Computer Monitor, like mac with blank screen. OVERVIEWDIAGNOSISTREATMENTFM DVDsSTUDY SIGN-UP FIQR self-test
       Pain explainedMyofascial painHaving SurgeryYour weightLupus in FMSjögren's
       Herbal medsGrowth hormonePregnancyMindfulnessFM DisabilityFM literature
                                                             PPT Slides    Frida Kahlo            
 
 
 

About your use of this website         

 
 


Thank you for consulting this website sponsored by
The Fibromyalgia Information Foundation (FIF).  The content of this site is generated by health care professionals based at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. and selected fibromyalgia experts from elsewhere. When using this site please bear in mind the following limitations.

All information contained on the FIF website (www.myalgia.com) is solely for informational use; this includes all information relating to diagnosis, treatment, medical care, preventive advice and new research discoveries. The content of the sites is not intended to substitute for the advice, diagnosis or treatment by health care professionals. Patients should always consult their physician or other qualified health care professional for medical advice and treatment. This website should not be used as a substitute for the medical advice or services of your health care providers.

The Fibromyalgia Information Foundation (FIF) has links to other websites. Please bear in mind that FIF does not exert any control over the content that is posted on other sites, or any materials that are sold or emailed by other websites. FIF is not responsible for any material posted by other websites. FIF specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages which may result from materials posted on its website (www.myalgia.com) or posted on linked websites.

The Fibromyalgia Information Foundation (FIF) is an all volunteer organization with no full time staff, and cannot answer questions about specific treatments, diagnoses, or symptoms.

Rheumatologists, physiatrists and pain specialists are the physicians who most commonly specialize in treating fibromyalgia. There is, however, a wide variation of expertise, training and interest amongst individual health care providers in treating fibromyalgia patients.

WebMD has physician finder by specialty and region at: http://my.webmd.com/find_a_phys/doctor

The American College of Rheumatology has an up-to-date regional listing of all its members at:  http://www.rheumatology.org/directory/geo.asp

The OFF website site is free for personal use only.

For further information contact:

The Fibromyalgia Information Foundation
PO Box 19016
Portland, OR 97280

 
     
 

                                      About us    Donations  Disclaimer