A common research finding of this ailment is that poor posture, cervical spine dysfunction, and spinal joint arthritis may be contributory to the muscle pain associated with Fibromyalgia. Your doctor of Chiropractic can help determine if you have a postural imbalance. A treatment program can then be established which may include manipulation to the spine, trigger point massage therapy, acupressure, stretching, and exercise.

Your chiropractor may also recommend a good diet and vitamin, mineral, or herbal remedies to give your body more of what it needs to heal. Remember that Chiropractic places the emphasis on improving the health of the body to reduce, control, or eliminate this ailment. For many, Chiropractic is a welcome relief from the alternative use of drugs such as anti-imflammatories and tricyclic antidepressants, which are commonly prescribed for this disorder.

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