Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fibromyalgia, Alternative Therapies and the Bio-Psycho-Social

“People still insist on things like holistic healing and things that have no real basis in evidence because they want it to be true-it’s as simple as that”, Stephen Fry If there is any alternate healing therapy that I have … Continue reading

Posted in 3 treatments for fibromyalgia, bio-psycho-social, diane jacobs, elaine aron, energy work, fibro as a social construct, Fibromyalgia, herbs, homeopathy, hypervigilant, jinshin, massage, overly empathetic, pseudo science | 2 Comments

Fibromyalgia and unnecessary tests: more care is not better care

“He’s (sic) the best physician that knows the worthlessness of most medicines”, Benjamin Franklin This is not a blog about doctor bashing. I have been so fortunate for many decades┬áto have a physician who does not suggest unnecessary tests, is … Continue reading

Posted in charles darwin, evidence based medicine, Fibromyalgia, glen gould, malinger, misdiagnosis, pain and the brain, robert schuman, specific personality type, too many medical tests | 4 Comments