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Can massage therapy help fibromyalgia?

I am a 53 year old female with fibromyalgia. Can massage therapy help fibromyalgia?

9 Answers

Massage can help, especially Lymphatic Drainage Massage. But I have treated over 300 formerly suffers of Fibromyalgia, and they don’t suffer anymore. All of them are no longer suffering from it.
Yes medical massage or manual lymphatic drainage has been proven to help relieve fibromyalgia symptoms.
Fibromyalgia ,which can present as general myofascial pain, can partially respond to massage therapy.. Many of the symptoms can be related to neurotransmitter imbalance in the body.Exercise has shown to be the most beneficial in treatment of the symptoms of fibromyalgia.

All the best.
Dr Palmer
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Yes, 100%
Massage therapy can bring temporary relief of symptoms, but you need to do a natural therapy for fibromyalgia.

Dr. Liz
Not entirely concluded; however, studies do present massage therapy with a duration of 5 + weeks come to show beneficial effects on improving pain, anxiety, and depression in patients with Fibromyalgia.
It can, but you have to voice to your massage therapist if it hurts. The tolerance and decision is yours