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Spine Universe, are leaders in patient and healthcare professional education, providing clear, straightforward information on conditions related to the spine, including degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and scoliosis. Most importantly, they are committed to presenting trustworthy, high-quality information.

Their Universal Guide to Fibromyalgia is expert written, by an M.D. specializing in endocrinology, and is a valuable “one-stop-shop” for all things fibromyalgia (from symptoms to treatment and everything in between). 

This guide is available to my readers at Spine Universe, which has everything you ever wanted to know, about Fibromyalgia straight from the experts. The article includes What Is Fibromyalgia?   |    Causes   |    Symptoms   |    Diagnosis   |    Treatment   |    Living with Fibromyalgia   |    Sources and more.

Fibromyalgia is a widespread chronic pain disorder that affects many different areas and functions of the body. Photo Source: 123RF.com.

Spine Universe explain what many Fibro sufferers comment on that ‘Fibromyalgia, a chronic and often misunderstood condition. And to add insult to injury—not only do doctors often misdiagnose it, until recently, some have questioned its legitimacy as an actual disorder...

They have a list of at least 10 possible causes of Fibromyalgia, plus the very long and comprehensive list of symptoms we have to deal with and how it also causes back pain. The guide also explains how to get a diagnosis which can be very difficult for some. As some of my readers know mine came about after my spinal consultant asked me to keep a diary of my pain for six weeks after he had given me an epidural for pain. When he read my diary he immediately said he thought I was suffering from Fibromyalgia as well, and immediately sent me to see a Rheumatologist who confirmed it was Fibromyalgia.

The guide then goes into strategies on how to live with Fibromyalgia and the different types of treatment options. It is a great guide full of all you need to know about this condition.


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