1. Be understanding; encourage self-help; explain the reasons
Many fibromyalgics have been told by uninformed health professionals, sometimes for years, that there is nothing wrong with them and that it is all in their head. … Read more
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome, in that is it is a collection of symptoms. There are no clinical tests for Fibromyalgia.
So how do you know if you have Fibromyalgia?
Do you have:
· Unexplained widespread pain or aching? … Read more
1) Because much of the pain suffered by fibromyalgics is caused by myofascial trigger points, we find that gentle stretching of the myofascia brings considerable relief. We use the highly successful techniques pioneered by Doctors Travell & Simons
2) Laser therapy using an infrared soft laser also helps to remove painful myofascial trigger points, and start tissue regeneration by encouraging “ionic transport” the process of moving nutrients in, and waste products out of the body’s cells. … Read more