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Lt. Col Candy Wilson, 779th Medical Group nurse practitioner, increases the electrical stimulation voltage of a Calmare pain therapy medical device while treating a patient using Nerve Scrambler Therapy May 30, 2017 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. The patients’ treatments vary from 20-60 minutes per session. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Yanik. This photo has been modified to protect PII)
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Lt. Col Candy Wilson (right), 779th Medical Group nurse practitioner, places a Nerve Scrambler electrode inches away from the source of nerve pain on the back of a patient’s neck May 30, 2017 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Another electrode will be placed on the patient’s foot where she feels no pain. The low electrical current that passes through the electrodes to Grays body causes a “no pain” signal to override the existing pain signal being sent to the patient’s brain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Yanik)
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Lt. Col Candy Wilson (right), 779th Medical Group nurse practitioner, consults a human anatomy chart to determine where to place a Calmare electrode for treating Carol Celeste Gray, a Tricare beneficiary May 30, 2017 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Gray suffers from chronic regional pain syndrome on the left side of her body that developed after being treated for a broken elbow. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Yanik)
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Lt. Col. Candy Wilson, 779th Medical Group nurse practitioner, activates a Calmare pain therapy medical device to begin treating a patient using Nerve Scrambler Therapy May 30, 2017 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. NST is a non-invasive, non-narcotic medical treatment of chronic and high-intensity neuropathic pain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Yanik)
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Carol Celeste Gray, a Nerve Scrambler Therapy patient, smiles as her nerve pain decreases as a result of the treatment she receives May 30, 2017 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Recurring treatments over a certain amount of time have resulted in prolonged pain relief for Grey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Yanik)
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