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Pain Management
January 10, 2020

How are You Managing?

Fibromyalgia pain management is a multidimensional approach to relieve your pain. It should always include some form of exercise program.

Whether it is exercise for low back pain or another type of exercise for your fibromyalgia trigger points, it should be done with ease.

If you are currently taking fibromyalgia pain medication please continue.

The plan is to increase your fitness to decrease your dependence on the medication. Many clients did not like the way the fibromyalgia pain medication made them feel. Many of them no longer take them.

I am not claiming that exercise for fibromyalgia is all that is needed and your pain points will disappear.

My clients still have pain...occasionally. The exercise has given them the capability to better control their pain.

Serotonin is a chemical produced in our brains that help us deal with physical pain and stress. Fibromyalgia research has concluded that sufferers have reduced levels which causes their pain to be magnified.

There is only one true and proven method to increase your serotonin levels - exercise!

The approach to pain management on all levels is to minimize the pain, rather than to eliminate it.

You can diminish the pain with healthy exercise and a healthy diet. Many people exercise to look better and to feel better. I believe those results are both secondary to being physically healthier.

Our approach of exercise for fibromyalgia involves strengthening you, both physically and emotionally, to deal with your pain.

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