February 7, 2014

What Is Involved in a Successful Fibromyalgia Treatment Program?

Research involves a number of steps that will either validate or disprove the project someone is working on. Two points that are of utmost importance in proper research include  the following: Is the protocol reproducible and how long will someone expect to have a positive response from the protocol.

In the first point, reproducibility, our Fibromyalgia protocol has been shown by myself and other doctors to be easily worked into a program of continuity being used over and over again.

In the second point let me give you some dates: January 5, 2008, November 8, 2008, September 13, 2010, November 11, 2010 and October 11, 2007.

These are important dates that patients like Lori, Susan, Kim, Dorothy and Diana and many more will always remember because these dates were the beginning of the return to the life they could only dream about prior to having the condition of Fibromyalgia take over their life. They are patients that had almost given hope of a normal life until they ventured into our Fibromyalgia protocol. Some of their journeys with our protocol were easy while some required patience and time. As Claudia Marek president of the Fibromyalgia Research Center in California has stated this protocol is not easy.” You can allow fibromyalgia to control you or you can control this condition”. When I say it is not easy it’s not because it is painful. It’s because it requires you to get out of your comfort zone. You cannot cheat and follow your old ways of living. If you do not follow the protocol you will fail. The protocol involves an initial anti-inflammatory diet for about two weeks. you can only guess how many people fail because they refuse to accept changes that will help them feel better quickly. Oh, I’ve got to have my Coca Cola in the morning or I have to have my pasta or bread every day or you place in your own excuse.

Check the dates on those patients that are now living normal pain free active lives for some over 6 years. These are just a few of the many success we have had with our Fibromyalgia protocol. Before patients start on our program we have them visit with some of the patients that have completed or are in the process of going through the protocol. We want all patients to know what they can expect in the program.

Why waste another day or week or year suffering with this condition. Think back 6 years and ask yourself what have you been missing in life while you’ve had to deal not only with this condition but also the physicians, family and friends that may have doubted you.

Here’s your chance to get back your life. Just contact us and we’ll talk and see how we might be able to assist you

Allergies, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Detox, Diet, Fibromyalgia, Pain Management, Salicylates
  1. I would also say that exercise is another important aspect of fibro pain management. From the outside looking in, it’s not too hard to see why it might sound surprising that regular exercise is one of the best ways to manage the pain of fibromyalgia. I just recently watched this really informative video that was created by a blogger who guys by the handle "Fibro Gal." She really dove into a lot of great details as to why exercise should be an important part of any fibro patient’s pain management plan. I’m hoping more people get a chance to see this video, even if they aren’t living with a condition like fibromyalgia.

    • Hello Stephen in Miami.
      Yes exercise is important in the overall picture for any treatment and rehabilitation program. For fibromyalgia patients just getting out of bed, getting the mail or the simplest of actions are exercise for the fibromyalgia patient. Most fibromyalgia patients have been inactive for years. Many have a high degree of fat to lean tissue ratio. Based on my many years of working with fibromyalgia patients I have found that the priority is to reduce inflammation through the protocol thereby allowing the protocol to work its magic. After the patient starts to show improvement in the form of reduced symptoms and increased ability to perform activities of daily living we then place the patient on a stretching program ( stretch before strengthening ). I have found that if you accelerate the patients activity too quickly there body’s tissue is unable to accomodate to these changes and injuries occur. In other words a “normal” exercise program for a long term fibromyalgia patient usually take from 6 months to one year. Thank you for your question.

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