Doctor, Why Do I Feel This Way?
(PRWEB) July 13, 2006
J. Wes Tanner, MD announces his new eBook, “Doctor, Why Do I Feel This Way?” His book will be available at http://www.migrainesyndrome.net. J. Wes Tanner, MD is a family practice and headache specialist who has been treating people for over thirty years. He has extensive experience in treating migraines and fibromyalgia with excellent success. He has had many patients cured of their fibromyalgia.
Dr. Tanner is publishing his book, “Doctor, Why Do I Feel This Way?”, which exposes the secrets and myths of fibromyalgia. He has coined the name migraine syndrome to explain many different symptoms the migraine patient experiences. These patients are sensitive to light, sound, smell, food, and/or stress. If migraine patients are over-stimulated long enough they develop fibromyalgia.
“Wow! I think your book is superb and will help many people suffering with this perplexing complex of diseases. Congratulations Wes.” This endorsing comment was made by Roger Cady, MD who is best known in the medical community for his pivotal contributions in the field of headache and migraine management. He was the co-recipient of the prestigious Wolff Award in 2000 from the American Headache Society for his research entitled “The Spectrum of Headache”. Dr. Cady currently serves on 12 Advisory Boards and is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Headache Foundation.
Fibromyalgia is known as the great impostor. It often masquerades as a single complaint of depression, neck or low back aches, or possibly even chest pain. Headaches, panic attacks, insomnia, memory problems, tennis elbow, ear pain, or other problems may be associated with fibromyalgia. Patients often do not realize that a single complaint may be just the tip of the iceberg. If the doctor listens closely and asks questions about the whole body (not just the main complaint), then the rest of the iceberg may be revealed.
Dr. Tanner is developing unique ways to enable the patient to have more meaningful office visits. Patients will be able to answer questions from Dr. Tanner through the Internet. Then they will be able to download printed sheets which would facilitate their next doctor visit. In general your doctor only has about 7 or 8 minutes of undivided attention for each patient visit. Declining insurance reimbursement will only continue to exacerbate this problem. Therefore you need to be prepared to take maximum advantage of the time available with your doctor. Dr. Tanner intends for the patients who subscribe to his web site, at http://www.migrainesyndrome.net, to be able to present information to their doctor in a concise and time efficient manner thus freeing up time for patient education. In addition, the web site will also provide detailed education.