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Physical Therapy Treatments for Fibromyalgia

Try These Physical Therapy Treatments for Fibromyalgia to Ease Your Pain

For people with fibromyalgia, even the tasks of daily life can become an arduous struggle.

Fibromyalgia is a disease characterized by extreme pain with no known cause. Because of this, it’s notoriously hard to treat and has no true cure.

However, there are many ways we can curtail your pain, muscle spasms, fatigue, insomnia, and more. Through the use of physical therapy treatment for fibromyalgia, you can get back to the things you enjoy and live a pain-free life.


TENS stands for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. Don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds. Basically, your physical therapist will place electrodes along your spine to stop pain signals from being transmitted to the brain.


Hydrotherapy works as a physical therapy for fibromyalgia by easing and relaxing your sore muscles. Warm water increase blood flow in the body, relieving pain and ending your aches.


Another high-tech physical therapy for fibromyalgia, ultrasound works by transmitting sound waves into your body. This creates heat, which triggers blood flow deep inside your muscle tissues. It’s a great tool for relieving inflammation and stiffness.

Deep Tissue Massage

This isn’t a day at the spa. Deep tissue massage is when your physical therapist uses intense pressure to ease tension deep within your connective tissues.

Get Physical Therapy for Fibromyalgia Today

Why spend another day withering away in pain when you could be back on your feet and enjoying life?

Give us a call at 972-290-1507 to have our physical therapy experts help you today.

Kristy Snyder Writer and Editor - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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