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The Very Real Pain of Fibromyalgia: An Infographic


Often labeled an “imaginary condition”, fibromyalgia (Fibra = Fiber, Myos = Muscle. Algia = Denoting Pain) is among the most prevalent musculoskeletal pain conditions, affecting between 3 to 6-percent of the global population.

Thankfully, MBA-Healthcare-Management.com, a resource that offers academic and career resources to healthcare management professionals, exist to spread awareness and debunk the myths surrounding this leading cause of disability among our elderly (mostly women) population. Discover the very real pain experienced by fibromyalgia patients…

 

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Source: MBA-Healthcare-Management.com

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