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Fibromyalgia Facts

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Fibromyalgia hurts. The trouble is, the pain associated with fibromyalgia doesn't go away and it leaves people feeling exhausted. Fibromyalgia can make it hard to enjoy life because the pain gets in the way. Even normal, everyday activities can become overwhelming.

The latest research estimates that more than 5 million people in the United States have fibromyalgia, making it one of the most common chronic pain disorders diagnosed. The exact causes of fibromyalgia are unknown, but like many disorders, there are most likely several factors involved. For some people, the symptoms of fibromyalgia can be traced back to a traumatic, stressful, or painful event like a fall or accident.

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Unfortunately, there are no lab tests, x-rays, or MRIs that can definitively show that someone has fibromyalgia.

Arriving at a diagnosis of fibromyalgia usually requires ruling out several other disorders because of overlapping symptoms. At CNS Healthcare, our medical experts have been helping people with fibromyalgia for over a decade. In that time, we've been able to provide a diagnosis or a second opinion to hundreds of people affected by fibromyalgia.

Find out more about how we can help you by scheduling a free, no-obligation consultation. As always, taking advantage of the services we offer is free and no health insurance is required.

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Although everyone experiences fibromyalgia slightly different, the general characteristics include: In addition to these, many people with fibromyalgia experience a variety of secondary symptoms including:

Is research safe?

CNS Healthcare is overseen by the FDA and IRB's to ensure your safety.

Research programs for pain medication and treatment are highly regulated to ensure patient safety and ethics.

All new and existing medication aimed for treatment needs to go through lengthy clinical trials before they are approved.

Furthermore, CNS Healthcare ensures that one of our local doctors is available 24/7 to ensure your safety during your treatment.

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