Fibromyalgia is a syndrome characterized by pain and intense sensitivity to muscle pressure and is often accompanied by fatigue, exhaustion, weakness, depression and difficulty concentrating even other syndromes such as irritable bowel syndrome. .The syndrome is common in the population (up to 6.6%) and more common in women compared to men It is probably a nociplastic type of pain that differs from neuropathic neuropathic pain and pain due to tissue damage  but despite advances in treatments and recognition of disability caused by the disease in recent years, the mechanism behind fibromyalgia syndrome is still not understood Various events that occur during life such as mental traumas, physical injuries and viruses  and diseases can be a trigger for the onset of the syndrome, however often no trigger can be found
The initial diagnosis of the syndrome is made clinically based on the findings of the physical examination, while the levels of inflammation in the blood and tests for inflammatory or rheumatic diseases are usually normal. 
The most common treatment is symptomatic, based on painkillers such as lyrica, symbalta, tramadol and antidepressants such as ciprofloxacin, dietary supplements, exercise and complementary therapies.Analgesics are an important means of improving the patient's quality of life in the short term, however they cause many side effects, sometimes addictions, their effectiveness decreases over time, do not solve related problems such as fatigue and depression and have not been shown to be beneficial over time . The various medications developed may relieve the pain but do not lead to recovery. This is why about 90% of fibromyalgia sufferers eventually turn to complementary medicine.  There are various complementary methods for the treatment of fibromyalgia that work in part,       while no single method is known to be good for all patients.
How do we treat pain?
At QRUF we do not treat pain. We help your body to treat the source of the pain. The disappearance of the source will lead to the disappearance of the pain. Our method involves integration between the conventional understanding of body processes based on knowledge of anatomy, physiology of the body and pathology of diseases with complementary methods. Unlike pain clinics where chronic pain is sometimes treated as a disease by itself, we see pain only as a symptom , mediated by pain receptors, pain-conducting nerves and cerebral pain maps, where finding the location of the disorder causing the pain helps us find the source. Whether it is a bacterium that secretes painful toxins , a virus that attacks the muscular or nervous system, an immune system reaction that damages the brain pain maps or even general sensitivity of the body as a result of a previous traumatic event, we have solutions.
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