March 6, 2018

Are there triggers that bring on Fibromyalgia?

The answer is YES, there are triggers that bring on Fibromyalgia. But the answer isn’t just that simple. Based upon research, if you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, you were born with it. Most likely your great- grandparents, grandparents, parents had it before you. How it affects each individual is the variance. Some Fibromyalgia patients […]

Fibromyalgia
February 26, 2018

Fibromyalgia – A Painful Experience

No one has to tell Fibromyalgia patients that their pain is real and not in their heads as many physicians have told them. Pain for a Fibromyalgia patient is real, constant and everywhere throughout their body. It can range from acute intense pain to chronic mild to again severe. It can move all over their […]

Fibromyalgia
November 25, 2017

Epilogue on my book – Fibromyalgia, Falsehoods, Fakers, and Facts

I have been requested to update my book  Fibromyalgia, Falsehoods, Fakers, and Facts.  My first version went through a revision and update two years ago. Epilogue is a condensed version of what has transpired since I wrote the book four years ago. Although one might think that fours years and already one revision might be […]

Fibromyalgia
September 17, 2017

FIBROMYALGIA for the Rich, Poor, Famous and maybe You.

Talk about “coming out”.  Lady Gaga announced she had to enter a hospital and cancel a number of future engagements due to severe body pain and fatigue that has been diagnosed as Fibromyalgia. She was very positive but she had no time schedule as to when she might be able to return to a regular […]

Fibromyalgia
August 20, 2017

The “Bullying” of Fibromyalgia Patients.

There is a lot of news recently concerning “bullying” and how it is affecting our children in schools. I remember when I was in grade school there always a group of boy that seemed to pick on the little guy. It was always the inevitable sneak up and push from behind on the play ground. […]

Fibromyalgia
July 16, 2017

The Other FIBROMYALGIA Cures.

I’ve received a number of responses from people who have taken the time to explain the successful answers for their Fibromyalgia condition. I’m very happy that your symptoms are reduced or gone.  If you have found a way to return to health either for yourself or a family member that is a wonderful thing. Having […]

Fibromyalgia
July 9, 2017

Time for a National Fibromyalgia Conference Again!

Happy summer everyone. For Arizona citizens it is an extreme hot one which definitely affects those who suffer with Fibromyalgia. We are all looking forward to the cooler more comfortable days. For this summer a group of us are organizing a National Fibromyalgia Conference/Convention in Phoenix In November. We already have Dr. St.Amand and Claudia […]

Fibromyalgia
May 25, 2017

Breast Implant and Fibromyalgia – Is there a Relationship?

A number of years ago I had a female patient that doubled as a famous female singer. Her resemblance to the singer was remarkable. After performances this patient double would be ushered through the crowd to a limo that the followers and photographers would converge on. While this was happening the star singer was going […]

Fibromyalgia
April 8, 2017

FIBROMYALGIA – A Historical Review

First, Fibromyalgia is a CONDITION. Regardless of the many articles written by MD’S, Fibromyalgia is not an unknown health condition wrapped up in neurological mumbo jumbo. The problem that allopaths, MD’s, DO’s, have with the condition of Fibromyalgia is this disease cannot be diagnosed by the educational basis from which allopaths are trained. As a […]

Fibromyalgia
February 27, 2017

Fibromyalgia Worsens Function in RA Patients

Recent published research stated that those patients with Rheumatoid arthritis had higher pain levels if they also were diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. “Fibromyalgia is associated with worsening function in rheumatoid arthritis patients”.”The researchers noted that Fibromyalgia is a debilitating syndrome characterized by widespread, non-articular pain. The condition is more common in RA patients, with a prevalence […]

Fibromyalgia, Pain Management