Is biofeedback the last resort for fibromyalgia: A case report and review of Literature
Aseem Mehra, Anish, Vijeta
Fibromyalgia is a common chronic condition characterized by the widespread manifestation of musculoskeletal symptoms. Fibromyalgia usually found in middle-aged married females. Duloxetine, Pregabalin was found to be ineffective in combination with physical exercise. We report a case of a young adolescent girl presented with symptoms of musculoskeletal symptoms for 2 years. She did not show any improvement with Duloxetine and Pregabalin in combination and with medication alone. The patient was treated with Biofeedback, along with medication. She improved within one and a half months. Future studies require demonstrating the role of Biofeedback in Fibromyalgia.