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Fibromyalgia and Trigger points

People with fibromyalgia suffer from widespread pain and often have active trigger points as one of the pain sources. Treatment for fibromyalgia will need to address active trigger points, which can involve hands-on techniques to relax the muscles or using dry needling techniques. 

 

Light touch for Fibromyalgia Pain

As a fibromyalgia specialist, Dr. Chang incorporates other effective hands-on techniques when patients are apprehensive about needles. These manual techniques are gentle and non-invasive, which are highly effective for fibromyalgia treatment.

Have questions about ways to deactivate trigger points in the treatment for fibromyalgia? Please fill out the form or call the office for further information.

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