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A. Fibromyalgia is a condition which commonly manifests in chronic, widespread muscular pain, tenderness, and generalized fatigue. Research has shown that regular, moderate exercise is an important part of managing fibromyalgia.

However, it is often difficult for anyone who is in pain to exercise. In addition to providing manual therapy and pain modalities, a physical therapist can develop a safe, specific exercise program for those suffering with this condition. Physical therapy intervention has been shown to decrease pain and improve function for patients with fibromyalgia. Other helpful activities include aerobic conditioning, aquatic exercise, yoga, and tai chi.
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Cedar Crest   Google+
Cedar Crest Center
12127 B-3 N. Highway 14, 87008
Phone: 505/ 286-3678
FAX: 505/ 286-3688
Monday - Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm
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Edgewood   Google+
Edgewood Professional Center
PO Box 2347
1851 Route 66 - Bldg 2, Suite B, 87015
Phone: 505/ 281-8463
FAX: 505/ 281-8469
Monday - Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm
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Moriarty   Google+
Valley Plaza
PO Box 1730
2005-C US Route 66 West, 87035
Phone: 505/ 832-4011
FAX: 505/ 832-0434
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm
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