Fibromyalgia

Chronic pain is not a fun thing to live with. Around 1 of each 100 million Americans have to lead with pain without any presenting any sign of release. These patients usually experience this condition due to a past serious injury, a disease, or a post-surgery recovery period.

For all of these cases, physical and chiropractic therapy can be incredible options to diminish the symptoms and work incapacity, while improving quality of life and eliminating the abnormal pain sensation once and for all.
Fibromyalgia, which is a disorder of unknown etiology and physiopathology, is characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, accompanied by fatigue, sleep problems, cognitive difficulties (attention, concentration, memory), and altered mood. It is believed that patients suffering from this pathology present an alteration in the processing of pain by the brain, amplifying their perception and causing the complex symptomatology.

This is a perfect example of a condition that can benefit from the stated above therapies, especially if these are lead by a multidisciplinary team of health professionals.

The main goal of physical and chiropractic therapies, in this and other chronic pain disorders, is to make the development, recovery, and maintenance of the maximum functionality and mobility of the patient’s body the easiest possible.

For this reason, the rehabilitation treatment in patients with fibromyalgia has to be designed individually for each patient, applying it according to the symptoms, limitations, and alterations of the functional capacity of the same, while taking into account the types of exercises, intensity, time of duration, and its application.
By scheduling an appointment with us over at Spring Chiropractic, we can make you return to your daily activities in the shortest possible time thanks to the experience of experts such as Dr. Bolz, and the application of diverse therapeutic methods, one better than the other.

So, schedule your appointment with us and you will receive the proper attention your case requires.
For more information about chronic pain, fibromyalgia, and so much more, contact us at 281-651-7111. Our team of experts based in the beautiful town of Spring, TX, will be available during working hours to answer all your inquiries and support you in your path to wellness.