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10 Oct 2022

Fibromyalgia and Neurofeedback

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“Question:  My wife says that her doctor told her that fibromyalgia is caused by stress and that there is no cure.  This seems contradictory to me.  Can fibromyalgia be treated?

Answer:  Stress does not actually cause anything.  It can only increase the likelihood of occurrence.  Treatment of fibromyalgia is possible through neurotherapeutic correction of the neurological predisposition plus treatment for stress management. From Biofeedback for the Brain p. 26 by Paul G Swingle, Ph.D.

Stress is a big player in almost all conditions we treat. Drs. Vicki and Charles Kelsey, DC, BCN