Get Your Life Back
Start your journey to a pain-free life by scheduling a therapeutic consultation with
Modern Solace today!
chronic pain clinic
INTEGRATED CHRONIC PAIN TREATMENT
Get Your Life Back This Summer
Start your journey to a pain-free life by scheduling a therapeutic consultation with Modern Solace today!
Your Journey to a Pain-Free Life Starts Here
Our innovative approach to the treatment of chronic pain combines modern technologies with existing evidence based practices.
Modern Solace Integrated Chronic Pain Treatment is built around Scrambler Therapy (Calmare Pain Mitigation Therapy). Scrambler Therapy treats Chronic Neuropathic Pain by delivering non-painful electrical pulses to the Central Nervous System via surface electrodes. Over a series of treatments, our patients experience progressive and long-standing pain relief.
Most importantly, Scrambler Therapy, and all of our treatment modalities are safe and pain-free.
If you or a loved one is suffering from chronic pain, contact Modern Solace today. Fill out the form and our team will reach out shortly to see if our approach is right for you.
Brandi Marino, Founder
Brandi is one of the world’s foremost experts in Scrambler Therapy treatment. She has over a decade’s worth of experience working as a nurse and advocate in the chronic pain field. As Assistant VP and Director of Training at Calmare Therapeutics, she has treated patients and trained Scrambler Therapy providers throughout the United States, as well as in Italy and Australia. She has also worked extensively with active military and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Tushar Patel, M.D.
Dr. Patel is our Medical Director and a general surgeon in New Bedford. He has been in practice for more than 20 years.
Paul McLaughlin, D.C.
Dr. McLaughlin is a chiropractor specializing in sports medicine. He provides patients with chiropractic treatment when appropriate.
Chronic Pain is an Epidemic
Modern Solace wants to be part of the solution
over 50 million Americans
suffer from chronic pain
chronic pain can have serious effects on
Quality of Life
chronic pain costs $635 Billion dollars in lost productivity each year