Fibromyalgia is really a never-ending, health condition that's best explained by defining its symptoms. Such as, but definitely are not limited by:

•all-over body pain within the muscles, ligaments and tendons;
•numerous sore-to-the-touch areas on the body, or tender points, where the slightest strain causes immense pain and recurrent tiredness despite lengthy sleep.
   The indications of Fibromyalgia can differ according to the time, weather, stress and/or physical activity. There are no medical tests for Fibromyalgia. Doctors must first rule out all the conditions that might be causing these symptoms before diagnosing the patient with Fibromyalgia.

•   Experts theorize that people with Fibromyalgia never truly achieve the profound restorative phases of REM sleep, and that is where the exhaustion emanates from. Some fibromyalgia patients can sleep for extensive periods of time yet still wake feeling tired. One major insomnia issues connected with Fibromyalgia is:

• Restless-Leg Syndrome  ( RLS pain)
   Experts have  a theory of why patients that have Fibromyalgia feel pain. They feel individuals with fibromyalgia possess a lower limit to pain because of heightened feelings within the brain to pain stimuli. In addition they believe that some people have repetitive nerve stimulus that creates the mental changes seen in some personalities exposed to chronic pain.
   The intense, chronic pain and sensitivity in muscles and ligaments experienced by Fibromyalgia sufferers can be debilitating and persistent. Although more common in females, Fibromyalgia can happen to anyone and occur at any time. The largest obstacle with Fibromyalgia is that there is no known cure, which means a lifetime of pain relieving drugs, such as NSAIDS (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) or other specialized medications. Such prescriptions can be expensive and have unpleasant side effects such as drowsiness, irritability, and for many lessened mental alertness.

   Other treatment plans for Fibromyalgia include, hot and cold packs, stretching, physical exercise and ultrasound therapy. Therapeutic ultrasound for treating fibromyalgia provides deep tissue stimulation and pain relief. Ultrasound physiotherapy can be a very effective way to manage this of Fibromyalgia.

   Ultrasonic waves penetrate your skin to cause vibrations in tendons and soft tissues, providing gentle deep tissue heating that decreases pain and inflammation to hurry healing. Ultrasound therapy increases the flow of blood and oxygen to tendons as well as relaxes muscles and decreases swelling. Ultrasound works extremely well as a pain therapy system to manage Fibromyalgia pain flare-ups and can now be utilized in enhanced comfort of the home without having to go to a clinic or doctor's office for infrequent treatments.

   Home ultrasound machines are now available for Fibromyalgia treatments and rehabilitation. Visits to a chiropractor or physical therapist office for ultrasound physical therapy can be expensive and inconvenient, but it is now possible to rehab fibromyalgia, and many other chronic injuries, in the comfort of your own home.

   Because fibromyalgia involves soft tissue inflammation, several  specific sorts of home ultrasound machines may be used.  Generally all ultrasound units come with pulsed and continuous modes.  Pulsed for physiological changes and continuous for internal heating with the associated thermal benefits.  The devices have to be FDA approved and no less than a 1 year warranty.

   Clinical professional units may have several different size treatment heads, multiple frequencies and larger effective ultrasonic stimulation areas.  The clinical ultrasound units can be rented if the supplier is an approved A.C.H.C. accredited company.


     Our video explains how ultrasound works for better understanding: