Fibromyalgia Treatment

Just as fibromyalgia symptoms are very multifaceted, and incorporate different body tissues, so should the treatments. Treatment for fibromyalgia are very comprehensive and usually involve more than one health care provider including: physicians, chiropractors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and psychiatrists.

 

With all types of treatment, the emphasis is on minimizing symptoms and improving general health. Brain mapping is one diagnostic procedure that can help you better identify certain discomforts, which can help you recieve appropriate treatment sooner. Furthermore, since the symptoms of fibromyalgia wax and wane, treatment is an ongoing process rather than management of a single episode.

With the assistance of your health care provider, you should collaborate to construct a unique treatment plan that addresses your particular circumstances. The treatment plan will necessarily evolve as you progress and change. Since individual manifestations of fibromyalgia vary from patient to patient, so do must successful forms of treatment. As such, finding a health care provider that provides you with proper treatment is essential to receiving the best fibromyalgia treatment; our fibromyalgia medical tips helps you build a healthy relationship with your fibromyalgia specialist and provides helpful advice on how to overcome fibromyalgia misdiagnosis, while our Top 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor is an important tool for helping you become an active participant in your fibromyalgia treatment.

What works for one patient may not work for another. While one person may prefer a new type of treatment, like hyperbaric oxygen therapy or frequency specific microcurrent, another may find trigger point injections, guaifenesin therapy or nerve blocks to be more beneficial. By working with your health care team, you can find the appropriate type of treatment for you.

If you have a sleep disorder, seeking treatment may help you reduce your other fibromyalgia symptoms.In addition, progesterone therapy can also provide solutions for such symptoms of fibromyalgia such as widespread pain and chronic fatigue.

 

 

 

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donna 03
DO YOUR SELF A FAVOR AND DO NOT TAKE GABAPENT, I WAS TAKING IT FOR ALMOST 2 YEARS , IT WORKS GREAT AT FIRST, THEN THE SIDE EFFECTS COMES, WHICH HAD NO CLUE THEY WHERE SIDE EFFECTS, UNTIL STOP TAKING IT AND ALL OF MY PROBLEMS WENT AWAY, I WAS IN SEVERAL PAIN, PLEASE DONT PUT YOUR SELF THREW THAT.!
bellaskary4ever
Really appreciate the level of info on this site. I am a single mom with FMS and several associated disorders. It is my hope that more and more medical professionals will get on board to end the stigma and fully establish the reality and severity of this terribly disabling syndrome. As it stands, my disability is not enough to pay for the "alternative" therapies that I know are helpful. Medicare and Medicaid need to cover more than Lyrica. When will the Surgeon General deal with thosr of us who suffer from FMS relatef poverty and pain?? Please continue informing the masses. Maybe we will eventually be heard.
valjoy
Enjoyed this You Tube, very informative.