Monthly Archives: January 2016

Fibromyalgia is NOT a ‘Disease’! Manual therapists to “help”?

“Names are not always what they seem”, Mark Twain How to go about convincing experts and the general population that fibromyalgia is not a disease, but a Medically Unexplained Syndrome (MUS)? It is in fact, a dis-ease. It is mysterious … Continue reading

Posted in andrew still, anxiety, barrett dorko, chiropractors, craniosacral therapy, dermo-neuro-modulation, diane jacobs, Fibromyalgia, harry von Piekartz, itching, massage therapy, Medically unexplained syndrome, Osteopaths, physiotherapy, PTSD, reflexology, sense of touch, subluxation, thomas hanna, yoga | 20 Comments

Life with fibromyalgia: It’s not easy, but possible to find joy

“Excuse me while I kiss the sky”, Jimi Hendrix So, am I in such a lovely warm place┬ákissing this beautiful sky? No, instead I am in the midst of cold winter.

Posted in bio-pscho-social, Bronnie Thompson, bursitis, ChewsHealth.co.uk, cranial bone mobilization, Fibromyalgia, Harry J.M. Von Piekartz, inflammation in the joints, trigger warnings | 2 Comments