Fibromyalgia Treatment

Fibromyalgia is exhausting and mentally crushing because you often suffer alone.

Fibromyalgia is exhausting and mentally crushing because you often suffer alone.

Fibromyalgia can be the cause of recurring exhaustion and overall muscle and joint pain.

It can leave you ailing and dejected if not diagnosed and treated quickly.

Activities as simple as cooking a meal can leave you exhausted and achy from head to toe as if you just ran a marathon.

Have you talked with your physician over and over looking for some clues but they don’t know what’s wrong with you?

Does everyone you ask for help act like you’re crazy?

You know something is wrong but no one believes you…

Before getting an incorrect diagnosis and getting risky surgical procedures or using the wrong prescriptions, get a comprehensive private exam to find answers for your exhaustion.

It is a common but frequently overlooked condition.

Over 12 million Americans suffer with fibromyalgia and is often associated with depression and social isolation.

Some symptoms of fibromyalgia can be: stress, trouble sleeping, tiredness, numbness or tingling in fingers and feet, frequent headaches, and widespread pain.

There is no simple lab test that can detect fibromyalgia and often family doctors will misdiagnose the condition or won’t come up with anything wrong at all.

You want an answer to the problem without getting the run-around from every doctor you visit.

Stop feeling worn out and exhausted all the time.

Let Dr. Galgano renew your energy and normal way of life by scheduling a private chiropractic exam to determine the best treatment.

We're currently running a special where $49 gets you a comprehensive exam, xrays (if necessary), and personal consultation ($260 value).

Call us now at 609-454-8109 or fill out the form to the right to reserve your comprehensive exam, xrays (if necessary), and personal consultation.

We'll focus on the cause of your pain and design a custom plan for you to regain your youthful health.

Fibromyalgia Treatment was last modified: March 10th, 2014 by Dr James Galgano