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Diagnoses associated with chronic pain conditions include ALL of the following EXCEPT:
True or false: Chronic pain is characterized by the presence of pain for a period of at least six months.
True or false: The ICD-9 diagnostic code commonly used for fibromyalgia is fibrocitis.
Characteristic of fibromyalgia include:
True or false: Adults with fibromyalgia are more likely to suffer from depression.
True or false: Tender points associated with fibromyalgia include all of the following: upper trapezius, vastus lateralis, gluteus maximus, and pectoralis
True or false: The Fight or Flight response consists of elevated heart rate, elevated blood pressure, muscle tension, and digestive shutdown.
True or false: Hypomobility is a common problem in people with fibromyalgia.
The most common complaint with FMS along with muscle pain and fatigue is____.
Effective management of fibromyalgia includes ALL of the following EXCEPT:
True or false: Strength training improved symptom-related self-efficacy, shoulder and knee strength, and upper body flexibility more than flexibility training in a randomized clinical study for people with fibromyalgia.
In order to be effective in reducing the painful spasm of fibromyalgia, massage therapy techniques should be performed _________.
Myofascial pain syndrome symptoms include ALL of the following EXCEPT:
A hyperirritable area located in a taut band of muscle which refers pain when pressed is known as______.
True or false: High resolution ultrasound imaging indicated a positive change in collagen density related to trigger points after manual therapy treatment including myofascial release.
True or false: A focus of hyperirritability in muscle or its associated fascia that is clinically quiescent with respect to spontaneous pain and hurts only when palpated is known as a latent TP.
True or false: When palpating a trigger point, flat palpation utilizes a palpating finger rolled transversely across a taut muscle fiber similar to plucking a guitar string.
To differentiate between fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome, which of the statements is TRUE?
Evidence-based research shows the following interventions to be effective in managing symptoms of fibromyalgia, such as trigger points:
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