To be diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you must have had at least 3 months of widespread pain, and pain and tenderness in at least 11 of 18 areas, including

  • Arms (elbows)
  • Buttocks
  • Chest
  • Knees
  • Lower back
  • Neck
  • Rib cage
  • Shoulders
  • Thighs

Blood and urine tests are usually normal. However, tests may be done to rule out other conditions that may have similar symptoms.

There are over 305 neuromuscular triggerpoints and over 23 acupressure points.Plus surrounding fascia it must be treated.And people wonder why you are pain.

Through NPR treatments, many of my fibromyalgia clients, if not all, report that their pain is gone or is no longer holding them back in their life.



“If you are looking for Myofascial Release therapy (think fibromyalgia and related pain syndromes), Gary is the best. I’m seeing him regularly now.”                                

Linda Haney