Fibromyalgia

Patient: 63 year old female

Complaint: Fibromyalgia since 2006. Morning stiffness, whole body pain, restriction in motion, diarrhea, (irritable bowel syndrome), herpes zoster over left gluteus medius.

Medical diagnosis: Fibromyalgia since 2006 (All tender points were found positive). The patient had previously had a carcionoma of bladder with recidivis in 2002 & 2004. Patient has had 5x colonscopy x-rays neurological check up without pathology.

NIS Treatment: Prior to treatment the pain was an 8/10 for the patient.

After only 3 treatments there was a change in pain location, then she was painless, with no diarrhea, and her morning stiffness was much much better. Patient felt the pain had reduced to a 0/10!

Neurolink Summary: The etiology of pain can lead to a myriad of misguided procedures that frequently compound the basic problem. This is an example where NIS has simplified the obtuse terminology of fibromyalgia.


Submitted by: Dr Meike Scheuplein, Medical Doctor
Neu-Isenburg, Germany


Fibromyalgia is pain in the muscles, ligaments, and tendons - the soft fibrous tissues of the body.

It can cause widespread pain, disturbed sleep, and exhaustion from head to toe.