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Fibromyalgia Doctor in Littleton, CO Who Uses Neurofeedback

Finding a Doctor in Littleton, CO to successfully treat the Diagnosis of Fibromyalgia Syndrome.

One of the most popular diagnosis’ of the last 30 years has been that of fibromyalgia syndrome. Ever since a physician coined the term in 1981, fibromyalgia has taken on a life of its own and now effects three to five million people in the United States alone.

It is not uncommon for doctors, researchers, and scientists to disagree upon a diagnosis, but rarely do illnesses become as muddles as fibromyalgia syndrome. As you may already know, a syndrome is not actually a disease, but is actually a group of symptoms that may indicate a disease or disorder. However, fibromyalgia syndrome has such a wide variety of symptoms that almost any combination of symptoms could result in a serious disease diagnosis. Yet, fibromyalgia syndrome continues to be the diagnosis people accept, opposed to more standard disease diagnosis and prognosis.

This is due in part to the all-inclusive nature of fibromyalgia syndrome. After reviewing the symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome it appears that very few were excluded since the original diagnosis.

Fibromyalgia syndrome symptoms include but are not limited to:

Skin Irritation
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Tender Points
Weight Gain
Vision Problems

Believe it or not, these are just a few of the symptoms in the ever increasing group of the symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome. It seems that the vast majority of allopathic treatments are ineffective, which comes as no surprise considering the wide variety of possible issues. However, alternative treatments for fibromyalgia syndrome have been found to be extremely effective. Chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage therapy continue to be the most beneficial to the plethora of symptoms that fibromyalgia syndrome can be made up of.

More and more research is pouring in regarding how the brain and nervous system are major influencers in the cause of Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS). One of the most intriguing treatment protocols to show high levels of success in helping people with FMS is a brain-based treatment called Neurofeedback.

The treatment starts by 'mapping' the brain of the patient and identifying abnormal functioning areas of the brain that may be contributing to insomnia, musculoskeletal pain, fatigue or even visceral and metabolic problems causing ill-health symptoms. Once identified, these abnormal brainwave patterns can be corrected to help those areas of the nervous system to properly self-regulate and function more appropriately thus reducing symptoms and helping to minimize the symptoms stemming from a 'short-circuited' nervous system.

To schedule a brain map to see if your fibromyalgia can be helped naturally, without drugs, please call our office at 303-794-5255 or simply fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you ASAP.

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