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Recommended Reading / Viewing

Postby Mr.A » Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:25 pm



Standford University Presentation "An Update On Fibromyalgia" Sean Mackey, MD, PhD:

Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 1
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 2
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 3
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 4
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 5
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 6
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum - From Fatigued To Fantasic Part 7

Engaging with M.E. Part 01: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 02: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 03: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 04: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 05: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 06: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 07: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 08: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 09: Prof Malcolm Hooper
Engaging with M.E. Part 10: Prof Malcolm Hooper

Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 1
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 2
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 3
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 4
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 5
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 6
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 7
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 8
Dr. Murphree Talk - Part 9



Abnormal Pain Memory Helps To Explain Fibromyalgia -

Unrestoritive Sleep In Fibromyalgia -

Functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence of augmented pain processing in fibromyalgia. -

Fibromyalgia Can No Longer Be Called The 'Invisible' Syndrome -

Objective Testing for M.E. -

Useful Pubmed article describing overlooked physiological aspects of Fibromyalgia -
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Re: Recommended Reading / Viewing

Postby Mr.A » Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:26 pm

I want this topic to be a "Float to the top" type like the "One to show the non believer's". I think every newbie should watch/read these, in fact I recommend them to everyone. Should any of the links not work, please message me. Some of these links have already been mentioned here and there, some of them will be new to you, in any case it’s nice to have them all in one place for easy reference.
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Re: Recommended Reading / Viewing

Postby Gill Mc » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:44 am

Thank you so much Mr A for taking the time to post these links, just watched the first one, really interesting, and will work my way through the lot, link worked fine, many thanks again, Gill Mc
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Re: Recommended Reading / Viewing

Postby Brimstone » Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:19 am

Some interesting links there Mr.A especially the one on the MRI experiments. If you come across any research into the effect that induced ‘real’ pain has on fibro pain then I would be interested to see that.

I gather that minor knocks and bumps can be unreasonably painful but it would be useful to know what effect, if any, a genuine pain causing stimulus in the back of the hand say, would have on the perception of pain in an area further down the central nervous system, like the hip, or indeed further up. I have tried pain experiments on myself to help my understanding of the processes involved, with some success, but of course I can’t tell how fibro pain would be affected.
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