Pico-Tesla Aides Fibromyalgia
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Pico-Tesla Aides Fibromyalgia

Clearwater : FL : USA | Dec 27, 2010 at 8:15 AM PST
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Low magnetic therapy possible new treatment

The Magneceutical® company announces Pico-Tesla is now in its randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled pilot study, consisting of thirty patients with fibromyalgia.

This study is to determine if administration of magnetic fields produced by Pico-Tesla's Resonator™ system can be efficient as an additional therapy to oral medications in alleviating the symptoms of fibromyalgia.

Coordinator of the study, Dr. Miguel Trevino, Medical Director, Innovative Research of West Florida, Clearwater, Florida. Dr. Trevino has certification for the practice of medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Innovative Research is a leading Clinical Research site.

Allen Braswell, CEO of Pico-Tesla, states that they are excited about the expansion of clinical indications for Magneceutical® Therapy for fibromyalgia patients.

Fibromyalgia is a common and complicated chronic pain disorder which affects people physically, mentally and socially. Fibromyalgia is designated as fibromyalgia syndrome, fibromyositis and fibrositis which is noted by chronic wide spread pain, numerous tender points, abnormal pain processing, sleep problems, fatigue and many times psychological distress. In people with severe symptoms, fibromyalgia can be greatly incapacitating and interfere with daily tasks.

This new therapy uses an immensely low level magnetic field (EMF) administered by a specifically designed device called the Resonator™ created by Dr. Jerry L. Jacobson, along with the assistant therapeutic regulations intended to improve a number of signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia and other disorders and diseases which include atrial fibrillation, Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease and osteoarthritis.

Fibromyalgia in the medical community is still fairly new condition. In 1994, the American Fibromyalgia Symptom Association was originated and the National Fibromyalgia Association in 1997.

Currently a lot of people with fibromyalgia seek out alternative therapies to ease their symptoms.

Chiropractic

Chiropractic is one of the top treatments turned to by patients with fibromyalgia. Chiropractic treatments have been proven to a immense decrease of pain and joint stiffness among patients with fibromyalgia.

Treatments consist of spinal adjustments bringing the back to the correct position along with the pelvis. As joint functioning improves many patients have noticed a substantial decrease in pain.

Notable personalities such as Retired Brigadier General Becky Halstead, who uses chiropractic for her fibromyalgia and Montel Williams are advocates for chiropractic care.

Acupuncture

Studies have shown that acupuncture can provide relief of fatigue, anxiety and pain in fibromyalgia patients. Acupuncture treatments have been noted to last for up to seven months in some cases. Acupuncture ability to work is dependent upon the person.

Massage

Massage therapists are seeing more and more patients with fibromyalgia. Various massage techniques have been noted to decrease pain, fatigue, decrease stiffness and improve blood circulation.

Techniques used have been Swedish and Deep tissue massage.

Tia Chi

Studies conducted on using Tia Chi for fibromyalgia symptoms have had positive results. It has been shown decrease pain and help aide in sleep and overall quality of life.

Tia Chi blends together exercises using slow easy movements, meditation along with relaxation and breathing techniques.

Debbie Nicholson is based in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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