Here Is The Number One Thing You Must Fix To Beat Fibromyalgia


 

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Dr. Murphree uses some of the most sophisticated, yet practical, scientifically based, nutritional therapies to prevent and reverse even the most stubborn illnesses. Dr. Rodger Murphree, D.C., has been in private practice since 1990. He is the founder and past clinic director for a large integrated medical practice located on the campus of Brookwood Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the author of Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Heart Disease What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You, and Treating and Beating Anxiety and Depression with Orthomolecular Medicine.

He can be reached at www.YourFibroDoctor.com or 205-879-2383.  

 


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22 Commentsto Here Is The Number One Thing You Must Fix To Beat Fibromyalgia

  1. Marsha Wise says:

    I had suffered with fibromyalgia for many years and the Dr. put me on amotriptoline (m.sp.) for years. It did not help so I weaned myself off of it.
    Then a year and a half ago, I had a stroke. My Dr. put me on 5mg. of
    cyclobenzaprine as I have tremors in my left arm and hand. I couldn’t take it
    during the day as it made me too sleepy so I only take one at bedtime. I have
    slept like a baby ever since and do not have fibromyalgia pain any longer. Is this medication hurting me?

    • Amitriptyline and other tricyclic antidepressants can cause tardive dyskinesia or tremors……If the muscle relaxant Flexeril is helping you sleep through the night then great but it does have potential side effects and is it helping with other symptoms you may be having with fibro, poor energy, low moods, etc?

    • Maria t says:

      I have been taking cyclobenzaprine otherwise know as flexarill for 30 years. It has managed muscle pain. If i go without it i feel unrested and get muscle pain and spasms.

    • Oh my God, and my dad and myself was on that medicine amitriptyline and it caused my dad to have two TIA’s and the last one took my dad out of here and I told my family it was that medication that did that to him! I have been off of prescribed medications since 2010 and will not ever take them ever again! I was born with degenerative disease (scoliosis) and SLE Lupus and was told I would have to be on medication for the duration of my life! The devil is a liar and I am not any medication and am using nutrition/food for healing and music keeps my sciatica, fibromyalgia under control. I am strong, so strong I am alive to tell the world why I got myself off of prescribed medication. I was on over 30 prescribed medications and I do mean all kinds, pain, anti-depressants and then I had to take something to help me to sleep, something to keep alert, etc. It just was spiral gone and I found my method to my own madness and now SAY NO TO ALL PRESCRIBED MEDCICATIONS! God bless to everyone and love, peace & blessings to this world of addiction madness. Be looking for my book coming soon, “Addiction Madness!”

  2. Cindy Spiker says:

    Dr Murphree ~
    Thank you for this video and your book! Your book gave me a lot of hope!
    I take a half of a ambien at night to sleep and also 600 mg of Gabepentin for my burning skin sensation. I would love to be off both of them, but I’m not sure how to wean myself off and I’m afraid of not sleeping at all! What do you suggest is the best approach? I’d appreciate your advice.
    Thank you,
    Cindy

  3. Eva Clow says:

    Why is it Dr’s always say they can cure fibromyalgia you read what they have to say and then they want you to pay for the rest of what they have to say. So not right. Is there a Dr out there that does not charge? People on disability can not afford this kind of thing.

    • Heather says:

      I am reading Dr Murphee’s Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome now and as a nurse and patient with severe fibro AS osteoarthritis ddd and sooo much much to even type and all hereditary I ordered his vitamins and my IBS has cleared up and going everyday I stead of weekly. Little more energy. Still have A lot of pain but I have more than fibro but have noticed some changes. If you go to u tube you can go to treating and beating fibro or the fibro Dr and watch his videos free.

    • Joyce says:

      I agree with you completely! I am also on SSI and can barely afford to keep a roof over my head . Do only people with money deserve help with this horrible disease? How sad!

      • I work with folks from all across the social economic spectrum from custodial workers, bus drivers, those on disability to bankers and doctors. The book is less than $20 on Amazon and the videos are free on my site. Anyone can benefit if they truly want to.

  4. Jenn says:

    I agree. There is no “cure” for fibromyalgia!!

  5. Lisa says:

    He isn’t asking you to pay for anything. He is having a Tues evening Teleconference, as he does every Tues., to tell you about what you need to treat and beat Fibromyalgia. Yes, he does have a book that gives you everything you need to know to treat and beat Fibro. also.

    He had to go to school and pay for all his schooling and has done plenty of research for all of us who have suffered from this illness or illnesses. It took a lot of his time to do so. He is also offering you the first 3 chapters of his book for free. He also will do phone calls with those who can’t travel to his Practice. Just think of all the money you’ll be saving from being cured and then not having to take all the Prescriptions you now take and how great you will feel.

    I’ve always said you can’t put a price on it when it comes to your health.

  6. Angela Morrow says:

    I have fibromyalgia and all symptoms and illness related. I need help.

  7. Diane says:

    Dear Dr. Murphreem,

    I’ve suffered for many years, most of my life, with symptoms of Fibromyalgia.
    I went through the usual being passed from doctor to test to doctor to test with no treatment helping me until I found a combination of 5 medications that do help me. I still have breakthrough pain from OsteoArthritis.
    The interesting thing is that 5 years ago I had an MRI to check me for MS, and instead it was found I have a Chiari 1 Malformation. This is a birth defect! So the symptoms explain all my childhood illnesses, and how my double-jointedness and other conditions tie in, because I also have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. This was a revelation!
    It is estimated that many cases of Fibromyalgia might actually be undiagnosed Ehlers-Danlos, with or without a Chiari Malformation. I was wondering if you have noticed this in your practice, and whether you have any plans to start treating Ehlers-Danlos patients. Like Fibro, the hard thing is having one Primary Care Doctor who basically just oversees my progress, or doesn’t. I get referrals from him/her to specialists to treat my IBS, Hiatal Hernia, Esophagus Reflux, GERD, Joint dislocations and sublaxations, torn and ruptured tendons, vasculitis, raynauds, skin conditions, fatigue, depression, anxiety, adrenal adenoma, rheumatologist, double joints and knockned knees, and pain management. I see at least 5 specialists and I am on 6 medications.
    I am trying to apply for disability and it’s hard to keep awake long enough to fill out forms, or to remember accurate dates and names of doctors I have seen, although I have kept a journal since 2008 (and I highly recommend it).
    Please send a copy of your reply to my email address, and thank you for your help. I live in Evergreen CO, if there are any doctors you would recommend. I am new here.
    Diane

  8. E says:

    What about all the patients who cannot listen to videos or participate in teleconferences, or talk on the phone? Why is there no text? I keep getting these e-mails promising all these good ideas, but I have no idea what they are. 🙁

  9. Angela brazell says:

    I have suffered for 10 years and I cant find a doctor who treats and take my insurance im tried of suffering

    • I’m sorry but insurance won’t pay for what I do. It is hard to find a doctor who one believes in fibro, two understands it,and three actually knows how to help you overcome it.If you can find a doctor who can really help you, it is worth every penny. Yes it is an out of pocket expense…investment. You’ll spend it either way, either getting sicker and sicker with more and more drugs, or investing in long term health.

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