Treating Fibromyalgia Headaches and Facial Pain

Assisting Fibromyalgia Patients with head and facial pain

Fibromyalgia is characterized by widespread muscle pain, stiffness, numbness, poor sleep, and fatigability along with multiple tender points that are widely distributed on both sides of the body.

90% of Fibromyalgia sufferers have frequent headaches and 75% have joint aches.*

We have experience with numerous fibromyalgia sufferers, the vast majority of whom report that headaches and face pain are gone when we discharge them from treatment. However, we don’t specifically treat fibromyalgia.

*S.E. Strauss: the chronic mononucleosis syndrome. Journal of infectious diseases 157:405, 1998

 

DanaFx05 “I went through eight years of headaches, jaw pain, and vomiting during which all I did was try to stay away from noise, light, and people. I couldn’t even think straight. Most of the time I had to stay at home. After treatment I felt like I came out of a fog. I was amazed by the relief especially since I have severe fibromyalgia and went to so many doctors in Arizona before coming here.” – Dana F.

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