Fibromyalgia Diagnosis & Treatment
If you suffer from aching joints, debilitating pain in your back, and fatigue no matter how much you rest, you could be suffering from Fibromyalgia. Doctors are just now learning how to properly diagnose and treat this condition. There are non-invasive or minimally invasive ways to treat Fibromyalgia, and the staff at Interventional Pain Associates in Austin, TX, are leading the way in new treatment methods for this condition.
- Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which a person has long-term, body-wide pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, depression, and anxiety.
Dr. Saleemi’s Studies on Fibromyalgia:
Study 1: Axon Study Predicting Nerve Root Pathology
Study 3: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome
Study 4: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome II
Study 4: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT
Study 5: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT II
Do I Have Fibromyalgia?
The symptoms associated with Fibromyalgia are wide and varied. They usually include musculoskeletal pain in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments all over the body. This means that chronic aches and pains you are having in your lower back may be related to the ones you have in your upper arm or in your feet. Mornings and changes in weather can be extra difficult for Fibromyalgia sufferers. You can feel the dampness of rainy days deep in your bones, and that can make the aching and overall body pain even worse.