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Tired – So Tired and the "yeast connection", by William G. Crook, MD

"Forty-five years ago the mother of one of my patients told me that drinking cow's milk made her son tired and complain of headache, abdominal pain and muscle aches. About that time I read two articles in the medical literature describing the food allergy/fatigue connection.

"In subsequent years in my pediatric and allergy practice I helped countless tired, aching and depressed patients by changing their diets. Then in the 1960s I learned that exposure to perfumes, floor polishes, formaldehyde and other chemicals in the home and work place, made many people tired and feel bad.

"Then, in 1979, I learned from another patient about the relationship of repeated antibiotics and yeast overgrowth to persistent fatigue and many chronic illnesses. In my experience, many people who are "tired - so tired" can regain their health and their lives by following the steps outlined in this book
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Introduction by William G. Crook, MD
 

Beyond Chaos : One Man's Journey Alongside His Chronically Ill Wife, by Gregg Piburn

This book was so good I chose to feature it on our homepage because it offers a wealth of wisdom and understanding. It should be read by any couple coping with chronic illness, as it deals with it from a more holistic perspective — meaning chronic illness doesn't just affect the patient, but also the well spouse. Chronic illness is something that must be managed together if you are to restore some sense of normalcy and an eye toward the future to your life. There is so much in this book it is difficult to summarize. I will leave that to others. One section, however, that was particularly good was "Chaos Produces Change" and here the author helps us learn not to fear change, but how to learn from it. Even the most devastating traumas in our lives have a lesson for us if we will take the time to see it. They can make us better. That is the success of this book, helping us to understand that patient and spouse can manage chronic illness and live happy, fulfilling lives.

— Reviewed by Peter J. Waite
 

A Parent's Guide To CFIDS: How to Be an Advocate for Your Child with Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome by David S. Bell, Mary Z. Robinson, Jean Pollard, Tom Robinson

This book is a must read if you have a child with CFS or know of someone with a YPWC.  Ideas on parenting, coping and educational concerns are among the issues addressed in a reader friendly format.

 

Parting The Fog, by Sue Jones

Thank you for giving me a chance to read and review your marvelous book. It is well-written, and took me through the emotional roller-coaster of so many experiences. I don't have CFIDS, but the experiences you express so well are common to many of us with FMS and myofascial pain as well. Thank you for writing this. I hope some people give copies to their DOCTORS! It is a great tool for understanding.

- Reviewed by Devin Starlanyl, author of "Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A Survival Manual", 1st and 2nd edition, and "The Fibromyalgia Advocate"
 

Fibromyalgia and Female Sexuality, by Dr. Marline Emmal  

Writing in an easy-to-understand style, Dr. Marline Emmal gives much documented advice to both the fibromyalgia sufferer and her sexual partner in her book, "Fibromyalgia and Female Sexuality."  This self-help book will enable the reader to alleviate some of the symptoms of pain, fatigue, moodiness and nonrestorative sleep. 
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Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain: A Survival Manual (2nd Edition), by Devin J. Starlanyl and Mary Ellen  Copeland

I was loaned a copy of this book a year ago by a friend (and fellow FMS/MPS sufferer) after I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. By the time I was half-way through the book I had bought my own copy, I was that impressed by it. 
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Read Devin's comments about the new edition.


The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief, by Clair Davies

This book is a godsend. Clair Davies' book starts by describing the author's personal journey as a person in pain who discovered the power of self-applied trigger point therapy. The book then goes on to detail the basics of trigger point science and methods of self-treatment. Each body region contains muscle-by-muscle descriptions of trigger point locations, causes, referred pain patterns, and specific self-treatment techniques with fingers, thumbs, tennis balls or other hand-held "tools".  continued...


