My Fibromyalgia Treatment
Fibromyalgia is a Pain Syndrome that often contains Physical (Trauma & Fatigue), Biochemical (Hormonal & Adrenals), and Neurological (Stress & Emotional) symptoms.
Because of this complexity, the diagnostic process must investigate all of these potential problem areas.
With the combination of Functional Neurology, Neurotransmitter Rebalancing, Blood Chemistry Analysis and Brain-Based Care techniques, even long-term Fibromyalgia is addressable.
- Pain in the muscles and fibrous connective tissues
- Fibromyalgia affects 3.7 million Americans
- Fibromyalgia was traditionally depicted as having 12 of 20 symptomatic trigger Points.
- Pain is the most common symptom of Fibromyalgia
- Common symptoms include muscle exhaustion (Chronic Fatigue), chronic headaches (Migraines), Abdominal pain or Bloating (IBS) , Alternating Constipation & Diarrhea, and Skin and blood circulation problems.
- Long term effects of Fibromyalgia can affect frontal lobe and impact mood, memory and cognitive function (Fibro Fog).
- Cerebellum can also be compromised affecting balance and coordinated movement.
- Until recently Fibromyalgia was regarded as an hysterical reaction to pain and like Crone’s DX and stomach ulcers was considered a “non-organic“ condition.