317 St. Francis Dr. Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601

317 St. Francis Dr.
Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601
Tel: 1-864-235-1834, Fax: 1-864-235-2486

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Finding Relief from Fibromyalgia

Finding Relief from Fibromyalgia.  

Finding Relief from FibromyalgiaDo you feel like you’ve been run over by a bus? This is how people with fibromyalgia often describe their symptoms in an effort to illustrate how painful and debilitating it can be. Fibromyalgia is one of the invisible diseases, a condition that has no outward signs and no definitive method of diagnosis. Much like depression (with which it’s often associated), you can’t tell someone has fibromyalgia just by looking at them; and getting the right diagnosis can be a lengthy process. These factors exacerbate the effects of fibromyalgia and often make people feel even worse, which is why an expert assessment is so important if you’re experiencing symptoms.

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Fibromyalgia: It’s Not “All In Your Head”!

Fibromyalgia | Piedmont PMR


If you suffer from the miserable symptoms of fibromyalgia you may be weary of skeptics claiming it’s “all in your head.”  Many people with fibromyalgia feel that family and friends don’t fully understand what they’re going through, or even believe their painful symptoms are real. As a result, they lack necessary support, and their struggles with fibromyalgia become even more difficult to manage.

Unfortunately, there is no single reproducible, objective test for fibromyalgia, which is why some doctors still question the validity of the disorder. While the exact cause of fibromyalgia continues to remain a mystery, it is becoming more widely accepted in medical circles as a real and serious health condition.

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Peripheral Neuropathy: What is it and How can you Treat it?

Peripheral Neuropathy | Piedmibt PMR

Peripheral neuropathy is a disease of the nervous system that stems from a variety of causes, most of which are difficult to determine. While most diagnoses are hard to attribute to a single cause, hardening of arteries, diabetes, chemotherapy, and alcoholism are the most common identifiable causes of peripheral neuropathy.  Those suffering from peripheral neuropathy usually complain of tingling, numbness, tightness, hot or cold sensations, and/or pain in the extremities. These symptoms can lead to difficulty with everyday activities, loss of coordination, and unexplained sensations; they generally begin in the lower extremities but symptoms can be present in the hands as well.

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