My op will not be as soon as I had hoped. I have been given 7th December for surgery. However, I am on a reserve list in case of a cancellation. So it looks like I’ll be around for a bit longer.
WORDz FOR THE WEEK
44. Some people dance in the rain, others just get wet.
1) Positive Associations Between Physical and Cognitive Performance Measures in Fibromyalgia.
2) Also a Podcast Positive Associations Between Physical and Cognitive Performance Measures in Fibromyalgia.
3) Evidence for an association between an enhanced reactivity of interleukin-6 levels and reduced glucocorticoid sensitivity in patients with fibromyalgia.
4) CFS/FM Newsreader
New Social Club for people with disabilities (Worthing CVS)
7pm to 9.30pm, 1st & 3rd Monday of the month starting on Monday 7th November 2011.
Fitzalan Howard Centre, Pavilion Road, Worthing, 01903 821437
Fibromyalgia Massage Treatment and the Benefits
Are the aches and pains of fibromyalgia getting you down? If so, then massage therapy might be just what you need to help put some spring back into your step. Recently, massage therapy has become extremely popular among fibromyalgia patients. It works to reduce pain, eliminate stiffness, and helps you to relax and take some time out for yourself. If you are interested in massage, this article will outline the treatment’s basic principles and how it can benefit your fibromyalgia symptoms.
Kevin Goldsmith Sports Massage & Soft Tissue Manipulation Therapist
I practice deep tissue manipulation, Myofascial Release (MFR) as well as less deep techniques as the techniques I am able to use will depend on each individual client.
It is always useful to add new tools to your chronic pain management program. “Music therapy” is easy to add. Laboratory research has demonstrated that music helps people to tolerate pain, increases perceptions of control, and reduces anxiety as compared to a visual distraction or a no music condition. Further, greater familiarity with the music strengthened its beneficial effects. So more frequent listening to favorite music may be more therapeutic.
The Big Give Charity Auction
This year, the Big Give will once again be running an exclusive charity Ebay auction and we would like your charity to benefit! Read more . . . .
Have fun tonight - bonfire night – but take care! And Remembrance Day this year is a very significant date 11.11.11.
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