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Motion-Controlled Video Games for Fibromyalgia

Motion-Controlled Video Games for Fibromyalgia

New research indicates that motion-controlled video games (for example Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 Move, and Microsoft Xbox Kinect) may provide benefits to individuals with fibromyalgia.
Participants (all of whom had been diagnosed with this syndrome) went through five sessions on the systems mentioned above and described their symptoms before and… Read More

 

Scientists Discover the Biological Basis for Fibromyalgia

Scientists Discover the Biological Basis for Fibromyalgia

Clinical investigators have found what they believe to be a biological basis for fibromyalgia within the skin. This discovery has the potential to change the foundation of modern fibromyalgia treatment as we know it, since current medications are designed to act solely within the patient’s brain.
Scientists from Integrated Tissue… Read More

 

How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?

How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?

Due to the lack of objective diagnostic tests available for fibromyalgia, this is a chronic condition which often remains vastly misunderstood. People who have fibromyalgia can suffer from a wide range of symptoms, and often, they may live large portions of their lives without realizing what the root cause is.… Read More

 

The 2012 Fibro Diet – Decrease Chronic Pain Caused by Fibromyalgia

The 2012 Fibro Diet – Decrease Chronic Pain Caused by Fibromyalgia

An Effective Diet Can Decrease Your Chronic Pain Symptoms
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition which can affect a person’s joints, tendons, and even their ligaments. Clinical research around fibromyalgia has shown that this condition can cause people to suffer from headaches, gastro intestinal issues, visual disturbances, bloating, shakiness, issues falling… Read More

 

Experimental Device Relieves Fibromyalgia Pain in Clinical Study

Experimental Device Relieves Fibromyalgia Pain in Clinical Study

Medical researchers have been testing an experimental four coil device which was designed to be used for transcranial magnetic stimulation deep within a patient’s brain. During a recent clinical study, they found some surprising instances of sustained pain relief when using the device with five fibromyalgia patients. These results show… Read More

 

Achieve Clinical Research Announces Fibromyalgia Research Studies in Birmingham, Alabama

Birmingham, Alabama, November 4, 2010 — Achieve Clinical Research, a privately owned research facility, founded in 1998 in Birmingham, Alabama, announces the launch of several research studies to test investigational treatment options for those already diagnosed with fibromyalgia. “Through clinical research studies, we can strive to significantly build on data… Read More

 
 
 

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