Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue (CFS) Therapy
Concerned Treatment Will Hurt?
While many people may offer treatment for Fibromyalgia, not many practitioners have it themselves. Rest assured that you are trusting your care to someone who knows your pain personally.
Your needs during therapy will be honored, and you will be in a safe place to ask questions and request any adjustments to your session at any point including stopping to take a break if that is what you need.
“I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia around 2010 and I’ve been through the whole circus of referral from one doctor to the next, being told it was ‘all in my head,’ being told I was ‘just trying to score more pills’ despite desperately wanting to be off of them.
I know what it feels like to lie in bed not knowing how I will get through the day because of the pain. I understand what it’s like to have a disease that no one can see. I also understand that sensations that shouldn’t cause pain can be excruciating, and I’m willing to make whatever modifications are needed to help my clients.”
— Shannon Goins, Therapist