What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a syndrome of chronic pain seen in rheumatology. It can affect up to 2% of the total population; with a higher percentage appearing in women than in men. If you believe this symptom has negatively impacted your ability to be remain employed contact our workers’ compensation office for a free consultation.
Today fibromyalgia is a common diagnosis made by rheumatologists. But rheumatologists can have difficulty determining which patients should continue to work and which patients should be classified as disabled.
Do not rely on self-perception if you believe you suffer from chronic pain. Our medical team can determine whether or not your pain is work-related and what benefits you are within your rights to receive.