The Fibromyalgia Advocate, by Devin J. Starlanyl  

As a background reference guide, The Fibromyalgia Advocate, is a highly recommended health care resource for people who have or care for those with FMS and CMP. This is Dr. Starlanyl's second excellent book on this subject. But in this case she really 'shoots from the hip' in her opinions of how people who have this problem are not treated adequately. In a very readable form she brings forth the current research and treatment available. She gives peoples tools on how to get through the red tape with health care providers, insurance companies and consultants. She treats this subject with love and humor so that you can really believe that she herself has been through some of the problems that chronic pain clients comes up against. Her chapters encompass all the basic items of research, symptoms, health care professionals and treatment. The chapters I especially enjoyed in this book were "Fighting for your rights", "Dealing with your world", and "Arming yourself with documented information." As a professional physiotherapist I use both this book and her first book Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A Survival Guide as my bibles for looking up important facts for my clients. Also useful is the list of resources included in order to access further information and services. The Fibromyalgia Advocate is an excellent starting and continuing education tool to gain more insight into the problem of Fibromyalgia. 

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A Survival Manual, by Devin Starlanyl, MD and Mary Ellen Copeland, MS, MA

This common sense guide is like a bible for FMS and CMP sufferers. It explains the differences between the two syndromes. Written by two people who have FMS makes the book sincere and tells it all from the "inside". There is a lot of detail about trigger points and how to treat them. They donate a whole chapter to Healing Tools from medications, bodywork, nutrition, different cultures and alternatives. There are a lot of interesting facts about disability issues, travel, children, and how to deal with your physician. A lot of references to further your interest are included at the end of the text.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


 After the Diagnosis: From Crisis to Personal Renewal With Chronic Illness, by Joann LeMaistre, PhD 

The
diagnosis of a chronic illness can make you feel isolated and angry, or create a state of crisis. This is normal. After the Diagnosis guides you through the six stages of grief and brings you to a stage of renewal, where you can live life again. Six weeks after finishing her training in clinical psychology, the author began losing her vision, balance and coordination. The diagnosis - multiple sclerosis. In her book, LeMaistre draws on her personal struggle and professional expertise to help chronically ill patients and caregivers learn to cope with their new situation.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


Stricken: Voices from the Epidemic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, edited by Peggy Munson

The aptly named Stricken is by turns a fact-filled, heartwrenching, and sometimes hopeful book. It presents a mosaic of first-person narratives (from children and adolescents, as well as adults; from the most profound cases to those bordering on remission), plus poetry and essays about how the illness has been perceived over past decades. All those who has been felled by this indisputably "hidden epidemic" will recognize their own experiences in these pages - a 'validating,' if sometimes downbeat, exercise, one that finally and definitively says they are not alone in their physical suffering. The book is also surprisingly up to date, including references to the most recent studies and theories about this so-far mysterious, but all-too-often devastating disease.  continued...


Thriving with Your Autoimmune Disorder, A Woman’s Mind-Body Guide, by Simone Ravicz, Ph.D.

In the Preface, Jay A. Goldstein, M.D. writes:  Thriving with Your Autoimmune Disorder, by Dr. Simone Ravicz, is an excellent, well-written, comprehensive survey of a complex yet common phenomenon.  It is the best book targeted to the educated layperson that I have read on this topic.  I cannot cite a more sophisticated and comprehensive work by a nonphysician. continued...


Chemical Brain Injury, by Kaye H. Kilburn

The following are a few quoted excerpts from a review of the book, Chemical Brain Injury, appearing in the Aug. 25, 1999 Journal Of The American Medical Association (JAMA), Environmental Toxicity [Excerpts by Alan R. Hirsch, M.D.] "[W]e have witnessed a century of proliferation of synthetic chemicals [during which] humans have experienced great increase in cancer, brain damage, asthma, and other epidemic degenerative diseases such as arthritis and coronary artery disease....Our civilization reeks with chemicals....Human health has been sacrificed to economic growth and profits, the twin idols of our time. 
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Validate Your Pain! Exposing the Chronic Pain Cover-Up, by Drs. Allan Chino and Corrine Davis

