FIBROMYALGIA AND MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME by Chris Jenner – BOOK REVIEW…

FibromyalgiaFibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Syndrome written by Dr Chris Jenner, one of the UK’s leading consultants on pain control, who works as a consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia at St. Mary’s Hospital, London.

The book due out on the 27th June, 2013 gives you advice on managing your Fibromyalgia by becoming an expert patient.

The lack of knowledge which Dr Jenner says surrounds two of the most prevalent illnesses in the world today means that you can often go undiagnosed for years. But with the right care, there is much that can be done to help anyone with these conditions to improve their quality of life dramatically.

This book will help educate you about the conditions and explain how to deal with them, in a clear and down-to-earth way. It explains how these conditions might affect different aspects of your life, what your options are and how you can get on with your life.

This is an excellent read for any Fibromyalgia and/or Myofascial Pain sufferer.

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6 thoughts on “FIBROMYALGIA AND MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME by Chris Jenner – BOOK REVIEW…

  1. A friend sent me a sample of a ‘pain relief lotion’ for my dad. He has scoleosis and osteoarthritis in his shoulders and knees. I applied the lotion one eveneing with a second application 10 minutes later, then the next morning and evening. The second morning he said that the lotion actually relieved his pain even though he still had some discomfort. Anyone interested in trying this homeopathic lotion can go to http://www.PainLube.info and get 5 sample/travel packets for $5 (FREE shipping). Use PROMO CODE 72346 and receive 3 more packets. More information can be found at http://www.PainLube.com

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  2. Hello again, it feels like it has been a while since I have visited your blog, but I hope you are having a good start to the summer. I was wondering if you had heard anything about this blood test developed by a doctor in California for diagnosing fibromyalgia? I know that it can be very difficult to diagnose fibromyalgia and this sounded pretty interesting, however some other people that I asked mentioned that it was too expensive.

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    • Hi Stephen – nice to hear from you – sorry I’ve not heard about the new blood test here yet but I think we are bit behind you in the latest for Fibro. Keep in touch with more details so I can post on here for the UK residents. Take care

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