Category: Fibromyalgia

The New Test for Fibromyalgia and a Possible Effective Treatment Option

Jenny L. F. Andrus, MD As a fellowship-trained Interventional Pain Management Specialist, I often diagnose and treat patients who display the symptoms of Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS).  Commonly seen complaints with this condition are widespread musculoskeletal pain, tender points located in specific areas of the body, fatigue and sleep issues.  Conditions often experienced with FMS are… Read more »

Why is Pain Felt Intensely by Some People and Less so for Others?

Raj N. Sureja, MD Every day in my medical practice, I encounter patients who experience pain on an on-going basis.  Their pain may be caused by an injury that happened to them, a diagnosed disease or for a completely unknown reason, called idiopathic pain.  For most people, the pain that they feel is recognized but… Read more »

Fibromyalgia: A Painful and Often Misdiagnosed Condition – Jenny L. F Andrus, MD

I commonly see patients in my Interventional Pain Management Practice who present with widespread pain and other troublesome symptomology.  They may have been given an incorrect diagnosis or maybe the physician(s) they have seen have told them that they can find nothing wrong.  By the time I see most of these patients, they are often… Read more »