Fibromyalgia is known for causing widespread pain throughout the body. Diagnosing this condition can be difficult because there are many other diseases with similar symptoms that need to be ruled out, and this can take time and energy. Most often, family physicians or specialists will recommend taking some type of medication to care for the individual symptoms rather than handling the disease as a whole. However, there was also another issue discovered during a recent study, making things even more difficult.
Revealing Facts About Fibromyalgia
A study observed 226 fibromyalgia patients over a two-year period in order to gauge how their pain measured up to the standard for a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. As time went by, a majority of the patients fell in and out of the criteria for fibromyalgia. So, what does this mean? When you visit your doctor and suspect you have fibromyalgia, a diagnosis may depend on what type of symptoms you are experiencing during the visit. If your fibromyalgia has...
Here at Balanced Atlas and Migraine Center, we help our patients by using a gentle method to realign the bones of the upper neck in an attempt to reverse the abnormal process of central sensitization. Patients often see a decrease in migraines and fibromyalgia once in proper alignment. Some even see both conditions go away completely.