Do You Have Fibromyalgia?? Give Holistic Physiotherapy and Chiropractic a Try!
Are You Searching for a Solution to Your Symptoms’ Pain?
Your doctor may have had to spend some time trying to figure out what was wrong with you before finally diagnosing you with fibromyalgia. People with fibromyalgia have different symptoms.
We’re all just trying to get by. It’s perfectly normal for us to feel pain at some point in our lives. Soreness is a common side effect of regular exercise. Even if your toes were stubbed, or if you fell down and scraped your knee, you’re not alone. Ibuprofen and a good night’s sleep are usually all you need to get through the day.
A lot of times, despite your best efforts, the pain you’re feeling is widespread, chronic, and irreversible. As a result, your general well-being may suffer. Although many people turn to over-the-counter pain relievers, anti-inflammatory medications are unable to help with this particular type of discomfort.
A more physiological severe condition known as fibromyalgia may be the cause of your chronic pain and other symptoms like fatigue, mood swings, and sleep irregularities.
If you suspect fibromyalgia is interfering with your daily activities, make an appointment with one of our holistic physiotherapists, chiropractors, or massage therapists at Northstar Integrated Health & Physical Medicine Center right away. We can help alleviate your pain symptoms and help you achieve the best possible level of health and well-being.
What is fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a medical condition that causes widespread pain and fatigue.
People who suffer from fibromyalgia are often referred to using the term “fibromyalgia syndrome.” Some medical experts believe that an overactive sympathetic nervous system causes fibromyalgia, but the exact cause is still unknown. However, this part of your body triggers the “fight or flight” response.
The first signs of fibromyalgia often appear after a traumatic event, whether it be physical or emotional. This hasn’t been proven scientifically, but it makes sense. Fibromyalgia can begin as a result of long-term stress or depression, or it can develop as a result of a combination of these and other factors.
Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with fibromyalgia. If you have a family history of this condition, you are more likely to get it yourself.
Fibromyalgia’s most common symptoms include:
- Memory loss or confusion
- Irregular or disrupted sleep cycles/cycles.
- Sensory/numbness sensitivity
- Mood swings, chronic pain, and/or aching muscles
- Tender spots on the body
How can people living with fibromyalgia benefit from holistic physiotherapy, chiropractic care, and massage therapy?
In order to effectively manage your chronic pain and help you regain full physical function, Northstar Integrated Health & Physical Medicine Center offers a variety of non-invasive, natural treatments.
If you have fibromyalgia, you don’t have a disease; you have a set of symptoms. If you’re in need of a personalized treatment plan for your specific physical skills, medical history, and present symptoms, you can be confident that our holistic physiotherapists, chiropractors, and massage therapists are available in the United States.
For the sake of your health and well-being, it’s important to know that the medications prescribed by your primary care physician do not address your condition’s long-term persistence or its impact on daily life.
A variety of pain-relieving techniques, manual therapies, and exercises are used in the physiotherapy, chiropractic, and massage therapy sessions at Northstar Integrated Health & Physical Medicine Center. Studies have shown that a combination of cardiovascular and strengthening exercises can alleviate pain, improve sleep, and boost mood. To avoid overtaxing an already overworked nervous system, it’s important to progress slowly.
Let Northstar Integrated Health & Physical Medicine Center help you get back to your normal routine.
Finding relief from even the worst fibromyalgia symptoms is possible regardless of your stage in the journey. Get in touch with us today to set up an appointment with one of our highly-trained physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists.