The widespread muscle pain, joint discomfort, and fatigue associated with fibromyalgia can dramatically affect your everyday life. At Spinal Correction Centers, Stephen Steller, DC, and the chiropractic team offer nonpharmaceutical treatments that help restore daily function so you can get back to work, exercise, and your daily routine. Call one of the offices in Dunedin, Largo, Riverview, and St. Petersburg, Florida, or use this website to request an appointment online.
Fibromyalgia causes pain throughout your body. It can also cause sleep problems and overwhelming fatigue.
People with fibromyalgia may also experience:
Fibromyalgia doesn’t have a specific diagnostic test, so it can be difficult to determine whether you have the condition. Often, your medical provider only comes to a diagnosis of fibromyalgia after ruling out other causes of your symptoms.
Researchers don’t fully understand why some people develop fibromyalgia. The condition can run in families, and women who have another painful disease, such as an infection or arthritis, have a higher risk.
Other factors that may increase your risk of developing fibromyalgia include a sedentary lifestyle, mood disorders, and a history of emotional or physical abuse or trauma.
Chiropractic care offers an alternative to the prescription medicine treatments that conventional medical practitioners often rely on to treat fibromyalgia symptoms.
The goal of the treatments provided at Spinal Correction Centers is to address the root cause of your condition so your symptoms occur less often and are far less severe.
Precise chiropractic adjustments can help restore the overall health of fibromyalgia patients and aid their bodies in self-healing.
Chiropractic care improves your spine’s alignment. You also experience better movement in your joints, so stiffness and pain resolve. Without chiropractic care, severe stiffness and immobility can persist.
Chiropractic care also includes lifestyle recommendations that help patients with fibromyalgia improve the nutritional quality of their diets. This also benefits overall health. Your provider may also offer recommendations on boosting sleep quality to combat underlying fatigue.
Your treatment may also include soft tissue work, like therapeutic massage, to minimize painful pressure points in your neck, shoulders, spine, back, and joints. Chiropractic care can also alleviate headaches and painful joints associated with fibromyalgia.
If you have fibromyalgia and desire natural, effective management of your condition, contact the nearest Spinal Correction Centers by phone or use this website to request an appointment online today.