Fibromyalgia (Cfs)

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by Nina Applegate, LMT Craniosacral therapy (CST) is an energetic and gentle form of bodywork, and it is beneficial for a wide variety of conditions. CST was first developed by John E. Upledger, an osteopathic physician and professor of biomechanics. CST focuses on the cranium, the dura mater aroun…

Acupuncture has been shown both clinically and in plentiful research studies to be helpful for a range of pain conditions, psychological conditions as well as autoimmune conditions.  Fibromyalgia is quite commonly treated and generally does quite well in large part due to the systemic and broader n…

Fibromyalgia can be a difficult disease both to identify and to treat from the western medical perspective.  Literally every single fibromyalgia patient I’ve ever seen had gone for months, sometimes years before being diagnosed.  It is sadly not too uncommon that more than a few have even been told…

Encephalomyelitis is a general term for a number of conditions arising from inflammation in the brain and/or spinal cord.  Most notably these are multiple sclerosis (MS - "encephalomyelitis disseminata), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS - myalgic encephalomyelitis), along with many others.  The more w…

Volumes of research and hundreds of years of experience have shown Tai Chi to promote a range of very positive health benefits in those who practice the exercise. Tai Chi has been shown to promote positive changes in immunity, in circulation, bone density, muscular strength, and more. Many of the…

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