Over seven years ago I founded the Las Vegas Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group. I was recently asked to review a newly published book on chronic pain by Drs. Allan Chino and Corinne Davis, two Las Vegas physicians working with fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome patients. I was so impressed with the book that I am forwarding my review to you to share with your members and colleagues. 
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A Delicate Balance: Living Successfully With Chronic Illness, by Susan Milstrey Wells

This book is both delicate and balanced. It is a thoughtful and well-researched look at the lives of people with chronic and largely invisible illnesses, such as lupus, Sjogren's syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, inflammatory bowel disorders, Lyme disease, interstitial cystitis, and multiple sclerosis. Rather than focusing on a specific illness, this book candidly examines the experience of living with chronic disease. As a Wells has a fine understanding of the issues each person faces in dealing with chronic illness and of the deep learning that can come from this process. This is a book I wish I had written myself! It is a 'must read' for those with a chronic illness, their loved ones, or health-care providers.
 

Defining Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
by
Bonnye L. Matthews

I would encourage anyone dealing with this syndrome to get a copy of Defining Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. This one slim volume is like having your own personal team of ‘pro bono’ advocates, on call to support you, 24-hours a day. It contains up-to-date medical and legal information, as well as a detailed, very personal, compelling case history with which you will easily identify. Some may call this last section “mere anecdotal evidence.” I call it a powerful account of an inspirational woman working to fight an intransigent and badly flawed system.  continued...


Freedom from Pain: The Breakthrough Program that Brings Relief to Chronic Sufferers, by Norman J. Marcus, M.D.

This book on chronic pain stands out on the bookshelf due to the fact it is written for people to read it and change the way they perceive their pain and handle it. Dr. Marcus runs the New York Pain Treatment Program in Lennox Hill Hospital. He describes the hospital's program in a way that people can try to activate it themselves. The book includes chapters on using cognitive behavioral therapy, gentle exercises, meditations, getting connected to your feelings and understanding your pain and how it effects your body and mind. He makes you separate the differences between acute and chronic pain. Dr. Marcus describes the seven D's of chronic pain that you probably have gone through and how to get out of the old pattern of pain behavior and thinking. The seven D's are Doctor Shopping, Dollars, Drugs, Doubt, Disuse, Depression, and Disability. He helps you understand the truth about chronic pain. He spends a lot of time discussing the muscles and how they react in your body. His gentle "Holy Half Hour" of exercises (with pictures) teaches principles of how to utilize mainly range of motion flexibility exercises for the whole body. There are also chapters on posture, nutrition, and how to cope with pain activation triggers. To make the book very practical and real to life, he adds a lot of his patients' personal experiences. I feel that this treatment plan would be an excellent resource book for those who have any kind of chronic pain and for those who help treat them. 

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


Getting the Best from Your Doctor (An Insider’s Guide to the Health Care You Deserve), by Alan N. Schwartz, MD, Richard A. H. Jimenez, MD, Tracy A. Myers, MHA, Andrew K. Solomon, MD

I recently read and met with two of the physicians who wrote this book.  Three physicians and one Health Services Administrator, got together to fulfill a need they saw – to educate patients on how to manage the “medical maze” and to communicate with their physicians.  It is easily readable in lay-person’s terms but doesn’t “talk down” to us.  People who are seeking an initial diagnosis in FMS and ME/CFS (or any of the alphabet illnesses) will welcome this guide to help organize their records, thoughts, symptoms and feelings, becoming more empowered in doing so.  It also addresses a lot of issues that people with chronic illnesses face continually, from self-doubts to insurance.  They have a website you can visit and sign up for their mailing list.

