From our experience it is noticeable that many medical professionals are ‘tagging’ their patients with this disorder and not providing the adequate means or referring the individual to a skilled physical therapist and help return him or her to a normal pain free lifestyle. We feel this happens because the condition is still not very well understood making it even more important that the patient is surrounded by skilled medical professionals working together to provide a solution to the problem. At Harbour clinic we are firm believers in networking and building a circle of trusted, skilled multi-disciplinary practitioners.

One recent study concluded that fascial dysfunction in Fibromyalgia leads to widespread pain. Clinical studies of manual therapies that target the fascia, like myofascial release could help define the role of fascia in producing Fibromyalgia pain and this could significantly improve our ability to treat Fibromyalgia.

At Harbour clinic we have highly skilled therapists specialising in modern and traditional myofascial release techniques. Recent trips to the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States exploring new ways to treat the fascia system have produced fantastic results helping many clients overcome chronic pain.

To make an appointment at our Dublin clinic to help overcome Fibromyalgia pain please contact us at (01) 236 6648.

Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which a person has long-term, body wide pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, depression and anxiety.

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