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Fibromyalgia Syndrome – “Doctor, I hurt all over!”

Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D.

A practicing physician, specializing in preventative health care, who utilizes eclectic health care for the whole family, including conventional, orthomolecular and natural medicine. He is also the medical director of The Integrative Medical Center of Santa Barbara in Lompoc, CA. He went to UCLA medical school and is board certified in family medicine.


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  1. Katherine

    I have a grand daughter Christina 15, that has Fibromyalgia or so the doctors think. We live in Fairbanks, Alaska ans we don’t really have doctors in either Fairbanks or Anchorage that really know about Fibromyalgia. One of Christina’s docotrs suggested she go to Seattle to see a specialist but Christina is on Denali Kid Care (which is like Medicaid) and they don’t feel she needs to be sent to Seattle. Christina has the aching ankles, knees, sometimes wrist, sleep is bocoming an issue and yes I would say she is depressed also because she feels her life is going in the toilet. She loves to go outside and activities but each time she does she pays for the next several days. She is home schooled because she can not walk for long periods of time either flat floors or up/down stairs. The family doesn’t have any extra monies to purchase any special products. They are just barely making it, parents and four children. It is hard to sit and watch her not be able to do the activities that other children take for granite. I just came across your site and subscribed to Home Cures That Work. I’m a firm believer in the natural way if possible, it worked for the pioneers it can work for me. My daughter is one of of the new generation that feels that you have to clear everything with the doctor and a lot of the doctors will say that natural medicine won’t work but you can have this drug and if this one doesn’t work then we will try this other one.. I will read more on Fibromyalgia and your site to see what you offer in advise. Have a grand day:)

  2. Jose L. Suescun, M.D.

    Fibromyalgia is genetic and can not be cured at the present moment, but there is a successful treatment, which allows to carry a normal life

    Jose L. Suescun, M.D.

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