Alleviating Pain and Symptoms With Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

Do you suffer from chronic pain which is spread out in different parts of your body? You may have fibromyalgia, a condition which causes constant pain, in addition to other physical and mental problems.

If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and have not found lasting relief through conventional therapy, turn to our team at Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers. We offer laser therapy to our patients who wish to find relief from pain and the other symptoms caused by fibromyalgia.

Common Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

The most common and severe symptom of fibromyalgia is typically pain and tender areas of the body. This pain can range from minor to severe and come on unexpectedly or stay consistently. You may experience deep aching in tender points in your soft tissue throughout your body, as well as burning or shooting pains. Medication is often not sufficient to relieve pain, and many patients who come to us do not want to depend on medication for lasting pain management.

In addition to pain, a few of the most common symptoms of fibromyalgia include:

  • Headaches, migraine or tension
  • Inability to move easily or exercise
  • Tingling or numbness
  • Memory/concentration issues
  • Fatigue or insomnia
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
Fibromyalgia Treatment | Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers | Shelton CT
Fibromyalgia Treatment | Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers | Shelton CT

Treating Fibromyalgia Without Surgery

At Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers, we use laser therapy as a form of pain management to help alleviate the pain and symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. Laser therapy can help because it eliminates the inflammation of fibromyalgia, and works on the widespread pain that affects joints and muscles.  If you are having difficulty sleeping and are in so much pain you cannot live a normal life, we are here to help. We have built personalized treatment plans for our patients to beat fibromyalgia, rather than mask the symptoms with medication or using invasive surgery.



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