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Celeste Cooper
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RN, author, and freelance writer on chronic pain and fibromyalgia
RN, author, and freelance writer on chronic pain and fibromyalgia

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My review of Oska Pulse, a PEMF device that works!

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Oska® Pulse – PEMF for Chronic Pain and Cellular Healing
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have been given this product as part of a product review through the  Chronic Illness Bloggers  network. Although the product
was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way
influenced by the company." After reading the testimon...

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Do Women Experience Chronic Pain Differently?



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No two patients are the same. 

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Thrilled that my article is stimulating a conversation. Many thanks to those who have commented.

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Casting Light on the Shadow of Fibromyalgia: Finding the cause
Radiating the Shadow of Light As suggested in my article for ProHealth , there is a problem with research on fibromyalgia. It is all over the
place. The reason for this is partly due to how research is funded—sad, but true. Drug Research Several drugs have ...

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Thank you +ProHealth.

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Fibromyalgia is not and should not be a diagnosis of exclusion. This is an article I wrote for +ProHealth about disparity, and hope for better treatments. In healing, Celeste

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I wrote about this on my blog when the press release came out because I feel it is important. Here is more information, to answer questions. 

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Great interview, encouraging news. As an author of five books on self-management strategies and integrative care, and a person living with multiple chronic pain sources, this is exactly what we need. So few physicians truly understand the role of the myofascia in pain or body kenesiology. I expect a lack of knowledge from the perspective of internal medicine doctors, but there are pain doctors that could learn more. They are in a position to help patients find ways to be successfully proactive as a member on their own team.
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