Cala Trio therapy is available by prescription for an individual. There are three aspects of the prescription that are unique to you. During calibration, Cala Trio learns about your tremor and personalizes therapy according to its characteristics. If a friend is interested in Cala Trio, share your experience, and encourage your friend to talk to…

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The TSA changes procedures from time to time, so you could check on their website. “Remove personal electronic devices larger than a cell phone from your carry-on bag and place them into a bin with nothing placed on or under them for X-ray screening. (E.g. laptops, tablets, e-readers and handheld game consoles.)” Additionally, some people…

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You can travel with Cala Trio. Some people traveling with medical devices have found it helpful to have 1) a completed TSA notification card and 2) proof of your prescription therapy to present to a TSA officer to help with passenger screening.

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The following are possible minor/moderate risks or adverse reactions that you may experience with the use of Cala Trio: Discomfort with stimulation (e.g. stinging, sensation of weakness, etc.) Allergic reaction to electrodes or other materials Skin irritation, including electrical stimulation burns, redness and/or itching In the unlikely event that any of the following more significant…

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