I often get asked about a study that claims it has solved the “Fibromyalgia Mystery.” While it sadly does not solve the mystery, it definitely gives us an important clue.
As a physician with fibromyalgia myself, I want to share with you the most effective natural options that I include in my own pain relief “toolbox.”
Scientists have long suspected that inflammation in the brain (neuroinflammation) could be the cause of the amplification of pain signals in the brain seen in fibromyalgia. Could a new study have just proven it?
A new rigid plastic self-treatment tool purports to help with chronic pain generated from the fascia.
Your cells may give us a head start to choosing the right medication, and shorten the painful trial-and-error process that we otherwise go through before finding effective treatments.
The massive connective tissue network that surrounds all of our muscles plays a key role in generating the pain and muscle tenderness of fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia is much more common in men than previously thought.
Today, on fibromyalgia awareness day, recognize yourself for your courage to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
Recently I have been reminded how useful magnesium can be during flares as a tool to activate my relaxation response.
We are just beginning to uncover exactly how to use the cannabis plant safely and most effectively.