Dealing with chronic nerve pain can be debilitating, but coMra therapy is designed to heal and regenerate injured nerves, giving hope to patients who have lived with pain for years.

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Dealing with chronic nerve pain can be debilitating, and many treatments focus on managing or supressing the pain rather than healing the underlying condition itself. coMra therapy is designed to heal and regenerate injured nerves, giving hope to patients who have lived with pain for years.1

Download the coMra for Neuropathy e-book for more information on treatment protocols for neuropathic conditions

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) like coMra therapy can relieve the pain of nerve damage and significantly improve the function of injured nerves.2, 3 LLLT works to heal the damage by delivering the following benefits:3 – 5

  • Regenerating nerve tissue and improving nerve function
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Improving blood circulation
  • Promoting recovery from injury and surgery
  • Reducing scar tissue on injury sites or surgical incision sites
  • Triggering biochemical changes in the cells to stimulate the body’s inherent healing capabilities
  • Promoting the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which helps to accelerate cell repair and healthy cell growth
  • Treating underlying conditions

CoMra therapy is also a drug-free and non-invasive treatment that supports the body’s wellbeing at a systemic level.


A recent coMra webinar brought together several medical experts with extensive knowledge of coMra laser therapy, to discuss their experiences with LLLT and their results when treating nerve pain and nerve damage.5, 6 Their cases demonstrate how patients of all ages can experience lasting pain relief with coMra treatment, even after many years of living with serious pain.

While the case reports below focus on pain in the facial and trigeminal nerves, coMra therapy can be used to treat nervous system conditions in any part of the body. Whether your symptoms are caused by a trauma like surgery or injury, or by an underlying medical condition like diabetes, you can use your coMra device to heal and regenerate the nerve cells in the affected areas.

Leslie Carmen case reports5

Leslie Carmen is a laser therapy practitioner and the founder of the Carmen Care Health and Wellness Institute in Boca Raton, Florida, USA. In this webinar, she shares the real-life experience with LLLT that led her to open this clinic and help patients with severe nerve pain.


A 17-year-old female patient (Leslie Carmen’s own daughter) started experiencing attacks of severe facial pain and was diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia. Pain medication was only effective in very high doses, and this was destroying the patient’s quality of life. After Carmen researched the various treatments available, her daughter was given LLLT treatments for a period of 2 weeks. After these 2 weeks she was able to stop taking pain medication, and after 2 months she was 90% pain-free, able to attend school and live a normal life.

After her daughter’s illness and recovery, Leslie Carmen was inspired to open her clinic in Florida, and has since been able to treat thousands of patients suffering from painful nerve conditions like trigeminal neuralgia.

Listen to Leslie’s story in Part 1 of the webinar (37:00 – 45:10).


A 97-year-old female patient had been experiencing severe trigeminal nerve pain for 35 years. She was on high doses of pain medication and anti-seizure medication. She had very little quality of life and often spent her days sitting in a chair in a darkened room. Because of her age and condition, she couldn’t travel, so she received at-home treatment with a coMra device.

The patient was given daily LLLT treatments, starting with 1 minute at a time and working up to 20 minutes per treatment, twice a day. She began to feel improvements in her pain levels shortly afterward, and was able to start reducing her pain medication. Once her pain subsided, the laser treatments were reduced to once daily and then once every other day. Within 3 months the patient had 90% improvement and even had some completely pain-free days. Today, she is pain-free for the first time in 35 years, and only uses occasional LLLT treatments.

Listen to Leslie’s discussion of this case in Part 1 of the webinar (1:15:59 – 1:20:15).

Dr Anna Surazakova case reports6

Dr Anna Surazakova, MD, as the CEO and Medical Director of the coMra Centre for Restorative Medicine, Technologia Zhizni, Altai, Russia, is another expert with plenty of success stories to share.


A 65-year-old male patient had chronic trigeminal neuralgia on the right side of his face and jaw, which had troubled him for 15 years. The patient was concerned about an upcoming visit to the dentist, as his pain would likely prevent him from completing the dental procedures he needed.

The patient was given 6 treatment sessions using coMra’s NEUROLOGY 4 protocol, as well as other protocols to target pain in the head, neck and upper back. He already experienced pain relief after the 4th session, and had no trigeminal pain attacks after going to the dentist. The regenerative properties of coMra also supported his healing after the dental appointment.

You can hear Dr Anna discuss this case in Part 2 of the webinar (23:50 – 27:16).


A 5-year-old boy had troubling facial nerve symptoms, including twitching and drooping, which were exacerbated when he was upset or tired. It’s possible that he had experienced a perinatal nervous injury, but regardless of the cause, coMra therapy showed positive results. The patient was given 4 sessions of the NEUROLOGY 4 protocol. The symptoms started to improve almost immediately, and after the 4th session they were completely gone. The boy’s mother continued giving him coMra treatments at home, and saw no more symptoms after 3 days of home treatments.

Dr Anna tells the story in her own words in Part 2 of the webinar (32:47 – 35:32).

Watch the full webinar recordings online:

Treating trigeminal neuralgia, Part 1
Treating trigeminal neuralgia, Part 2


TREAT NERVE DAMAGEHere are coMra’s protocols for treating nerve damage and nerve pain:7

  • NEUROLOGY 2: Treats problems with the spinal nerves, like radiculopathy and sciatica
  • NEUROLOGY 3: Treats neuropathy in the facial nerve and Bell’s palsy
  • NEUROLOGY 4: Treats neuropathy and neuralgia in the trigeminal nerve
  • NEUROLOGY 9: Treats fibromyalgia
  • NEUROLOGY 15: Treats diabetic polyneuropathy
  • NEUROLOGY 16: Treats post-herpetic nerve pain and shingles
  • NEUROLOGY 17: Treats post-traumatic nerve pain and complex regional pain syndrome

Find full details and instructions for these protocols in the latest coMra User Guide.

NOTE: coMra is a powerful modality. The uses described above are those recommended by the coMra User Guide. Experience over 10 years has shown that in the case of most chronic conditions, treatments can also be spread out to once or twice per week, without taking the breaks outlined in the guide.


1 coMra. coMra FAQ on trigeminal neuralgia and other types of neuropathic pain.2 de Andrade AL, Bossini PS, Parizotto NA. Use of low level laser therapy to control neuropathic pain: A systematic review. J Photochem Photobiol B. 2016;164:36-42. doi: 10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2016.08.025.3 Cg SK, Maiya AG, Hande HM, et al. Efficacy of low level laser therapy on painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Laser Ther. 2015;24(3):195-200. doi: 10.5978/islsm.15-OR-12.4 Doidge N. The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity. New York: Viking; 2015.5 coMra Therapy YouTube. Treating trigeminal neuralgia, Part 1. Causes and clinical experience. Accessed May 23, 2023.6 coMra Therapy YouTube. Treating trigeminal neuralgia, Part 2. Clinical experience and practical protocols7 coMra User Guide