Fibromyalgia has been a mysterious disease. It causes pain throughout the body and deep in tissues with no apparent cause. A large proportion of the medical community has believed that the disease was psychosomatic. They believe that people essentially think that they are in pain. But a small biopharmaceutical company, Intidyn, or Integrated Tissue Dynamics, has found what they believe to be the root cause of the disease.
Reseachers from the company and from Albany Medical College have found that there is a unique neurovascular structure, or blood flow to the nerves, in the skin of female patients who report pain from fibromyalgia. This, the scientists believe, may be the ultimate cause of the pain experienced in the condition.
“Instead of being in the brain, the pathology consists of excessive sensory nerve fibers around specialized blood vessel structures located in the palms of the hands,” said Dr. Frank L. Rice, president of Intidyn and the senior researcher on the study.
The Result for Fibromyalgia Patients
These excess nerve fibers cause a malfunction in the blood vessels, which affects temperature regulation in the victims. Cold or hot conditions can cause extreme pain. This malfunctioning can also cause the body to block blood flow to the skin and to the muscles in the affected regions. This mismanaged blood flow could be the source of muscular pain, cramps, and achiness. It can also explain the sense of fatigue which is thought to be due to a build-up of lactic acid and mild levels of inflammation in fibromyalgia patients.
Accepted treatments can actually cause fibromyalgia to get worse These standard treatments include narcotic pain relievers, anti-depressants, and anti-seizure drugs. All have known and significant side effects. Many are addictive.
These blood vessel issues are directly addressed by our technologies. By stimulating these blood vessels using our unique electroceutical signals and getting them to operate properly, we could potentially provide significant relief without any side effects from drugs. Yet the US medical community prefers pharmaceuticals to electroceuticals. Maybe that is due to the much higher profit margins per patient. Or simply the lack of alternative medical education among traditional physicians.Like all medical discoveries that challenge Big Pharma and conventional thinking, these studies are under some attack. If you read the details behind the attacks, they are not very convincing. They are more about vague innuendo and “unproven claims” than any direct challenge to the facts. My best suggestion is to come try out a proven electroceutical therapy that directly affects blood flow throughout the body. If it helps you it helps you. Isn’t that really what matters?