage of your journey. Beyond just addressing the physical aspects of your condition, we also focus on enhancing your overall well-being, aiming to improve your quality of life and restore your independence.

We invite you to embark on this transformative journey with us. Let us be your partners in reclaiming your life from the clutches of CRPS and neuropathic pain. Together, we can restore your joy, well-being, and freedom to live life on your own terms.

What Do Our Customers Say?

Sandie cagley
Sandie cagley
Recently took our son to CRPS and Neuropathic Center of America for scrambler therapy for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. During his treatment by Dovie McVean, she was attentive and hands on. I found her to have an extremely good understanding of CRPS, and after years of dealing with CRPS and nearly 40 medical professionals, I have found less than a handful that I would say this about. Since successful Scrambler therapy is very dependent on the skill of the provider, it is crucial that the practitioner be well trained. Prior to setting up this treatment, I asked about training and was pleased to learn that Dovie trained with the most experienced scrambler practitioner in the nation. I knew that meant my son would be in good hands - and when we got there, I could see for myself he definitely was! I highly recommend scrambler therapy for anyone with CRPS. It should absolutely be the first line treatment, because it treats CRPS at the root cause instead of just treating symptoms with pills and nerve blocks. When we first took our son for scrambler a couple of years ago, he had lost his will to live. Scrambler got him his life back. I further recommend this location for scrambler therapy - you will receive attentive, hands on, knowledeable care! I am grateful to have this therapy available to help us manage our son’s complex, chronic medical condition.
K'Ci Brown
K'Ci Brown
If I’ve learned anything after my daughter had been diagnosed with CRPS it is that you need to be in the right hands for treatment. Dovie went above and beyond for our 10 year old. We started scrambler therapy at a different location and after 3 treatments we knew we needed to find someone who understood the importance of electrode placement. Make the call, set up the appointment and trust the process.
debbie harmon
debbie harmon
If you're living with CRPS and desperately seeking relief, look no further seeing Dovie at CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. I have been battling CRPS for over 20 years and this has changed my life. There were times when the pain was so overwhelming that I would cry. I felt a change in my level of pain after the first treatment, but after the 3 treatments there was significant reduction in my pain. There are no words to express how grateful I am to have found Calmare Scrambler Therapy at the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. This has changed my life and allowed me to enjoy the simple joys of life such as working in my flower bed.
Nicholas Sarandis
Nicholas Sarandis
I have had an amazing experience with Dovie and this scrambler therapy. I have completed the two week course and I am very pleased with the results. Before starting the program, my pain level in my lower back were at a constant level 9. I also have neuropathy in my feet and shins, with pain on a scale of 8-9. Since the conclusion of therapy my pain in my back has been reduced to 1-2 while my neuropathy is still improving at 3-4. Anyone in pain or having problems with neuropathy I highly recommend this treatment.
Leslie Leonard
Leslie Leonard
Very caring and professional!!!
John Collins
John Collins
I recommend CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. Dovie took away my skepticism by going over what pain the Scrambler Therapy works well on. If you are at wits end, you need to book an appointment to see what is possible with this technology !
Jeanie Pavliska
Jeanie Pavliska
If you’re looking for a healthcare professional that is easy to talk to and gives the best care, Dovie McVean is your answer. She is always willing to meet me with flexible hours and minimal wait time. She greets me with a smile and sends me on my way feeling better and at ease.
Shelby Matchette
Shelby Matchette
I was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome in 2016. I’ve tried everything, from spinal injections, to clinics around the United States, and even magnetic realignment. I didn’t see my life being anything other than pain and being stuck in a wheelchair until I started scramble. The treatment took quite a few sessions for me to get success, but it has completely changed my life. I was able to go back to college, get a job, find a significant other, and the freedom to really start living. Please take back your life! It’s worth every penny to not dread or fear the pain you know so well.
Lisa Bull
Lisa Bull
Dovie listens to every problem or concern and details your treatment to your specific diagnosis. I have the utmost trust in her!!!
Thomas West
Thomas West
Highly recommend CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. Dovie eliminated my Sciatic Nerve Pain in 5 treatments with Scrambler therapy.

Meet your provider

Learn more about the brilliant individuals behind our dedicated pain management group.

Our team of highly skilled and compassionate providers at the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America is committed to delivering exceptional care and support to our patients. With extensive expertise in pain management and a deep understanding of complex conditions, our providers work tirelessly to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs. Rest assured, you’re in the hands of a team that prioritizes your comfort, health, and overall well-being.

Mrs. Dovie McVean

Mrs. Dovie McVean brings a wealth of experience and expertise as a dedicated physician assistant, committed to delivering comprehensive care to her patients.

Dr. Robert Myles

Dr. Robert Myles, MD, FAAOS, is a skilled and experienced orthopedic spine surgeon. He completed his undergraduate education in 1985 at the University of California, Riverside, and obtained his medical doctor degree at the University of California, Irvine.

Dovie McVean

Witnessing a family member endure the challenges of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Mrs. Dovie McVean experienced firsthand the devastating impact of chronic pain. Struggling to find effective treatments, the journey was disheartening until the discovery of Scrambler Therapy. This transformative experience led Mrs. McVean to dedicate herself to offering this life-changing option to others who have lost hope in reclaiming a sense of normalcy.

In her pursuit of comprehensive care, Mrs. Dovie McVean, a seasoned physician assistant with 25 years of diverse healthcare experience, has become an advocate for Scrambler Therapy. After completing her education at the University of Oklahoma, University of Central Oklahoma, and a Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant from Lutheran College of Health Professionals in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Mrs. McVean has been an integral part of various healthcare settings.

Specializing in orthopedic spine surgery for an impressive 23 years, Mrs. McVean has worked in neighborhood urgent care facilities, emergency rooms, and orthopedic clinics. Her passion for providing compassionate and high-quality care stems from her personal connection to the transformative power of Scrambler Therapy.

Driven by a desire to bring hope and normalcy back to those suffering from chronic pain, Mrs. Dovie McVean has made it her mission to offer Scrambler Therapy as a beacon of relief. Her dedication to ensuring the well-being and satisfaction of her patients extends beyond her extensive professional background, reflecting a commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those struggling with chronic pain.

Dr. Robert Myles

Dr. Robert Myles, MD, FAAOS, is a skilled and experienced orthopedic spine surgeon. He completed his undergraduate education in 1985 at the University of California, Riverside, and obtained his medical doctor degree at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Myles completed his internship and residency in orthopedic surgery at Tulane University in New Orleans in 1996. He then pursued a spinal surgery Fellowship at Baylor School of Medicine in Houston. Since then, Dr. Myles has been practicing orthopedic spinal surgery in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He specializes in reconstructive lumbar surgery, scoliosis, disc replacement, and minimally invasive surgery.

Early in his training, Dr. Myles discovered the potential for improvement in minimally invasive spinal surgical procedures. This experience inspired him to develop and patent a minimally invasive spinal surgery device that enhances the effectiveness of the technique.

Outside of his professional life, Dr. Myles maintains an avid interest in sports and wellness. He holds a 6° black belt in Shotokan karate and a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Dr. Myles has competed in numerous national and international competitions, winning several national karate tournaments, including the 1983 National Collegiate Athletics Association Karate Championship and the 1990 AAU Heavyweight National Fighting Championship. He continues to contribute to the martial arts community through coaching and providing medical care for the American Japanese Karate Association competition team.