Skip Navigation Links
 



                     


 



   
    Learn More     Subscribe    
Join Now!      Login
 
 
 
FREE HEALTH
NEWSLETTER
 
 
Medicial Mistakes Quiz
How many people each year suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death after a hospital visit?
 
 
 
 
F
ibromyalgia
 
What Treatment Seems Most Effective in Treatment of Fibromyalgia
(Part 4)

© Leon Chaitow ND, DO, MRO

9. Gemmell H et al Homoeopathic Rhus Toxicodendron in treatment of Fibromyalgia Chiropractic Journal of Australia Vol.21 No1 March 1991pp2-6

10.Haanen H et al Controlled trial of hypnotherapy in treatment of refractory fibromyalgia Journal of Rheumatology 18pp72-75 1991

11. Goldenberg D et al Randomized, controlled trial of Amitripyline anproxine in treatment of patients with fibromyalgia Arthritis/Rheum 1986;29:pp1371-1377

12. Clark S et al Double blind crossover trial of prednisone in treatment of fibrositis J Rheumatol 1985;12(5)pp980-983

13. Campbell S et al A double blind study of cyclobenzaprine in patients with primary fibromyalgia Arthritis Rhem 1985;28:S40

14. Carette S et al Evaluation of Amitripyline in primary fibrositis Arthritis Rhem 1986:29pp655-659

15a. Stoltz A Effects of OMT on the tender points f Fibromyalgia Report in Journal of American Osteopathic Association 93(8)p866 August 1993

15b. Jiminez C et al Treatment of Fibromyalgia with OMT and self-learned techniques Report in Journal of American Osteopathic Association 93(8)p870 August 1993

15c. Rubin B et al Treatment options in fibromyalgia syndrome Report in Journal of American Osteopathic Association 90(9)Septemebr 1990 pp844-5

16. Abraham G et al Management of Fibromyalgia - rationale for the use of magnesium and malic acid Journal of Nutritional Medicine 3:49-59 1992

17. Travell J Simons D as cited previously

18. van Why R ‘Fibromyalgia and Massage’ symposium notes 1994

19. Lederman E DO Harmonic Tecnique Arnica House London

20. Hong C-Z et al Immediate effects of various physical medicine modalities on pain threshold of active myofascial trigger points. J Musculoskeletal Pain 1(2)pp37-53 1993

©1995 Leon Chaitow N.D., D.O., MRO
Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster

Add your comment     Previous   1  2  3  4  5  6  7    
About The Author
A practicing naturopath, osteopath, and acupuncturist in the United Kingdom, with over forty years clinical experience, Chaitow is Editor-in-Chief, of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. He regularly lectures in the United States as well as Europe where he instructs......more
 
Share   Facebook   Buzz   Delicious   Digg   Twitter  
 
 
 
 
 
 
From Our Sponsor
 
 
 
 
 
 
Featured Events
Wellness Inventory Certification Training
     September 16-December 16, 2014
     Teleclass, CA USA
 
Additional Calendar Links
 
Wellness, Thinking, dimension!

Search   
Home       Wellness       Health A-Z       Alternative Therapies       Find a Practitioner       Healthy Products       Bookstore       Wellness Inventory
Healthy Kitchen       Healthy Woman       Healthy Man       Healthy Child       Healthy Aging       Wellness Center       Nutrition Center       Fitness Center
Free Newsletter      What Doctor's Don't Tell You      Stevia.com      Discount Lab Tests      First Aid      Global Health Calendar      Privacy Policy     Contact Us

Disclaimer: The information provided on HealthWorld Online is for educational purposes only and IS NOT intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.