Effective treatment for fibromyalgia

February 25, 2012

Fibromyalgia, Inflammation

This inflammatory process is often insidious and usually attacks the body’s weakest area.

by Dr. Kenneth F. Muhich — 

More and more research has validated the notion that the symptoms of fibromyalgia derive from the same source — inflammation. This inflammatory process is often insidious and usually attacks the body’s weakest area. It can affect any organ or tissue, and may eventually affect the entire body, as is the case with fibromyalgia.

No matter how many pills, potions, injections, organ stimulants or other medical treatments are administered, they will not get to the root of the problem but only provide temporary relief. For healing to happen, the cause of the condition must be addressed.

Over the past years, Dr. R. Paul St. Armand has successfully treated over 4,500 fibromyalgia patients with a protocol that includes treatment using a simple medication called guaifenesin (gwa-fen-e-sen), a safe medication that can even be used for children. Guaifenesin is an innocuous component of many cold and cough preparations that liquefies mucus. It is also the most potent drug to date for reversing fibromyalgia.

Having stumbled upon an effective treatment, it seemed appropriate for St. Armand to formulate a theory based on his results. Upon analyzing 24-hour urine samples from his patients, of phosphate and a moderate increase of oxalate and calcium after guaifenesin treatments, St. Armand suspected that fibromyalgia cells retain abnormal amounts of phosphates and calcium that should have been excreted by the kidneys.

The abnormality, which may be due to an inherited enzymatic deficiency, leads to symptoms that fibromyalgics experience in many tissues and areas of the body. Guaifenesin treatment reverses the entire process of fibromyalgia in a more intense cyclic and progressive fashion. This is due to a rapid attack on multiple areas, simultaneously.

 

Dr. Kenneth F. Muhich is a chiropractic physician at Stetson Chiropractic Clinic in Scottsdale, Ariz., who has almost 20 years of research to develop a successful protocol for the treatment of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. He is a member of the Blended Healthcare Consortium. www.stetsonchiropractic.com, dcken2000@cs.com or 480-948-4955.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 5, Oct/Nov 2010.

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