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How Psychologists Help Fibromyalgia Patients | Central Chiropractor

About 30% of people with fibromyalgia experience nervousness, depression, or some form of mood disturbance. Researchers have not yet determined whether fibromyalgia causes these conditions or vice versa, but what has become clear is that when your psychological state succumbs to your physical pain, your pain gets stronger. That's why your physician may recommend you seek a psychiatrist, psychologist, or a counselor.

How can mental and emotional support help with fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a complex condition. Its symptoms will often impact your life in a way that transcend pain and are varied. The pain and fatigue alone could be sufficient to negatively alter your lifestyle, thus affecting your mood. To take control of your symptoms, you may have to have a multi-disciplinary strategy, incorporating psychology, physical therapy, and medications, to help provide overall relief from all fibromyalgia symptoms.

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PUSH Fitness & Athletic Training is pushing the barriers of average gyms. Not only do we offer training sessions on the hour every hour but we also cater to the most athletic to the elderly and obesity of populations. We believe in making the commitment to change your lifestyle and not forcing you to.

By blending CrossFit and Personal Training, we are able to tailor make workouts that are very specific and individualized to each member no matter where they are physically. Ultimately PUSH’ing them to feel and look their absolute best.

We don’t stop there. PUSH also offers strength and conditioning programs, which improves the athletic ability of kids and teams of any sport at any age.

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Crossfit is an intensive yet effective core strength & conditioning program. Our programming focuses on functional movement patterns, or, movements that you find in real life – pushing, pulling, squatting, jumping, throwing, carrying, and sprinting.

PUSH Kids

PUSH Kids programming uses a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength and conditioning in children. Our classes include elements of gymnastics, weight lifting, body weight movements, running, jump roping, and more.

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We offer personal training services for individuals or small groups that desire highly customized, one on one (or group) fitness instruction at all levels. Count on us to design a program to keep you on track and to motivate you every step of the way.


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What do I eat? We are here to support your physical transformation, and are happy to steer you in the right direction. We offer nutritional coaching to help our members learn how to properly fuel their bodies.

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Our training programs are designed for athletes that look to gain a competitive edge in their sport.  We provide sport specific services to help increase an athlete’s performance through mobility, strength and endurance.

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