Don't just treat fibromyalgia symptoms. Stop the ROOT CAUSE of fibromyalgia pain in 10 to 15 minutes. No medication. No surgery.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 2, 2010
It’s been the million dollar question plaguing sufferers for centuries, and has confused doctors to the present day: What in the world is fibromyalgia? More importantly, what is the main root cause and how do you stop the excruciating pain? Fibromyalgia Free Life, LLC releases the first fibromyalgia book to answer these questions. East Meets West From the Bottom Up, provides a podiatrist's new breakthrough discovery -- a main root cause of Fibromyalgia. In addition, he introduces the first treatment that focuses on the cause rather than symptoms, giving fibromyalgia patients the first sign of hope in the long history of the disease.
“Teamed up with Western medicine, pharmaceutical companies offer temporary fixes for each symptom that arises. But to actually treat fibromyalgia with more long-term, positive results, you have to target the root. I can show you the main cause of the pain and how to make symptoms go away and stay away,” says Dr. Howard G. Groshell, Jr., podiatrist, author, and founder of Fibromyalgia Free Life, LLC.
The book introduces Dr. Groshell’s expertise in integrating both Eastern and Western Medicine. Unlike many medical books, geared towards giving sufferers and the medical community a generic understanding of a health condition, East Meets West From the Bottom Up includes an extensive protocol that goes beyond learning about Dr. Groshell's medical findings. The book includes a thorough self-help, step-by-step protocol, giving patients the ability to correct their pain. Along with the self-help treatment for fibroymyalgia, comprising over forty years of practice and statistical data, East Meets West From the Bottom Up also offers raw, personal narratives from fibromyalgia sufferers, providing a more in-depth insight into one of the most complex syndromes in the history of medicine.
“My book breaks down fibromyalgia in a way that hasn't been done before," stated Dr. Groshell. "The heart of the book, though, belongs to the sufferers of Fibromylgia. Seek and you will find."
Los Angeles award-winning author Megan Rellahan (Edgar Hernandez POW: An American Hero) co-wrote the book with Dr. Groshell, spending the entire first year collecting data and interviewing former patients in order to present another rarity that you won't find in many other books about fibromyalgia -- longitudinal case studies. The correlation between podiatry and treating fibromyalgia is profound.
“Writing this book after reading and studying so many others was a very exciting challenge," Rellahan admits. "All the books I read on fibromyalgia seemed generally to say the same things. Times have drastically changed and I wanted to write something that was more modern, and with information that wasn’t out-dated. I'm so grateful to all the patients who were willing to dig deep within and talk about some of the more painful things they faced. For me, it was also incredible to see a now retired doctor so driven to push and get this information out there. His passion for his patients with fibromyalgia is something to admire, and his desire to shed a new light and give people hope, is the cornerstone of this book.”
For more information on East Meets West From The Bottom Up and for an up close and personal look at the future of fibromyalgia treatment, please visit: http://www.FibroFreeLife.com.
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