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Posted on 12-27-2017
At Joga Chiropractic Center, our chiropractor in Westchester offers fibromyalgia treatment without drugs or invasive procedures. If you've recently been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or if you're suffering from symptoms of this condition, Dr. Viktorija Joga may be able to help.
Fibromyalgia refers to a chronic condition that causes widespread pain and tenderness in the muscles and soft tissues throughout the body. Unfortunately, there is no known cure for fibromyalgia, and is causes aren't fully understood, either. The condition is most common in adults aged 40-60, though it can occur at nearly any stage of life.
The most common symptoms of fibromyalgia include:
If you experience any of the common symptoms of fibromyalgia or if you've already had a doctor diagnose you with this condition, we encourage you to see our West Los Angeles chiropractor as soon as possible. What many people don't realize is that fibromyalgia symptoms can often be aggravated by imbalances in the spine. By treating those imbalances with chiropractic methods such as spinal adjustments, you may find some relief from your chronic pain and ongoing symptoms.
Our very own Dr. Joga has extensive experience in helping patients who suffer from fibromyalgia. She always takes a customized approach to treatment, so you can rest assured that your recommended treatment plan will be created with your specific needs, symptoms, and lifestyle in mind. Ultimately, our goal is to help you find relief from your symptoms and improve your overall health and wellness in the process.
Don't allow yourself to continue suffering from the chronic pain of fibromyalgia; schedule your appointment with our Westchester chiropractor today. We also serve Marina Del Rey and Playa Vista.You can request your new patient appointment with us or find out more about our practice by giving Joga Chiropractic Center a call at (424) 800-2488.
How could your life improve without persistent fibromyalgia pain?
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