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Chiropractic Solutions for Fibromyalgia
Ease Fibromyalgia Symptoms with Chiropractic Care in Singapore
While fibromyalgia often affects women of childbearing age, men, children, and the elderly can also experience this condition.
Characterized by musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tender points, especially in the neck, spine, shoulders, and hips, fibromyalgia can significantly affect one's quality of life.
Improving Spinal Alignment to Combat Fibromyalgia
When the spine isn't properly aligned, the body may become more susceptible to various illnesses, including fibromyalgia. Chiropractic care addresses these painful conditions by correcting spinal misalignments.
Research Shows Positive Effects of Chiropractic Care for Fibromyalgia
A study published in the 'Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics' found that over 60% of participants who underwent thirty chiropractic sessions experienced significant reductions in pain intensity, improved fatigue levels, and better sleep quality.
A stressed nervous system can exacerbate fibromyalgia symptoms, hence the importance of addressing it.
Experience Exceptional Fibromyalgia Relief at Total Health Chiropractic Singapore
At Total Health Chiropractic Singapore, we have seen tremendous success in aiding Singapore residents diagnosed with fibromyalgia. We are dedicated to helping you regain your well-being through chiropractic care.
Looking for Fibromyalgia Information and Assistance? We're Here to Help!
If you need more information about fibromyalgia and how chiropractic care may help, feel free to contact us today. Our expert chiropractors in our clinics located at CBD, Tampines, Toa Payoh, and Clementi are eager to assist you.
“I was suffering from severe pain all over my body and was tired every day. After one month of care with the chiropractor, I have noticed so much improvement and so many changes. I am more relaxed and therefore have more energy. My sleeping has also improved because the pain in my back and shoulders has gone. I fully intend to continue with the recommended program of care. ”