Fibromyalgia is a chronic and complex condition that involves widespread pain. Also, it involves insomnia, cognitive symptoms, and additional problems that make it difficult to live with. The diagnosis processes take long as many other conditions need to be ruled out first. This can lead to frustration and expense for the patient and his or her family.
Medications relieve the symptoms. However, there is no miracle drug to relieve fibromyalgia completely. Therefore, many continue to suffer on a day to day basis with some being unable to carry out normal daily functions. This has led many to seek natural solutions.
One 32-year-old woman was involved in a case study that shines hope on the otherwise bleak subject of chronic pain relief. The woman was suffering from the chronic pain of fibromyalgia as well as depression resulting from her struggles. Her patient history and examination revealed an upper cervical subluxation in the C1 or atlas.
The patient had 41 evaluations over the course of 6 months and received adjustments as needed (8 times). After 6 months of care and just 8 upper cervical adjustments, the patient was completely free from her fibromyalgia symptoms.
Of course, this is just one example so you may wonder if the same benefits will apply in your case. Several factors come into play. For example, there will be Q&As to get your patient history. If you have experienced any head or neck trauma in the past that could have misaligned the C1, this may indicate that the subluxation is playing a role in the chronic health condition. Of course, an actual examination is necessary in order to determine the existence of such a misalignment. Then the correction of the problem will follow.
If you seek some relief from fibromyalgia symptoms, upper cervical chiropractic care may be the solution for you.
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