Fibromyalgia is a difficult enough condition to deal with without the additional burden of a healthcare professional who doesn’t take it seriously. The added stress of a doctor who does not seem to have compassion for what you are dealing with may actually serve to increase stress levels – a well-known trigger of fibromyalgia flare-ups.
What are some of the things you wish you could talk to your doctor about? Do you want suggestions on how to keep up with your job while dealing with chronic health problems? Do you wish your doctor spent more time with you so you could ask questions about your symptoms? Unfortunately, many doctors give patients the impression they are too busy for such a discussion.
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Finding the right doctor is about so much more than finding someone with a prescription pad. After all, medications may provide mere temporary relief. Discussing your condition with someone who is willing to try and get to the bottom of what is wrong can be just what you need.
Most upper cervical chiropractors focus on people first and wellness as the result of overall care. Thus, many patients find that this is where they get the compassion they’ve been looking for in the healthcare field. But can upper cervical chiropractic actually do anything for a fibromyalgia patient?
Interestingly, some patients have experienced complete resolution of fibromyalgia after precise and gentle adjustments of the C1 (atlas vertebra). Since this bone is positioned at the base of the skull, it can have far-reaching effects on everything from how much blood gets to the brain to how signals are passed throughout the body. To learn more about what upper cervical chiropractic may be able to do for your condition, find a practitioner near you.
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