- Reviewed by "Zoe"


RELAX:  You May Have A Few Minutes Left, by Loretta LaRoche

Loretta LaRoche has made a career of presenting stress management to people of all ages.  Through workshops, videos, books and interesting items in her catalogue business, she hopes to show you how to use the power of humor to help people learn how to manage their lives both at work or home.  Everyday anecdotes, sensible philosophy, and new tools on how to handle everyday ups and downs. You have to be ready to laugh out loud while listening or reading her tape/book.  She believes that if you infuse laughter and humor into your lives you will live better and longer. “using the healing power of the absurd”.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


The Fibromyalgia Survivor Course, by Mark. J. Pellegrino, MD, and Christine Marschinke, RN, BSN

Finally – a complete, proven course for fibromyalgia sufferers that’s easy to use and ready to put into action.  You need no special training – and the program is available to you at no cost!  Mark J. Pellegrino, MD, developed The Fibromyalgia Survivor Course based on his professional experience treating people with this condition and having it himself.  For numerous support groups, Chris Marschinke, RN, BSN, has hands-on experience teaching the course successfully.  Now you can teach it too!  

For more information, call Kate Nealon-Sands at Anadem Publishing,
3620 North High Street, P. O. Box 14385, Columbus, OH  43214 , (800) 633-0055.


Chemical Sensitivity:  A Guide to Coping, by Bonnye L. Matthews.  

I finally got ahold of a good book someone told me about.  It is so much more helpful than I can say.  Every abuse that society and employers and the legal system subject us, the chemically injured, to gets described in this book.  To me it was a great comfort to see it all in print – not just in my mind or in my life.  Many others get spied on, lose friends, forget symptoms between exposures, get labeled crazy, etc. etc.  Lots of avoidance techniques and supplements that took me many months to learn about are laid out clearly by this author.  She even goes into the Catch 22 paradox of can the less-than-perfectly-psychologically-fit person ever be diagnosed with a chemical injury?  How difficult for even the most willing therapists to separate out all the before and after symptoms and issues, etc.  Also, there are lots of letters of expert opinion in an appendix and readers may find them helpful in the litigation process.  It’s a ‘92 publication and I got it from interlibrary loan.  There may be an update.  Wish I had it months ago.


Your Personal Guide to Living Well with Fibromyalgia, by the Arthritis Foundation

A form of workbook and information book taken from their Self Help Course for people with Fibromyalgia. It contains a primer on the disease including the "diagnosis dilemma" and "what causes" along with many treatments and medications. The book accentuates "your role as self-manager", taking control of your own treatment, dealing with doctors, and helping yourself. Major elements dealt with are breaking the pain cycle or "pain gate closers" and coping with fatigue and getting a good night's sleep (including defining what is normal sleep). Also covered are mastering stress, getting past grief and depression, as well as avoiding the spiral into depression. The last major section includes worksheets on making contracts with yourself from small to larger in progression. This section also deals with exercises (extremely well illustrated), mental exercises/mediation techniques, and finally "getting a life – in spite of FMS" which talks frankly about such things as an 'ask the doctor worksheet' that can be written out in preparation with questions before your doctor visit, sexuality, positive self image, your relationship with others, and uplifting activities. Many sections are written by people with FMS. It also contains an excellent list of other books and readings, and resources for all of us dealing with Fibromyalgia. 

- Reviewed by Ann Downey


Dictionary of Medical Terms, Second Edition, by Mikel A. Rothenberg, M.D. and Charles F. Chapman 

A-to-Z Medical Reference for the non-medical person. Descriptions of diseases, symptoms, anatomy, dentistry, drugs, the body's systems, and more, supplemented with accurate and enlightening illustrations. 

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders



When Movement Hurts: A Self-Help Manual for Treating Trigger Points, by Barbara Headley MS, PT

This common sense approach to the assessment and treatment of trigger points could be a bible and treatment manual for both patients and treating practitioners. It explains the differences between Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Syndrome. Written by a physiotherapist who also has muscle pain makes the book sincere and tells the story of muscle pain from the inside out. The first four chapters deal with symptom management, mechanisms of pain and why healthy muscles are so important. The next four chapters are set up to divide the body into anatomical areas. Each are covered under the following headings: related diagnosis, the muscle, signs and symptoms, causes, management tips, checking the trigger points and preventing recurrence. There are simple illustrations with the anatomy of the muscle in question outlined and the trigger point marked. Barbara uses her knowledge of the multidisciplinary approach to address issues of computer ergonomics, stress, postural problems, research and other self-help techniques. The research addresses the issues of EMG and biofeedback as new approaches to assessing and treating myofascial pain syndrome. The key value of this book is the simple format, charts, highlighted ideas and easy to follow instructions. A person who has chronic muscle pain or a sprained muscle, a physiotherapy student, or a practicing therapist will all find this book a welcomed addition to their library.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


