In addition to all of these, you should expect that any treatment for Fibromyalgia that you are investing your time, as well as your money in, is specialized enough that it can only be applied by a trained practitioner bipap machine . That’s why it’s so important that if you try physical therapy for Fibromyalgia, you ensure you are getting a highly knowledgeable therapist that is trained in many treatment methods.
When you think of physical therapy for Fibromyalgia you should have a certain expectation as to what this particular treatment and the methods it uses may be like.You should expect it to be gentle, but effective. You should expect it to be thorough with the ability to tackle deep-rooted issues without just treating the surface. You should also expect it to be varied, in the event that if a particular treatment method is not successful, then there are others to fall back on.
Unfortunately because sometimes physical therapy does not always live up to our expectations when it comes to treating Fibromyalgia chronic pain. Some treatment methods can be more than just a little disappointing and can lead to feelings of frustration and despair.
Why is this? Especially when so many doctors refer patients with musculoskeletal pain to a physical therapist? And why do so many people still have the belief that physical therapy is the best go to treatment for chronic pain?