Fibromyalgia Knee, Leg Pain, and Hip Pain2023-09-11T11:55:39+00:00

My gift of releasing negative emotions that we have stored in our body, opened in me about 20 years ago after I embodied unconditional love. My gifted ability to heal people physically opened up after I embodied self-love. Because unresolved, suppressed, negative emotions, block or impede the energy pathways that regulate our physical functions, various physical ailments, such as fibromyalgia can surface. I can ease your fibromyalgia pain if it is rooted in suppressed heavy emotions from the past, like anger

What Is Fibromyalgia Knee Pain?

For individuals, fibromyalgia knee pain represents a common and challenging symptom. This Fibromyalgia pain is often characterized as a persistent, dull ache that affects various joints throughout the body, with a particular focus on the knee. Fibromyalgia is also commonly felt in the neck, shoulders, and hips.

Unlike traditional joint pain conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia knee pain lacks visible damage or joint inflammation. Instead, the discomfort is associated with changes in how the pain signals are processed by the central nervous system.

The pain experienced by those with fibromyalgia is not merely a response to physical damage; it is believed to be influenced by the heightened sensitivity of the brain to pain signals. Even mild stimuli can trigger an amplified pain response, leading to knee pain and discomfort.

This heightened sensitivity to pain can result in constant or intermittent knee pain, accompanied by sensations of stiffness and swelling. The unpredictable nature of fibromyalgia knee pain can significantly impact an individual’s daily life and overall well-being.

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a complex condition that can manifest in various ways, with joint pain being a prevalent and significant symptom. Here are some common indicators of joint pain associated with fibromyalgia:

  1. Widespread Pain: Individuals with fibromyalgia often experience pain and tenderness that permeates their entire body, affecting the joints as well. This pain is frequently described as a deep ache or a burning sensation.
  2. Stiffness: Joint stiffness is a typical symptom of fibromyalgia, especially noticeable in the morning or after extended periods of rest. Moving the affected joints can become challenging due to this stiffness.
  3. Tender Points: People with fibromyalgia may have specific areas on their body that are highly sensitive to pressure. These tender points are commonly found in the neck, shoulders, hips, and knees. Applying even mild pressure to these points can result in heightened discomfort and pain.

What Can I Expect During an Energy Healing Session?

Every session begins with about 30 minutes of complimentary life coaching to discuss your emotional state and physical well-being. Then, we will commence the divinely guided healing session while you lay face up on my massage table. Every session is uniquely tailored to your specific needs, while my hands are guided to locate the area of your body where you have stored your unresolved emotions. You will slip into a meditative state while I balance your energy system. 

All of the following modalities are combined in every session. 

Somatic Energy Healing

Our emotional, physical, and mental health depend on balancing the body’s energy systems. Somatic energy healing aims to achieve this balance by freeing you of the negative emotions that are stored in your body.

Chakra Release

Our unresolved emotions get stored in their relative chakra. I calibrate low vibrations to high vibrations with specific hand placements, and breathing techniques, to achieve the ideal balance in your energy system. The effects will manifest in both improvements in emotional well-being and physical healing.

Energy Based Healing

My gift of healing addresses the root cause of what is holding you back. My gift of healing address the root cause of your fibromyalgia pain.

Jin Shin Release

The technique within this healing art involves the application of touch on specific points on the body in a particular sequence, as a form of non-verbal communication with your body’s communication system. Your blockages let go and release, from being acknowledged.

I Will Help You Gain Relief From the Pain Caused by Fibromyalgia

Somatic Therapy-Dr Marilyn Frazier

From transforming my consciousness through much adversity, and ultimately embodying self-love, my gifted ability to transform physical pain opened up. I can free you of your fibromyalgia pain, possibly in as little as 2 sessions. Your first session will address your emotional body, and your second session addresses your physical body. I can address your fibromyalgia only if it is rooted in unresolved emotions. Some of my clients who I healed of fibromyalgia in 2 sessions, lived with pain since they were a teen.

To learn more about how my gift of energy healing can help you find relief from fibromyalgia pain, text me at (310) 903-9336. I offer a free 15-minute discovery call.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Fibromyalgia Knee Pain

How can I continue the healing process for my fibromyalgia knee pain after my somatic energy sessions?2023-09-11T11:53:58+00:00

The healing journey to achieve healing from fibromyalgia may require medication, talk therapy through cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT), and exercise. However, it is recognized that there is no known cure for fibromyalgia. But through my healing hands, I can help you through your healing journey if your fibromyalgia is caused by emotional and psychological factors.

