Links on Fibromyalgia

As a medical condition, fibromyalgia is poorly understood, often improperly treated, and usually considered to be a made-up condition by physicians and patients alike. Because of this many people don't know the best ways to deal with fibromyalgia. IT Works has put together a few articles that highlight common symptoms of fibromyalgia, ways to help treat and manage the condition, and some leading medical studies that attempt to pinpoint causes and and ways to help benefit fibromyalgia sufferers.
9 Common Symptoms of Fibromyalgia and What to Do if You're Diagnosed
Myofascial Pain Syndrome of Fibromyalgia?
Both conditions are incredibly similar. This article provides a little bit of information to help potentially differentiate between the two.
Acupuncture Can Treat Fibromyalgia
As a part of our integrated triad approach to physical therapy and chronic pain, IT Works incorporated acupuncture. While it is used in combination with many of our physical therapy patients, we also invite individuals seeking acupuncture to schedule an appointment with our acupuncturist, Cindy.
The Case for Adding Muscle-Strengthening Exercises for Women with Fibromyalgia
Due to it's very nature, fibromyalgia cause an increase in sedentary behaviors in sufferers. Because of this one's muscle can begin to deteriorate, and while it is important for all of those with fibromyalgia to incorporate muscle-strengthen exercises, this aspect of the condition disproportionately effects women.
Potential Sleep-Related Treatment Identified For Fibromyalgia
Hopefully these links have been helpful to you. IT Works understands how frustrating living with chronic pain conditions can be, and we are here to help you get better. For more information on our services, or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 1-800-522-8646.