Differences in brain activity among individuals with fibromyalgia and normal controls

Neurological Pain Signatures Differ in Individuals with Fibromyalgia

Most people with chronic pain wish that there was some way that others could see their pain. Researchers have come a step closer to this goal by identifying the brain […]

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How to Clear Your Mind Before Sleeping?

Most of us have experienced the frustration of not being able to fall asleep quickly. In fact, the National Sleep Foundation reports that about 40% of Americans have difficulty sleeping […]

Deep-Brain Stimulation for Pain and Depression

Deep-Brain Stimulation for Pain and Depression

Up to now, deep-brain stimulation has used an invasive technique to regulate the neural activity in targeted areas. However, recent advancements have targeted deep brain tissue using electromagnetic fields without […]

Why is it important to know which fibromyalgia treatment will work best for you?

Why is it important to know which fibromyalgia treatment will work best for you?

If you want to know if a medication is truly working for you, you often have to continue it for a considerable amount of time. The goal of chronic pain […]

What Fibromyalgia Treatments Will Work Best for You?

What fibromyalgia treatments will work best for you is currently more trial and error than science. Our goal is to identify which fibromyalgia patients will best respond to what treatments […]

Why don’t fibromyalgia medications work consistently?

There are three FDA approved medications for the treatment of fibromyalgia: Lyrica, Cymbalta, and Savella. These three medications have been shown to reduce pain and increase function in some people […]

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