Fibromyalgia: Exercise is “Key”

Fibromyalgia: Exercise is “Key”

Fibromyalgia: Exercise is “Key” The focus this month is on exercise and the benefits of exercise as it relates to improving quality of life! Fibromyalgia (FM) is now considered a central nervous system (CNS) disorder rather than a musculoskeletal condition. FM is...
Fibromyalgia and Sleep Deprivation

Fibromyalgia and Sleep Deprivation

The link between fibromyalgia (FM) and sleep is well-established. Some experts feel FM is caused by a lack of deep sleep, which usually takes about four hours of continuous sleep to achieve. Over time, the inability to fully relax due to the lack of deep sleep results...
Tests for Fibromyalgia?

Tests for Fibromyalgia?

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just tell your chiropractor, primary care doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant about how you’re feeling and have the condition easily diagnosed and treated? With fibromyalgia (FM), it NEVER works that way! Some doctors...
Posttraumatic Fibromyalgia

Posttraumatic Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (FM) has a long reputation for being a controversial diagnosis. Some healthcare providers (HCPs) feel FM is a legitimate condition that warrants treatment and research while others feel it’s a “garbage can diagnosis” that HCPs throw patients into when...
Fibromyalgia – “How Do I Know If I Have It?”

Fibromyalgia – “How Do I Know If I Have It?”

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a condition where widespread generalized pain limits a person’s ability to function, sometimes to the point of complete disability. This month, we’ll look at identifying markers that may be used to determine whether a patient has FM or not....

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