Are you tired of experiencing widespread muscle and joint pain, or of feeling anxious or depressed due to fibromyalgia? You may finally find the relief you need at Resolute Pain Solutions. We offer treatment plans as well as educational information about this serious condition.
Although most of the public is unfamiliar with fibromyalgia, it is actually a quite common condition. Here are a few things you may not know:
Unfortunately, there is currently no known cure for fibromyalgia. Neither is there one single treatment that can provide relief for all symptoms. Therefore, in order to treat fibromyalgia, it is important to approach the condition utilizing multiple treatment techniques. These treatment techniques can include different forms of physical therapy and massage therapy, as well as prescription medication.
Each treatment plan will vary depending upon the severity of the different symptoms as well as the patient’s specific health condition and medical history. Some individuals will find themselves with severe depression because of the condition, possibly requiring anti-depressant medication. Others will not. Some patients may require pain medication, while others can relieve their symptoms through certain types of exercise.
Fibromyalgia treatment plans may vary widely from person to person. As such, it is difficult to predict exact side effects and potential risks. Treatments such as physical therapy, massage, and exercise treatment plans come with relatively low potential risks. However, if medications are prescribed, information about the possible side effects for each medication should be clearly provided and discussed with your physician.
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