Chiropractor in Rutherford, New Jersey (NJ)

Michael J. Cooney DC



  • Calmare Therapy NJ USA
    323 Union Avenue
    Rutherford, New Jersey, 07070 - United States
    Phone: (201) 933-4440
    Fax: (201) 933-8159

About Our Practice

For the past 30 years, I have been dedicated to the resolution of chronic and acute back, neck, shoulder, sciatic, nerve, and extremity pain. I specialize in sports injury therapy and scoliosis treatment.

I believe in the proven results of natural healing by identifying and treating the source of the problem in order to help the body self-correct. My sole mission is to help patients return to health and wellness. I also strongly support healthcare and alternative therapy without the use of debilitating and dangerous narcotics to resolve pain.

My practice, Rutherford Allied Medical Group, is the first and only healthcare facility in New Jersey to offer pain free, drug-free, FDA-cleared Calmare Pain Treatment Therapy. I am one of only ten providers in the U.S. to be Certified to perform this therapy.

In early 2011, I was one of the first doctors to introduce Calmare scrambler therapy treatment. While I originally intended to use this technology on my own treatment and medication-resistant patients, I soon welcomed patients with severe pain from around the U.S. and eventually other countries.

Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment® is a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical solution for pain control and drug resistant pain. It uses biophysical “scrambler” technology, a type of treatment for nerve pain that uses electrodes placed on the skin. Very low doses of electricity are transmitted from the electrodes through the skin to block the pain.

I specialize in treating patients with severe pain as a result of CRPS / RSD, fibromyalgia, chronic neck and back pain, post surgical pain, failed back surgery, post hepetic neuralgia (PHN), low back pain, and chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN.

How does it work?
Patients are comfortably connected to the Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment® device via small electrodes (similar to those used in EKG and other medical procedures) placed on the patient's skin at the pain site/s. The device then sends a very low current of electrical stimulation through the skin and nerve fibers, which carries a “no pain” signal to the brain, essentially overriding the previous pain signal. During the treatment process, the patient's pain steadily decreases to allow the patient to participate in normal daily activities and resume a better quality of life. In some cases, pain relief has been reported in as few as three treatments, but each patient's case is unique.

  • General Chiropractic
  • Chiropractic Neurology
  • American Academy of Chiropractic Physicians
University Affiliations
  • St. Peter's College
  • New York College of Chiropractic
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