Physicians have better understanding of fibromyalgia, report finds

04/21/2014 | Medscape (free registration)

Physicians have a better understanding of fibromyalgia and other centralized pain conditions, and now have effective treatments, Dr. Daniel Clauw of the University of Michigan wrote in JAMA. His research, which included a meta-analysis of data from 1955 to 2014, found that fibromyalgia can be diagnosed and treated in primary care settings, with referrals to specialists only needed when patients do not respond to treatment or have significant psychiatric problems.

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