Friday, August 14, 2009

Focus on Fibromyalgia: New Book Provides Missing Pieces of Fibromylagia Puzzle

The Missing Pieces of the Fibromyalgia Puzzle
  • SHATTERS the fallacy of pain from nowhere.
  • ANSWERS the how & why of fibromyalgia.
  • WRITTEN by a rheumatologist.
  • PROVIDES innovative effective tools & strategies in a self-managed wellness recovery program.
(PRLog (Press Release)Aug 13, 2009) – The Missing Pieces of the Fibromyalgia Puzzle is “perhaps the most sensible book on fibromyalgia ever written,” according to Frederick Wolfe, M.D., Master, American College of Rheumatology and lead author of The American College of Rheumatology 1990 Criteria for the Classification of Fibromyalgia.

This is the book that changes everything for patients, healthcare providers, and everyone with an interest in truly understanding the cause of fibromyalgia and chronic widespread pain.

In The Missing Pieces of the Fibromyalgia Puzzle, author Jeff Sarkozi, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., F.A.C.R. provides the revolutionary insight and understanding that redefines the landscape of fibromyalgia knowledge, diagnosis, and treatment by exposing the fallacy of pain from nowhere, revealing the failure of the fibromyalgia diagnosis, elucidating the true cause of fibromyalgia pain, and offering real treatment for what’s really going on.

The Missing Pieces of the Fibromyalgia Puzzle is the most ground-breaking and transformational book ever written on fibromyalgia and chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain. It does what no other book or publication has ever been capable of doing. Through original, cutting edge clinical research results and evidence-based

This compelling, scholarly, yet immensely accessible new knowledge demystifies fibromyalgia and chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain and makes everything that is unknown about the relationships between pain, tenderness, disability, sleep, weight related issues, psychological and psychosocial disturbances, and sexual difficulties clear and understandable.

Written for patients and healthcare providers, The Missing Pieces of the Fibromyalgia Puzzle will transform the lives of individuals afflicted with fibromyalgia and chronic widespread pain. Its enlightening blend of traditional and complementary therapies guides and empowers patients and their healthcare providers with the most unique, integrated, and thoroughly effective self-managed wellness recovery program ever published. It provides the substrate of truly justified hope and faith in the ability of individuals to transcend the suffering of fibromyalgia to make positive changes in their health and overall well-being.

Jeff Sarkozi, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., F.A.C.R., is a rheumatologist expert specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia and chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain for thousands of patients over more than two decades. Dr. Sarkozi has researched, developed, and patented numerous unique orthotic devices and created original, innovative treatment programs to relieve symptoms and improve function in patients with fibromyalgia, chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain, and other arthritic conditions. He currently directs the Fibromyalgia Polypain Arthritis Center in Orange County, California.

Ordering Information:
analysis, it actually identifies the cause of pain in fibromyalgia, the mechanism by which it evolves, how it is modulated, and how to effectively treat it. Web Store: Telephone: 714-973-0106. Fax: 714-973-0129. Mail: Sagecoast Publishing, 801 North Tustin Avenue, Suite 503, Santa Ana, California, 92705. Softcover ISBN: 978-0-9819223-3-1, $29.95. To contact Jeff Sarkozi, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., F.A.C.R. for interviews, speaking, or lectures use contact information accompanying this press release or visit
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Medical Information said...

Fibromyalgia is often aggravated due to stress and strain and being sluggish. It might also cause due to lack of exercise. Doing exercise in daily routine, talking walk, can relieve pain. Aqua or water aerobics is the simplest exercise for those ailing from fibromyalgia pain, also specially for over weight people. For more details on it, refer Fibromyalgia

Lauren Martin said...

I would advise anyone to be wary of the grand claims made in this book. If what he's selling sounds too good to be true (and it does), then it probably is. Worth a read to see what he has to say, but take it with a grain of salt.