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    Calmare Therapeutics Incorporated., formerly Competitive Technologies, (OTCQX: CTTC)
Distributor of Calmare--a non-invasive and non-narcotic chronic pain management medical device with FDA 510K Marketing Allowance
 
 

    
 
      
 
        
http://www.reuters.com/video/2014/09/30/scrambling-away-pain-for-cancer-patients?videoId=346379225&videoChannel=6
 

TV News Report on Calmare (June 7, 2013)

http://www.ksl.com/?sid=25506361&nid=148&title=fda-approved-device-offers-non-drug-option-for-pain&fm=home_page&s_cid=featured-3

CTTC Corporate Website: http://www.competitivetech.net
 

Calmare Website: www.calmarett.com

 

 
 
 

 

Scrambler Therapy/Calmare is covered under certain health plans.

More insurance plans are adding coverage daily. Please call David Palmieri of Calmare Pain Relief Solutions at (800) 899-0574 for the most up to date list of insurance companies covering this treatment.

The following companies offer plans that cover the Calmare treatment. Most New York state no-fault insurance companies do cover this procedure.

Blue Cross Blue Shield
The Empire Plan
United healthcare
Oxford
Cigna
Esurance Insurance Company
RMPG
Corvel
Gallagher Bassett
Geico
Allstate
21 Century Insurance
Auto One Insurance
State Farm Insurance
Liberty Mutual
New York Central Mutual
OrthoNet
State Insurance Fund

CALMARE VIDEOS

 

 

US Military and VA Hospitals using Calmare: http://www.calmarett.com/locations/usmilitary.html

 
TV News Report Calmare technology and patient testimonial (2011)  (http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=16580318).  

Deseret News article: (http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705388446/Device-used-by-southern-Utah-doctor-is-helping-people-live-a-life-without-constant-pain.html) highlighted the success Dr. Robert Chalmers of Utah had in treatment of a teenager who had suffered from severe pain from a nerve disorder called reflex neurovascular dystrophy, or RND, for nearly two years.

 

 



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Website of CTT client: Calmar Pain Relief, LLC..


 

CTTC in summary
 

  • Calmare is a medical device that treats Chronic Pain Patients, FDA and CE approved
    116 million people experience Chronic Pain in the US.
    There are independently initiated clinical trials at the Mayo, University of Wisconsin, Massey Cancer Center and Johns Hopkins to validate the significant results that have been observed.
    194 systems have been sold worldwide with 16 currently in place with the VA and US Navy Hospitals.
    450 Calmare Units in inventory
 
 
Calmare Specific  Treatment Indications for Chronic Pain Include –
 
  • Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)
    Intractable Cancer Pain
    Failed Back Surgery  Syndrome
    Sciatic and Lumbar Pain
    Post Herpetic Neuralgia
    Brachial Plexus Pain
    Low Back Pain
 ·Chronic Neuropathic Pain

 

 
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#11388   "XION"??? Seriously? Vaffan-Coulo 10/31/14 09:50:17 AM
#11387   Fairfield, CT - (September 9, 2009) - Competitive powderbum 10/30/14 12:43:02 PM
#11386   "CTTC may have the solution..."???? Vaffan-Coulo 10/30/14 10:43:43 AM
#11385   FDA changing their view of sexual dysfunction for powderbum 10/29/14 10:00:58 AM
#11384   Pants on fire.. you got that right! liar pants on fire 10/29/14 04:28:03 AM
#11382   "...maybe relevant to CTTC...."???? Vaffan-Coulo 10/23/14 11:22:37 AM
#11380   "Talk to him."???? Vaffan-Coulo 10/22/14 11:29:52 PM
#11379   Hey, that is not Fair Play! conix 10/22/14 10:35:38 AM
#11378   "...just like Calmare it works."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/22/14 09:32:39 AM
#11376   You are probably right. But no one has powderbum 10/21/14 10:52:25 PM
#11375   "Since you appear so knowledgeable..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/21/14 08:01:25 PM
#11374   Since you appear so knowledgeable. Tell me what powderbum 10/21/14 11:40:51 AM
#11373   "Calmare stimulates c-fibers"??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/21/14 09:45:38 AM
#11372   Wrong. Calmare stimulates c-fibers where chronic pain travels. powderbum 10/21/14 02:00:26 AM
#11371   "To say that ALL devices delivering electrostiumlation through Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 09:13:38 PM
#11369   Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is the use conix 10/20/14 12:11:54 PM
#11368   "Have you spoken with him?"??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 11:02:36 AM
#11367   "I ran into a reference of her writing Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 10:54:52 AM
#11366   Who says he hasn't started or doesn't have powderbum 10/20/14 10:48:19 AM
#11365   Speaking of clinical trials -- possibly relevant controlled Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 10:44:11 AM
#11364   "The Mayo Clinic? Boy that's a hard one."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 10:37:57 AM
#11363   Let's see who's opinion am I going to powderbum 10/20/14 10:26:51 AM
#11362   "...Calmare has fallen short of the requirements for Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 10:21:12 AM
#11361   "CTTC up 54% This week."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/20/14 10:12:42 AM
#11359   There is more than in the underline of liar pants on fire 10/20/14 12:11:11 AM
#11358   I see that Mr. Vaffan-Coulo continues to misread Spocks Stocks 10/19/14 11:45:45 AM
#11357   CTTC up 54% This Week. powderbum 10/18/14 02:05:29 PM
#11356   You're wrong .A normal TENS device doesn't target powderbum 10/17/14 09:23:05 PM
#11355   "When CTTC got it's CPT code..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/17/14 08:24:07 PM
#11354   "...certainly CTT has created more doubts about the Vaffan-Coulo 10/17/14 08:02:39 PM
#11353   Spot on with a desperate attempt to powderbum 10/17/14 10:09:08 AM
#11352   ">Geez, talk about a desperate attempt to discredit someone..." Fair Play 10/17/14 06:59:46 AM
#11350   Oh, wait!!! I just had an idea!!! Vaffan-Coulo 10/16/14 11:37:37 AM
#11349   "Pain Killers death rate goes down..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/16/14 11:25:57 AM
#11348  Restored "Our current locations..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/16/14 10:57:32 AM
#11347   Interesting Testimonial conix 10/16/14 10:39:29 AM
#11346   The Science of Addiction powderbum 10/16/14 02:20:12 AM
#11345   Pain Killers death rate goes down. Good news? powderbum 10/15/14 03:33:51 PM
#11344   good for them Bigspirit1 10/15/14 03:30:23 PM
#11343   Look at the fundamentals. Bigspirit1 10/15/14 12:46:35 PM
#11342   Conix, I take it you missed the powderbum 10/14/14 02:23:28 PM
#11341   "Gap on the chart needs to be filled."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 12:54:56 PM
#11340   Gap on the chart needs to be filled. conix 10/14/14 12:01:48 PM
#11339   Has Conrad simply given up on issuing press releases? Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 11:58:11 AM
#11338   "You're not big on due diligence."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 11:49:23 AM
#11337   "For example they had ringers they would always Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 11:45:08 AM
#11336   "Potential Conflict..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 11:38:16 AM
#11335   Not surprised. You're not big on due diligence. powderbum 10/14/14 10:59:27 AM
#11334   "Would you like..."??? Vaffan-Coulo 10/14/14 10:47:45 AM
#11333   Fair Point. Fair Play. I talked with a powderbum 10/14/14 09:48:26 AM
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