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Judy Haas Bingham… We call her Jason’s Mom

13 Sep

This is Judy, but we call her Jason’s Mom….  She has a story unique in itself.  So I will set the stage and and give you the scoop.

I recently started working with an old friend and business associate  Jason Bingham (Judy’s son), and when he told me about Judy’s 10+ year struggle Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (aka Complex Regional Pain Syndrome), , I was blown away. I couldn’t imagine living with that pain.

What touched me even more, was Jason’s long and winding road, to finding the cure, so Judy no longer felt the excruciating pain that she, or any any Mom needs or should experience.  

Um… That is what I would describe as a… “Very Very Very Good Boy”




I know my mom did not deserve the pain that she suffered either.  Her problem was called Adam. It was described to me on several occasions, as an overwhelming, constant, pain in the ass. However that’s an entirely different story all together.

Where I leave off, is where Judy begins… on a two week treatment, that should lead to a normal pain free life. Please visit her atJudy Bingham’s Calmare Therapy JournalShow a little support.  She really needs it right now.  

And…. we all know that there is nothing on this earth that even compares to a little “Motherly Love” 

Below is from Judy’s journal of her first day of treatment… Truly Amazing!

I’m in beautiful Rhode Island, “The Ocean State” it’s glorious here, such beautiful green trees it’s like being inside a lush forest. At any time, I expect to see Little Red Riding Hood pass by on her way to visit her grandma.

I‘m here to see a doctor who is a specialist, one of the best, who treats RSD (Chronic Pain). I went to his office yesterday for my first treatment using a cane and with a pain level of 6, left two hours later with nearly zero pain. Don’t need a cane today. He uses the Calmare “scrambler” therapy. It changes the pain signals being sent to one’s brain into non-pain signals or messages. Very complex piece of medical equipment and gives wonderful results. Patients come to him from Hawaii to Canada to across the U.S.A. I’m the first patient to come from San Diego to see him. I expect to run and swim again soon.


Be sure to check out and follow Judy’s Journal daily for updates on Facebook and witness a miracle in new medicine first hand…



Judy Bingham’s Calmare Therapy Journal


If you or a loved one is suffering with, or are curious about Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (aka Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) please check out Jason Bingham’s site RSDS/CRPS Research, News & Information  or simply ask Judy, I am sure she would love to share.