From Fatigued to Fantastic: A Manual for Moving Beyond Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

What puts this book apart from the other educational FM books is the fact that Dr. Teitelbaum combines traditional medical and alternative ways to treat FMS and CFS. He himself has overcome the problems of CFS and wanted to give the FMS community the most up-to-date knowledge on DHEA, malic acid, also addressing the needs of the auto-immune system which includes hormonal imbalance. The book can be shown to your MD to help them help you with lists of tests, medications and vitamins that can be used in these treatments. He discusses yeast, hypothyroidism, parasites, and the psychology of chronic pain. The graphs and illustrations add to the easy-read aspect of this complex problem.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders

  
Lost Voices: Women, Chronic Pain and Abuse, by Nellie A. Radomsky, MD, PhD

A thoughtful look at the cultural "etiology" of the abusive relationship between patient and doctor, and female patient and male-oriented society based on the author's own observations in her practice, discussions with a colleague, and an alteration of her own attitudes. Understanding these attitudes will help patients begin to assert themselves. 

- Reviewed by Betsy Jacobson


The Fibromyalgia Survivor, by Mark Pellegrino, MD

Dr. Pellegrino shares all he has learned from having Fibromyalgia himself as well as treating many FMS patients. He introduces his four laws of fibronomics and moves onto mentally managing this disease, stretching exercises, family relationships, medications, managing flares or holidays, talking to your doctor(s) and many practical, everyday hints gathered from his and his patients' lives. It is illustrated so that the exercises or hints become easier to understand. This is a book to live and survive with every day.

- Reviewed by Ann Downey


8 Weeks to Optimum Health: A Proven Program for Taking Full Advantage of Your Body's Natural Healing Power, by Andrew Weil, MD

Since I refer hundreds of people to doctors all over the world, I finally referred myself to a good one, and his first Rx was to read this book. Instead of "take two aspirin and call me in the morning" or IAIYH, he said "read this book and make an appointment for 8 weeks from now". I'm reading and loving it. It even has delicious, nutritious and easy recipes.
 
- Reviewed by Betsy Jacobson


Living with Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain, by Gwyneth A. Graham and Camilla Lawson, RPN

The authors of this inspirational book, who both live with Fibromyalgia and chronic pain, share their insights of daily living with others in similar circumstances. It can be 'sipped' a page at a time or 'swallowed' in larger gulps, taking in refreshment, inspiration, comfort, direction. Its messages help you move from being a sufferer to being a survivor.

- Reviewed by Nancy Solo


muscle.gif (710752 bytes)Laugh at Your Muscles: A Light Look at Fibromyalgia, Mark Pellegrino, MD

"Laughter is the best medicine". Dr. Pellegrino, an FMS patient himself, uses humor as a coping technique to learn to "laugh at ourselves". He uses Fibronyms, Limericks, FM License Plates, Oxymorons, and lots more. Appropriate only for people with FMS. "No one else will understand this book."

