Over 5 million Americans, an overwhelming percentage of them being women, suffer from Fibromyalgia and it’s often debilitating symptoms of chronic muscle pain, stiffness, and severe fatigue. At Magnolia Medical Services in Milledgeville, Georgia and Eatonton, Georgia, our leading team of doctors offer a full scope of the most advanced treatment approaches for reducing or entirely treating Fibromyalgia symptoms. Make an appointment by calling the office today.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes a loss of the ability to move comfortably due to stiffness, pain, and fatigue. Additional symptoms may include: depression, moodiness, and sleep disturbances.
While the cause of fibromyalgia is not entirely understood, some research suggests that this condition affects how your brain processes pain signals. The condition may be triggered by injury, infection or illness, stress, or genetic. FIbromyalgia is especially prevalent among those who also suffer from, osteoarthritis, lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis.
Symptoms of Fibromyalgia can present as:
The most common denominator when discussing fibromyalgia is pain, fatigue, and notifiable stiffness. Most people also experience severe insomnia.
While there is no current cure for fibromyalgia, it’s debilitating symptoms can be effectively managed. At Magnolia Medical our fibromyalgia patients have had amazing results with such diverse treatment options as;
Other key treatments for fibromyalgia are exercise, rest/sleep, stress reduction and additional medicines. A combination of treatments can be the best way to help you live with your fibromyalgia as comfortably as possible.
Sarapin® Injections are a natural type of an injectable painkiller. They work by targeting C-type nerves from the body. They are injected straight to the painful area and provide quick and natural pain relief. Sarapin® injections can help with most chronic pain, not just fibromyalgia.
How can chiropractic care help my fibromyalgia?
Yes. For some people chiropractic adjustments are helpful. Realigning your back and neck can relieve stress, and increase blood flow to your central nervous system which in turn can decrease or entirely treat the pain associated with fibromyalgia.