How can my fibromyalgia be diagnosed?2023-09-11T11:53:16+00:00

Fibromyalgia diagnosis involves a thorough evaluation by a healthcare professional, combining medical history, physical examination, and specific diagnostic criteria. Although there is no single definitive test for fibromyalgia, the diagnosis is made by excluding other possible causes of the person’s symptoms.

To diagnose fibromyalgia, the healthcare professional will typically:

  • Perform a Physical Exam: The doctor will conduct a comprehensive physical examination, assessing for signs of tenderness, pain, and stiffness in different areas of the body. They will also inquire about other symptoms like fatigue and sleep disturbances.
  • Take a Medical History: A detailed medical history will be taken, including an inquiry about the individual’s symptoms, past medical conditions, and relevant information.
  • Rule Out Other Conditions: To ensure an accurate diagnosis, the healthcare professional may conduct specific tests through the process of elimination to determine a person’s symptoms. Conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, and lupus will be carefully considered and, if necessary, excluded.
What are the causes and risk factors of fibromyalgia knee pain?2023-09-11T11:51:09+00:00

The exact cause of fibromyalgia remains elusive and may vary among individuals. However, researchers have put forward some prevailing theories shedding light on the condition’s origin. However, it’s important to note that emotional and psychological factors, such as trauma, stress, anxiety, and depression, may play a role in exacerbating fibromyalgia symptoms and influencing overall pain perception and well-being.

A primary theory revolves around how the central nervous system processes pain messages. Fibromyalgia is not attributed to autoimmune, inflammatory, muscle, or joint disorders. Nonetheless, recent research suggests potential links to certain types of inflammation, even without visible damage or inflammation in imaging studies. This inflammation could be related to an overactive immune system.

Fibromyalgia is believed to be a result of one or a combination of the following environmental, psychological, and genetic risk factors:

  • Gender: Women are twice as likely as men to develop fibromyalgia.
  • Age: While fibromyalgia can affect individuals of all ages, it is more commonly diagnosed in middle-aged individuals.
  • Physical or Emotional Trauma: Some individuals develop fibromyalgia after experiencing physical or emotional trauma, such as car accidents, surgeries, or traumatic events.
  • Stress: Stress can exacerbate fibromyalgia symptoms and may also play a role in its development.
  • Sedentary Lifestyle: Lack of exercise or obesity can contribute to the onset or worsening of fibromyalgia symptoms.
  • Other Health Conditions: Fibromyalgia may be more likely to develop in individuals with other health conditions, such as autoimmune disorders.
  • Genetics: The familial occurrence of fibromyalgia suggests a genetic component to the condition.
  • Infectious Trigger: Some research indicates that prior trauma or infection may be associated with fibromyalgia.

While the exact interplay of these factors remains complex, understanding these potential causes and risk factors is crucial for the early detection, diagnosis, and management of fibromyalgia. Further research is needed to unravel the intricate nature of this condition and explore potential connections with other health conditions.

What are the first signs that I have fibromyalgia knee pain?2023-09-11T11:49:49+00:00

Early signs of fibromyalgia can manifest differently for each individual, and the symptoms may appear and disappear without a predictable pattern. The fluctuating nature of fibromyalgia can make it challenging to pinpoint the exact onset of the condition. Some common early signs of fibromyalgia, with a particular emphasis on knee pain, include:

  • Fatigue: Feeling persistently tired and lacking energy is a common early sign of fibromyalgia. This fatigue can be debilitating and impact daily activities, including mobility and knee function.
  • Achiness/Stiffness: Experiencing generalized body aches and stiffness may indicate the early stages of fibromyalgia. In particular, stiffness in the knee joints can affect movement and flexibility.
  • Headaches: Frequent headaches can be an early indicator of fibromyalgia. While the headaches may not directly involve the knee, they can contribute to overall discomfort and affect one’s ability to cope with knee pain.
  • Widespread Pain: Early signs of fibromyalgia often include widespread pain affecting various body parts, including the knees. This pain can be described as a deep ache or burning sensation in the knee joints.
  • Tender Points: One hallmark of fibromyalgia is the presence of tender points on the body, particularly pressure-sensitive. For some individuals, these tender points may be around the knee area, contributing to pain and discomfort.
  • Sleeping Problems: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep is another early sign of fibromyalgia. Sleep disturbances can worsen knee pain and impact the body’s ability to recover and heal during rest.
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