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


TMJ: Its Many Faces, by Wesley E. Shankland, II, DDS, MS

According to the study of the Fibromyalgia Association of Greater Washington, 38% of FM sufferers had symptoms of TMJ Dysfunction. Step by Step instructions on how to relieve TMJ and orofacial pain by self help exercises, nutrition, diet, treatment options and advice on selecting of a health care provider. Dr. Shankland's book has a sensitivity to many issues, especially in his excerpt by the spouse of a TMJ sufferer. Basic TMJ information is detailed and easy to read with a special chapter on muscle pain and headaches.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders


The Chronic Pain Control Workbook: A Step by Step Guide for Coping with and Overcoming Pain, Ellen Mohr Catalano, MA

This book is a collaboration of the top professionals in the field. Its objectives include: changing from a passive to an active role, therapy and activity, taking charge of the quality of life, helping solve problems created by the pain, and teaching practical methods to decrease the severity of the pain. Part I has excellent chapters on all aspects of pain to include medication, sleep and nutrition. In Part II, different health professionals write on their specialty. Topics are back and neck pain, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, headaches, TMJ, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, neuropathic pain. The book ends with how to make a personalized relaxation tape.

- Reviewed by Iris Weverman, registered physical therapist.  Her special interest is in Chronic Pain Disorders
 


Videos  
 

Funny, You Don’t Look Sick
An Autobiography of an Illness, by Susan Abod

This intimate documentary self-portrait is told with humor and compassion. Susan Abod is a woman living with Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) or Environmental Illness. Filmed over a period of 18 months in 1994-95, Susan describes in detail the nature of her illness, illustrates her daily routine, and gives us a guided tour of her environmentally "safe" apartment. Comments from Susan's numerous doctors and a visit with her CFIDS support group offer further insights in this illuminating, firsthand report on a baffling, twenty-first century disease.


Living Yoga: A.M./P.M. Yoga for Beginners Set

I am a martial arts instructor and free-lance writer. I own several yoga tapes and use each one for a different purpose.

Living Yoga AM/PM is perfect for those days when I don't want a vigorous yoga session but I still want to awaken muscles that are stiff and tired or when I want to loosen my neck, back and legs, and recharge my mind.  The a.m. session is perfect when you want to just feel good and give yourself a shot of energy to begin your day. The p.m. session is a little more vigorous for those times you want a little more.  I highly recommend it.

- Reviewed by Loren W. Christensen
 

Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome: The Trigger Point Guide with Devin Starlanyl
The purpose of this video is to allow a deeper understanding of trigger point locations and their specific pain patterns, to allow more efficient treatment and to facilitate communications between the patient and the medical team. It is a companion to the book Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A Survival Manual, and assumes that the viewer is familiar with the contents of the book. This video is not to be used in place of medical consult and treatment. 


Dr. Sharon Clark's Stretch Video
This 30 minute video offers a comprehensive stretching regimen developed by exercise physiologist Sharon Clark, PhD, FNP, specifically for people with fibromyalgia, although it would also be appropriate for other chronic syndromes. It features 3 patients as demonstrators under the tutelage of a professional exercise teacher. Dr. Clark is an exercise physiologist who has worked extensively with FM patients in Dr. Bennett's unit at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland Oregon. Available from Oregon Fibromyalgia Foundation, 1221 SW Yamhill, Suite 303, Portland OR 97205. $20 plus S&H.


Dr. Sharon Clark's New Video on Muscle Toning and Strengthening
This 75 minute video offers a whole-body strengthening program especially designed for fibromyalgia patients by Dr. Sharon Clark. A certified exercise instructor provides detailed instructions on how to perform each exercise properly, without causing more pain. There are modifications for patients with low back and/or shoulder problems. It is also available from the Oregon Fibromyalgia Foundation. $20 plus S&H.


Fibromyalgia and You
90-minute professional video which features 5 FMS patients and many of the leading "experts" on the fibromyalgia syndrome including Robert Bennett, M.D., Laurence Bradley, Ph.D., Carol Burkhardt, Ph.D., Xavier Caro, M.D., Sharon Clark, Ph.D., Don Goldenberg, M.D., Thomas Romano, M.D., I. Jon Russell, M.D., Ph.D., Robert Simms, M.D., Frederick Wolfe, M.D., Muhammad Yunus, M.D., and more. 
FREE with your videotape purchase: Dr. Russell's updated Fibromyalgia Syndrome Primer.

Send $34.95 to:
Fibromyalgia Information Resources
PO Box 690402
San Antonio, TX 78269
 


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