Fibromyalgia

Colorado Injury + Pain Specialists

More than five million Americans have been diagnosed as suffering from fibromyalgia pain. Deep muscle pain, tender and painful areas, plus stiffness and soreness in the morning, are among the primary symptoms of fibromyalgia. Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists can help define the severity of fibromyalgia and offer treatments to relieve the pain.

Fibromyalgia is the most common musculoskeletal condition that affects chronic pain patients after osteoarthritis. Due in part to the fact that there is no definitive test to identify fibromyalgia, it is often misdiagnosed and misunderstood. Fibromyalgia is a disease of exclusion, meaning your physician will identify fibromyalgia as the source of your pain through the process of eliminating other potential conditions and causes.

Diagnosing Fibromyalgia

Diagnosing fibromyalgia is a difficult task of elimination. Since no tests exist to confirm this disease, physicians must simply remove any other diagnosis from the case and eventually “boil down” the painful symptoms to fibromyalgia. Many patients have developed attendant symptoms such as sleep problems, fatigue and anxiety by the time this diagnosis is delivered. The professional pain management staff at the Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists know how to listen, and offer two convenient locations to help serve fibromyalgia patients who are dealing with chronic pain issues.

Large muscle range of motion can be severely hampered by fibromyalgia. Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists can create a personalized program to begin to bring relief. Headaches can be reduced in severity with proper programs of treatment. The pain management doctors at the Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists are experts at designing the therapy that suits each individual case.

Fibromyalgia Treatment

Your physician at the Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists will determine the best course of treatment to help alleviate your fibromyalgia-related pain after careful examination and testing. Fibromyalgia is best treated with a comprehensive regimen including physical and massage therapies, a light exercise and stretching program, and specific lifestyle changes to curb unhealthy habits that are likely contributing to the severity of the condition. Additionally, nutritional and psychological counseling may be very beneficial in helping to restore the patient to functionality and productivity.

Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists is one of the area’s experts in the treatment and management of pain related to a fibromyalgia diagnosis. If you are experiencing pain from fibromyalgia, one of the pain management experts at the Colorado Injury and Pain Specialists can help. You don’t have to live with pain anymore. 

Contact us to learn more about how we can help at 970-242-0162