The Fibromyalgia Center of Excellence for Treatment and Education, the state of the art treatment for fibromyalgia is here!!

The Rehab South Fibromyalgia Center of Excellence is now open for you! This year, several million Americans, mostly women, will go to their doctors complaining of an illness for which they have no name. The majority will be sent to an average of four more doctors before they receive the correct diagnosis ... fibromyalgia.

Rehab South's Fibromyalgia Center of Excellence will help you learn about all aspects of fibromyalgia, helping you be pro-active in your treatment.

Do you want to have the latest edge in education and treatment to combat fibromyalgia?
Ask your doctor to send you to us!

Our expertise is in helping your doctor help you. Medication is not enough to give you the maximum edge for coping with this syndrome. Individuals are affected differently, and therefore need a personalized exercise program. Each program includes aquatic therapy, massage therapy, education, and stress management. We utilize a wide range of pain reduction techniques. You will benefit from being taught to stretch properly and strengthen muscles and exercise without fear of injury. You will develop a better quality of life and receive tools to help you cope with fibromyalgia.

Our physical therapy program is tailored to your individual needs. You will attain a better quality of life from our program. With insurance, out-of-pocket costs will be minimal.

Fibromyalgia Tender Points:
These are areas of pain on touch but without signs of redness, swelling or heat in the surrounding joints or muscles.
Graphic courtesy of
Fibromyalgia Tender Points

Online resources for more information about fibromyalgia:

Fibromyalgia Network

Fibromyalgia: What It Is and How to Manage It from the

Fibromyalgia (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)

Do you show symptoms of fibromyalgia?
• Three months of widespread pain, with 11 of 18 tender-point sites
• Sleep deprivation
• Fibro-fog: mental lapses with difficulty concentrating
• Severe headaches and flu-like symptoms
• Fibromyalgia often co-exists with other conditions, including chronic fatigue syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, and interstitial cystitis.

• Insurance coverage evaluated and filed
• Information on lifestyle and exercise