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Colorado Fibromyalgia Center

It is our mission to provide specialized, research proven services to people with Fibromyalgia, with the aim of improving their quality of life, creating a platform to pursue goals, and providing the ability to be an active member of their families and society.

Fibromyalgia is a complex condition. Our staff understands these complexities and knows the path needed for your health and wellness goals.

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Fibromyalgia Program Welcome Packet

Request our Welcome Packet to learn more about our program acts as a platform for your growth and recovery, including: program history, phases of treatment, services we provide, meet the staff and a detailed pricing breakdown. If you want to learn more about the program now, this is the place to start!

Request our comprehensive Fibromyalgia Program Welcome Packet to learn more about our program acts as a platform for your growth and recovery.

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Fibromyalgia Program Consultation

Ready to take control of your pain symptoms? Schedule a consultation to find out if our Fibromyalgia clinic is right for you, and to lean more about what to expect during the course of our 4 month individualized treatment path.

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Once you have looked over the program details in our Welcome Packet, and feel that it is a fit for you – sign up today! We offer digital paperwork through the button below.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread pain, usually in addition to sleep, mood, and fatigue disorders. Majority of these patients will also describe having tension headaches, IBS, anxiety, and depression. The research agrees that Fibromyalgia amplifies the sensation of pain by how your brain processes pain signals. Cognitive impairments, some may call “Fibro Fog”, can be a common symptom as well.

The hallmark symptoms of fibromyalgia are widespread pain, relentless and unexplained fatigue, and sleep disturbances. However, in addition, many fibromyalgia sufferers also experience one or more of the following: headaches, cramps, mood swings, brain fog, anxiety, depression, and chemical sensitivities.

There is no definitive “cure” for Fibromyalgia, however there are many treatment options, and usually a combination of approaches tends to be the most effective. Here at the Colorado Fibromyalgia Center, we will use as many resources, available in medicine, as needed, to achieve successful results.

Fibromyalgia is difficult in a sense that it has many overlapping conditions with other diseases and conditions.

The best thing that you can do if you are unsure if you have fibromyalgia is to contact the Colorado Fibromyalgia Center, we will give you a consultation and in initial medical evaluations will go over all of your medical history to determine if you may have fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread pain, usually in addition to sleep, mood, and fatigue disorders. Majority of these patients will also describe having tension headaches, IBS, anxiety, and depression. The research agrees that Fibromyalgia amplifies the sensation of pain by how your brain processes pain signals. Cognitive impairments, some may call “Fibro Fog”, can be a common symptom as well.

There is still a lot to be discovered with Fibromyalgia, however some commonalities will be the onset of physical trauma, surgery, infection, psychological stressors, among other catalyst factors. Women are more likely to develop Fibromyalgia over men, as well. Even with this information, the “why” someone would begin to have symptoms is still under debate. Most would agree a combination of genetic factors, traumas, along with infections are the main determinants to triggering this condition.

The hallmark symptoms of fibromyalgia are widespread pain, relentless and unexplained fatigue, and sleep disturbances. However, in addition, many fibromyalgia sufferers also experience one or more of the following.

  • Headaches

  • Muscle Cramps

  • Mood Swings

  • Brain Fog

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Restless Leg Syndrome

  • Chemical Sensitivities

  • Numbness and Tingling

  • Anxiety

  • Cold Hands and Feet

  • Depression

  • Loss of Balance

There is no definitive “cure” for Fibromyalgia, however there are many treatment options, and usually a combination of approaches tends to be the most effective. Here at the Colorado Fibromyalgia Center, we will use as many resources, available in medicine, as needed, to achieve successful results.

In most of our patients, we use an approach that combines: medication management, trigger point injections, hormone management, physical rehabilitation (massage therapy, chiropractic, dry needling, cupping, myofascial release), dietary and lifestyle modifications, and intravenous micronutrient therapy. 

This multidisciplinary approach has proven to drastically reduce pain symptoms and improve the quality of life for hundreds of our patients. 

Fibromyalgia is difficult in a sense that it has many overlapping conditions with other diseases and conditions such as: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Hypothyroidism, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Myofascial Pain Syndrome – just to name a few. 

The best thing that you can do if you are unsure if you have fibromyalgia is to contact the Colorado Fibromyalgia Center, we will give you a consultation and in initial medical evaluations will go over all of your medical history to determine if you may have fibromyalgia.