How Do We Treat Fibromyalgia?

If you experience generalized body pain, muscle and joint pain that gets worse with exercise and is somewhat improved with rest, and you have very tender areas when you or someone else puts pressure on them, you may have a condition called fibromyalgia.

We are developing some ideas about the cause of this generalized painful condition. People with fibromyalgia have a low pain threshold, chronic generalized inflammation and frequently a history of trauma or injury from a fall, car accident or sports injury.

This is a difficult condition to treat. Pain medication may be temporarily effective but has long term side effects and can be addictive. The effective treatment I have found involves electromagnetic manipulation, working with diet to decrease inflammation and neurologic medications that work on the pain receptor and pathways.

FibromyalgiaTreatment Options

  • Indigo: Quantum Biofeedback. Indigo is a quantum electromagnetic biofeedback program that stimulates the body with a complex electromagnetic wavelength pulse and then reads your body’s response. Indigo can evaluate abnormal electromagnetic patterns and then correct and retrain them to normal.  Read more
  • Rife Machine.  Integrative medicine uses electrical wavelength therapy, based on the work of Dr. Royal Rife and others, for issues such as inflammation. Inflammation is a major contributor to fibromayalgia. The advantage of the Rife Machine is that you can buy one for yourself and use it daily. I have researched various Rife Machines and I am distributing one called the Wellness Pro.
  • Low Dose Naltrexone. One possible cause of fibromyalgia is a lack of response of the pain receptors in your body.  Recently it was discovered that a very low dose of Naltrexone, (4.5 mg), enhances the pain receptors. This treatment is not FDA approved. You can learn more about it by going online to

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