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New Educational DVD Touches Fibromyalgia Patient's Lives

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By Editor • www.ProHealth.com • June 2, 2006


Fibromyalgia: Show Me Where It Hurts premiered at the National Fibromyalgia Association's 2006 National Patient Conference, where it was enthusiastically received and created a great deal of discussion between patients and healthcare providers.

Fibromyalgia: Show Me Where It Hurts includes;
  • Patient Interviews & Frequently Asked Questions
  • Condition Facts & Commentary
  • Explanation of Causes & Symptons
  • Dramatized Workings of the Central Nervous System
  • Latest Research Findings from Noted Specialists
  • Treatment & Lifestyle Techniques
  • Patient Resources
  • Education & Understanding for Family and Friends
This moving DVD provides a fascinating juxtaposition of the personal human misery of Fibromyalgia and the current scientific findings and theories on the condition's origins in a story that is both educational and powerful. Real fibromyalgia patients discuss their struggle with this disorder and its devastating symptoms, and tell of the hope that this new research has given them. You will also find that this DVD also serves as an effective educational tool for family members friends, and even doctors, to help them understand the immense impact of Fibromyalgia on patient's lives. Fibromyalgia: Show Me Where It Hurts features Patrick B. Wood, M.D., Andrew J. Holman, M.D. and Lynne Matallana, fibromyalgia patient and Founder and President of the National Fibromyalgia Association, and numerous patient interviews. You now have the opportunity to own your own copy of this exiting new DVD. Watching Fibromyalgia: Show Me Where It Hurts will give you a better understanding of the true nature of fibromyalgia and its complex symptoms, of the latest cutting-edge research, and of a new pharmaceutical drug therapy that is showing excellent results. Dr. Patrick Wood is an authority on the cause and treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome who has been twice recognized by the National Institutes of Health for his innovative research. He is a nationally known speaker and was invited to present his work at the World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia in Munich, Germany. Dr. Wood is the originator of the Dopamine Theory of Fibromyalgia and has spearheaded the use of advanced imaging technologies including Positron Emission Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy to investigate fundamental changes within the central nervous system that result in the development of Fibromyalgia. Dr. Wood directs both the Fibromyalgia Research Program and the Fibromyalgia Care Clinic at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. He is a Visiting Scholar at the world-renowned Centre for Research on Pain at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and also serves as chief medical advisor for Angler Biomedical Technologies, LLC. Dr. Wood's professional responsibilities include appointments as Assistant Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine, Psychiatry and Anesthesiology at LSU.



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Fibromyalgia
Posted by: Pewaukee
Aug 9, 2011
The symptoms of fibromyalgia

are not that easily dealt with. I am sure that the techniques in this DVD will help many deal with them better. This is progress, but we need more.
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