We are assuming that if you are reading this, you either think that you or someone you know may have fibromyalgia, or you already know that you have it. Either way, you will be interested in learning more about how to properly treat fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia syndrome is not uncommon to the United States, with over 5 million people who are affected by it. Some of the many symptoms of fibromyalgia include: whole body pain, fatigue, difficulty with sleep, brain fogginess, morning stiffness, muscles knotting/cramping/weakness, digestive tract disorders, headaches/migraines, problems with balance, and itching/burning. It is anything but pleasant, and something you will want to seek immediate treatment for. The type of global muscular pain that is caused by fibromyalgia leads to the many other debilitating symptoms, which all significantly weigh down upon sufferers.

Unfortunately, those seeking out fibromyalgia treatment do not have to imagine being in a position where they wake up in the morning, after a restless night of intermittent sleep, to find that the muscle pains that prevented them from sleeping well are still as present and still as distracting as the nights and days before. These are most unfortunate side effects, which play the role of causing misery in the lives of sufferers.

Dr Draesel and his group of doctors, based in Miami, Florida has many years of experience helping and relieving patients who suffer from fibromyalgia. Aside from being able to professionally and accurately diagnose patients who suffer from fibromyalgia, some of the therapies involved with fibromyalgia treatment that you will find available at his offices include:

  • Laser therapy over the diagnostic points used to diagnosis fibromyalgia.
  • Whole-body cryotherapy (low-temperature treatment).
  • Lymphatic drainage.
  • Nutrition therapy, based on blood-testing deficiency.
  • IV infusion therapy specifically designed for fibromyalgia.
  • Electroanalgesic therapy.

The first step to treating fibromyalgia is recognizing the symptoms and having them examined by a specialist. From there, the specialist will help you design which roadmap you will follow on the multidisciplinary course to treating and relieving the symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome.