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Fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia Syndrome, FMA or FMS – is a growing problem in our culture. The name is descriptive of the main symptoms involved, namely painful muscles and fibres. This is an unhelpful diagnostic term, as people with Fibromyalgia will contest. It merely refers to the painful symptoms and does not give any clue as to the cause.
Mickel Therapy believes that Fibromyalgia is part of the spectrum of symptoms caused by a dysfunctional Hypothalamus gland. The symptoms involved in Fibromyalgia are the same as in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and M.E. The main difference is that in Fibromyalgia the predominant effect is noticeable in the muscles and connecting tissues. Fortunately Mickel Therapy works equally well in dealing with this subset of the condition ‘Hypothalamitis’.
Mickel Health Initiatives are arranging an independent study of their work to validate this claim. At present there is no trial data to back this and it is based only on client testimony.
Sufferers of Fibromyalgia will be all too aware of the discomfort associated with this condition. The areas of concentrated pain or ‘trigger points’ are well documented in the literature on Fibromyalgia. They are representative of areas used by acupuncturists for centuries. They are areas of concentrated muscle fibres or energy blocks in the meridians if we look through the eyes of acupuncture.
Unfortunately Medical science is spending much time and resources researching the changes that occur within muscles in Fibromyalgia. This is wasted time since these are merely effects and give no clue as to the cause of Fibromyalgia.
Mickel Therapy works on the assumption that Fibromyalgia is a caused, like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and M.E, by the dysfunction of the Hypothalamus gland that we have dubbed ‘Hypothalamitis.’(This is a hypothesis and is not validated by research as yet) Dr Mickel’s book on the subject explains the symptoms of Fibromyalgia in these terms.