Pain is the most prominent symptom of Fibromyalgia. It usually affects the entire body, although it may start in one area, such as the neck and shoulders, and spread to other areas over a period of time. Fibromyalgia is a form of generalized muscular pain and fatigue. The name, Fibromyalgia, means pain in the muscles and the fibrous connective tissues (the ligaments and tendons).
You (or someone you know) may be experiencing moderate or severe fatigue with a lack of energy, decreased exercise endurance, or the kind of exhaustion that results from the flu or lack of sleep. Sometimes the fatigue is more of a problem than the pain. Headaches, especially tension and migraine headaches are common in Fibromyalgia. Abdominal pain, bloating, alternating constipation, bladder spasms, and irritability may cause urinary urgency or frequency. Your skin and blood circulation can be sensitive to temperature changes, resulting in temporary changes in skin color.
Have you suffered for a few months, a few years, or too many years to mention? Some may suffer only minor symptoms, while others (perhaps you or a loved one) feel the debilitating effects of Fibromyalgia and are kept from participating in their life, making even simple daily activities almost impossible.
Here at Power Health, we look at the person and not the diagnosis. Our goal is to find out what is causing the problem and help you to correct that without drugs or surgery.
If you would like more information or would like to find out if you are a candidate for our breakthrough procedures please call us at 775-329-4402 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rutherford or you can fill in the form below.
Frequently Asked Questions about Fibromyalgia
- Can Fibromyalgia Symptoms Come And Go?
- Can Men Get Fibromyalgia?
- Can You Get Fibromyalgia At Any Age?
- Can You Have Fibromyalgia Without Fatigue?
- How Does Fibromyalgia Start?
- How Is Fibromyalgia Treated?