Fibromyalgia is real. The pain you awaken with is not “in your head.” You’re not even remotely a hypochondriac. If anyone–doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist, well- meaning friend, relative, or loved one–ever tries to convince you otherwise, tune them out.
They are wrong.
If anyone ever tells you fibro is incurable and you’ll just have to live with it, understand they’re seriously misinformed.
You may even be able to fix your fibromyalgia on your own, without doctors and without drugs. This book will tell you how.
You may have read that many doctors don’t believe fibro exists. It’s true, but happily the climate is changing. Speed the process along by giving your doctor a gift I’ve included in this book: The Physician’s Guide to Fibromyalgia. Print it out for your doctor or tell your physician about the printable version at our website, wholehealthchicago.com. He or she can e-mail me with any questions.
It’s my hope that with this book and the physician’s guide in hand, you and your doctor will become an educated team in treating your fibro. The statistics prove it: More American women have fibromyalgia than diabetes. All this fibro, this epidemic.
Let’s get rid of your painful fibromyalgia forever.
David Edelberg, MD
Praise for Healing Fibromyalgia
“Healing Fibromyalgia is the most important book currently available for anyone who thinks—or knows—she has fibromyalgia. Easy to follow and implement, once you’ve read it you’ll know more than most physicians about how to resolve it.”
—Frank Lipman, MD, author of REVIVE: Stop Feeling Spent and Start Living Again
“In Healing Fibromyalgia, Dr Edelberg’s trademark wit and wisdom shine through again. This time he demystifies fibromyalgia—a condition that baffles physicians and haunts over 200 million patients worldwide, most of whom are women under siege whose stress-buffering systems are running on empty. He tackles the social implications of fibromyalgia as well. Healing Fibromyalgia is essential reading for fibro sufferers and for physicians who want this form of suffering to end.”
—Keith Berndtson, MD, author of Seek Wisdom: The Modern Quest for Health and Sustainability
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