Pain Management Centers in North Carolina
Treating Chronic Pain Caused by Fibromyalgia for 20 Years
Individuals diagnosed with fibromyalgia often experience chronic pain migrating throughout the body. Dr. Francis C. Corrigan and the pain management professionals at Solas Health Center, with offices in Pinehurst, Cary, and Fayetteville, North Carolina, will conduct an extensive evaluation and review of your symptoms before designing a treatment plan to relieve your symptoms and help you regain a positive outlook for the future.
After your first appointment, you will be moving in the right direction with expert clinical support and a treatment plan to follow. It’s simple to get started, call us at 910-295-7246.
Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes widespread discomfort in the fibers and muscles of the body. Often described as a constant ache, the pain from fibromyalgia typically moves randomly throughout the body and may occur in several areas at once. The discomfort associated with fibromyalgia sometimes starts after you’ve suffered physical trauma in an accident but can develop gradually over time with no readily apparent cause.
Beyond the pain, patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia often experience a host of other symptoms associated with this debilitating condition, which may include:
- Poor sleep patterns
- Extreme fatigue
- Morning stiffness
- Lack of desire to accomplish daily routines
- Chronic headaches
- Mood disturbance, including depression
- Hypersensitivity to cold or heat
- Dry eyes, nose, and mouth
- Tingling sensation with numbness in the hands and feet
- Difficulty concentrating, often referred to as “fibro fog”
How’s fibromyalgia diagnosed?
Physicians rely heavily on certain physical manifestations to help diagnose fibromyalgia, such as pain persisting for 3 months or more, occurring on both the right and left sides of the body, and above and below the waist. Because many conditions have the same symptoms as fibromyalgia, doctors typically rule out other medical issues before settling on a diagnosis. For instance, diabetes, thyroid disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme disease, and numerous other easily diagnosed conditions include widespread pain, chronic fatigue, disturbed sleep, and other symptoms often associated with fibromyalgia.
How’s the condition treated?
Due to their extensive experience in treating chronic pain and the conditions causing it, the medical providers at Solas Health perform a very thorough physical examination and diagnostic assessments for patients presenting with fibromyalgia symptoms. They’ve found that a thorough evaluation often leads to identifying other conditions which respond very effectively to pain management with medication, interventional pain management, rehabilitation, and alternative therapies such as acupuncture. Stop suffering from fibromyalgia, call or schedule an appointment online at Solas Health.
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