Edina, MN (PRWEB) October 5, 2007
Drs. Adam J. Burke and Jay P. Wilson of Edina Minnesota have announced a breakthrough treatment for those suffering from fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Drs. Burke and Wilson have had such tremendous success with these difficult cases they are starting to attract media attention. Their clinic is in its 43rd year of practice and is located at 7300 France Avenue, in Edina Minnesota.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes a range of symptoms from pain in limbs and joints, to numbness in the extremities, to sleep disorders, chronic fatigue, and depression. Affecting an estimated 30 million people in the U.S., fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose and treat with traditional medicine. Those suffering from the condition typically have pain and other ailments for years, often turning to a range of doctors, including rheumatologists and other specialists, without achieving relief from their symptoms. The side effects of the medications prescribed for relief from pain and other ailments often create an additional burden for these patients, with minimal efficacy.
"We have patients coming to us when they are really at their wits' end," Dr. Burke said. "People begin to lose hope after having tried everything else. But with this new multi-disciplinary program, we can help people even with very severe fibromyalgia. And the results we get are pretty astounding."
The therapy used to combat the condition includes an evaluation of the nervous system, where the systemic malfunction associated with fibromyalgia is believed to be rooted. This evaluation is followed by a treatment for skeletal imbalance, which is the leading cause of the muscle aches fibromyalgia patients experience. Additionally, an advanced and highly effective cold laser technology is used to assist with healing. Patients undergoing the therapy typically see results in a very short time, provided they are dedicated to following through with the treatment.
"Being able to treat patients and help them recover from the devastating effects of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue is extremely rewarding," Dr. Burke said. "Many of these people have lost the things they care so much about. Hobbies, jobs, and even relationships are severely affected by this debilitating disease. We can help them take their lives back."
Those interested in receiving more information on drug-free treatment of fibromyalgia and/or chronic fatigue syndrome can obtain a free report from http://www.minnesotapainrelief.com or call a toll-free 24-hour message line, at 888-679-9094.