Fibromyalgia

This is not your typical Fibromyalgia blog. What you will read here will enable you to change your life through our assistance. If you are just looking to confirm your symptoms and suffering – this is not the blog for you. However, if you are looking for serious help—read on.

Definition: Fibromyalgia is a soft tissue or muscular rheumatism, often called a rheumatic syndrome, with widespread pain in muscles, tendons, and other connective tissues, resulting in muscle pain without muscle weakness. Unlike some types of arthritis and rheumatic conditions, Fibromyalgia does not cause joint deformities.

Structural complications associated by Category II

Structural complications associated with Fibromyalgia and Category II

Doctors do not know what causes Fibromyalgia because they are looking for a condition. But to receive a formal fibromyalgia diagnosis, your doctor must find at least 11 of these 18 tender points of pressure. Tender points are specific places on the body (18 specific points at 9 bilateral locations) that are exceptionally sensitive to the touch in people with fibromyalgia upon examination by a doctor. The 18 trigger point sites used for fibromyalgia diagnosis are (see diagram):

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FM pointsFibromyalgia and SOT Category II Sacroiliac Slip Separation Points

  • On the fat pad over the knee.
  • On the outside of the hip.
  • At the top of the hip.
  • Over the shoulder blade.
  • On the outer edge of the forearm, directly below the elbow.
  • On the breastbone.
  • On the top of the shoulder toward the back.
  • At the base of the neck in the back.
  • At the base of the skull.

The Structural Component of Fibromyalgia and Category II. Read More …

Corresponding Fibromyalgia and SOT Indicators:

Because of the “condition based” approach of traditional medicine the corresponding Fibromyalgia tender points are fairly broad and unspecific. This is in stark contrast to the specificity of the Sacro Occipital Technic indicators for a Category II sacroiliac slip separation, which may involve several possible active indicators to be found in the traditional Fibromyalgia tender point areas.

(1 & 2) Sternocleidomastoid muscle

  • Low Cervical: bilateral, at the anterior aspects of the inter-transverse spaces.
  • SOT INDICATOR: Cervical anterior: R+C cervical lumbar indicators, joints of lusca indicator; posterior: C3/C4 Cervical Laminae Category Indicator

(3 & 4) On the breastbone.

  • Second Rib: bilateral, at the second costochondral junction, just lateral to the junctions on upper surfaces.
  • SOT INDICATOR: 1st Rib Sensitivity Test; clavicle fixation due to Latissimus Dorsi contracture in response to Category II Sacroiliac slip separation; Contracted Latissimus Dorsi will extend arm posterior causing the clavicle to drop down on the ribs.

(5 & 6) On the outer edge of the forearm, directly below the elbow.

  • Lateral Epicondyle: bilateral, 2 cm distal to the epicondyles
  • SOT INDICATOR: Viscerosomatic Referred Pain: Viscerosomatic reflex from altered liver detoxification or impaired small intestine function
Category II Muscle Groups

Category II Muscle Groups

(7 & 8) On the fat pad over the knee.

  • Knee: bilateral, at the medial fat pad proximal to the joint line
  • SOT INDICATOR: Insertion of the Sartorius muscle contracture in response to Category II sacroiliac slip separation

(9 & 10) At the base of the skull.

  • Occiput: on both sides (bilateral), at the sub-occipital muscle insertions
  • SOT INDICATOR: Fiber Visceral Defense System; Any disturbance of your organs will create a specific reflex to this area through a golgi tendon organ reflex. It is defensive in nature assisting your body to crate an appropriate response to maintain homeostasis in the body.

(11 & 12) At the base of the neck in the back. On the top of the shoulder toward the back.

  • Trapezius: bilateral, at the midpoint of the upper border of the muscle.
  • SOT INDICATOR: Active Trap Fibers; Seven distinct reflex points, which swell when the connecting vertebra has lost its controlled motion. Ruffini’s spray ending monitor heat generated by the loss of controlled motion at the thoracic and lumbar vertebral pedicles causing the skeletal pain experienced by the person.

(13 & 14) Over the shoulder blade.

  • Supraspinatus: bilateral, at origins, above the spine of the scapula (shoulder blade) near the medial border
  • SOT INDICATOR: 1st Rib mobility Test, — contraction of Supraspinatus because of a contracted Latissimus Dorsi pulling on humerus. Viscerosomatic Referred Pain: Viscerosomatic reflex from altered liver detoxification.

(15 & 16) At the top of the hip.

  • Gluteal: bilateral, in upper outer quadrants of buttocks in anterior fold of muscle.
  • SOT INDICATOR: Category II Sacroiliac Slip Separation, Viscerosomatic Referred Pain: Viscerosomatic reflex from altered colon, uterus or prostate function.

(17 & 18) On the outside of the hip.

  • Greater Trochanter: bilateral, posterior to the trochanteric prominence.
  • SOT INDICATOR: Category II Sacroiliac Slip Separation, Viscerosomatic Referred Pain: Viscerosomatic reflex from altered colon, uterus or prostate function; Iliotibial Band adhesions developed in response to Category II

How Can Wellness Alternatives Help You?

We look at Fibromyalgia differently. Rather than naming the symptom or suffering, our focus is to name the correction of the physiologic, metabolic and neurological dysfunction. We address all the components of Fibromyalgia simultaneously. Our patients often feel better quickly. There are those who are self-educated on Fibromyalgia and choose to replicate their version of treatment. They argue that dysbiosis, anemia and acidosis have nothing to do with Fibromyalgia because it’s not described on other websites. These fail miserably. Some feel so good after having their Category II repaired they stop working on the other components. Unfortunately, the other components will cause the Category II to come back.

It takes minimum amount of time for the body to restore balance and heal. The Category II problem requires six to eight weeks of treatment. Anemia, which has 12 variations takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days. Restoring gut sequencing, chemistry and acid/alkaline balance is about six to nine months. Food sensitivities can take over a year.

How long have you been suffering from Fibromyalgia? Wellness Alternatives can create a customized treatment program specific for you. If you live beyond driving distance, we can still do laboratory testing to develop a treatment protocol for you and assist you in finding a Sacro Occipital Technic chiropractor in your area.

The Structural Component of Fibromyalgia and Category II. Read More …

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