Scrambler Therapy® device
Neuropathic Pain Treatment

Thousands of patients have been successfully treated with Scrambler Therapy® Treatments in Europe and the United States, and awareness of this therapy is growing quickly. FDA cleared in 2009, Scrambler Therapy® offers pain relief and control without the side effects of opioids or other drugs. There is simply no other treatment for neuropathic pain that is this effective or safe.

Fourteen US states now have clinics, and more than 12 US military hospitals are using the therapy. Research is ongoing, but consistently shows that Scrambler Therapy® is safe and highly effective. Over 80% of patients treated have reduction in their pain. Some patients are pain-free permanently after the initial 10-12 sessions, but for many the maximum benefit comes from follow up treatments as needed. These follow-up treatments are often months apart, consist of only 1-2 sessions, and the intervals between the treatments typically increase as well.

Now the Meyers Medical Clinic in Long Beach is offering this pain relief treatment for the greater Los Angeles area and southern California. Located close to Los Angeles international airport (LAX) and Long Beach Airport (LGB), the clinic is easy to reach for everyone desiring Scrambler Therapy®.

Scrambler Therapy pain treatment on lower legs
Scrambler pain relief treatment for back and shoulders
Treatment Protocol
  • You do not need a referral from your doctor
  • Call us to for more information and to schedule an appointment (562-490-3740)
  • Dr. Meyers will obtain your history, and perform an examination to determine whether you are likely to benefit from this therapy, and will communicate with your treating physicians
  • the patient is connected to the treatment device by small surface electrodes  placed on the skin (like an EKG) near the area of pain
  • the device sends a very low current of stimulation throughout the nerve fibers, which help the brain to override the chronic pain message
  • the patient usually becomes pain free in the region being treated
  • with successive treatments, pain is steadily decreased
Types of pain treated

chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)
chronic cancer pain
diabetic peripheral neuropathy
low back pain/sciatica
chronic neuropathic pain
post-surgical neuropathic pain
post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles pain)
brachial plexus neuropathy
failed back surgery syndrome
reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)/complex regional pain syndrome
trigeminal neuralgia
phantom limb pain