Fibromyalgia pain device gets FDA nod

05/25/2006 | United Press International

A device to reduce the pain of fibromyalgia was approved by the FDA. A doctor with the Oregon clinic that developed the noninvasive Frequency Specific Microcurrent system says it has been shown in multiple studies to reduce inflammation and pain and could work to treat other pain-related conditions.

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