Chronic joint pain and fatigue, sleep disturbances, and memory loss are all possible symptoms of fibromyalgia. No single test exists to confirm a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, so experienced pain management specialists may use a variety of tests to rule out other conditions that could be contributing to chronic pain and fatigue.
When chronic pain is difficult to diagnose or treat, it can lead to anxiety and depression, which in turn can make symptoms worse. Many people with fibromyalgia also report that previous healthcare providers haven’t taken their symptoms seriously.
Center for Pain Management specializes in helping people with chronic pain feel better. If you’re experiencing widespread pain and other symptoms, please contact us to schedule a pain management consultation: (317) 706-7246.
Factors or conditions that may raise the risk of developing fibromyalgia include:
Women are more likely than men to develop this condition.
Treatment for this condition may consist of anti-inflammatory or anti-seizure medications, nerve blocks, physical therapy, counseling, and dietary supplements. Ongoing treatment is usually the best way to control symptoms.
Center for Pain Management uses a variety of tests to ensure an accurate diagnosis for each of our patients. We look for all underlying causes of chronic pain, and then we create personalized treatment plans that help our patients feel better.
If you need help with widespread pain and fatigue, please call us: (317) 706-7246.