Fibromyalgia syndrome can literally be a pain in the neck. In fact, 4 of the 18 fibromyalgia trigger points used to diagnose the condition are found in the neck. Two are in the back of the neck at the base of the skull. Two more are located in the front of the neck on either side of the throat. Today, we’re going to look at five sources of natural relief for fibromyalgia. All of these are related in one way or another to spinal health and especially upper neck health. Learn more about fibromyalgia and neck pain from the discussion of our Upper Cervical Chiropractor in Rochester Hills.
Want to see concrete proof why fibromyalgia and neck pain often occur hand in hand? Let’s get your neck bones checked by our upper cervical chiropractor, Dr. Cicala. Call us at 248-831-0729 to book your appointment.