Alternative Therapies for Fibromyalgia Pain: Finding Relief through Holistic Healing

Living with Fibromyalgia is no easy feat. The condition can take a significant toll on your physical, emotional, and mental well-being, with chronic pain being one of the most challenging symptoms to manage. Whether you are dealing with constant muscle aches or severe headaches, the pain can interfere with your daily life, making it difficult to perform even the most basic tasks.

The good news is that you don’t have to suffer alone, and there are ways to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. In this blog, we will introduce various natural treatments for Fibromyalgia and focus on the role of Microcurrent Therapy in eliminating Fibromyalgia symptoms.

Natural Remedies for Fibromyalgia

Unfortunately, diagnosing Fibromyalgia can also be a challenge, as the symptoms can be similar to other common autoimmune disorders such as arthritis and lupus, making it difficult for doctors to provide accurate diagnoses. This is why natural remedies for Fibromyalgia are becoming more popular, especially alternative therapies for Fibromyalgia pain that can help manage the pain and improve quality of life.

There are seemingly countless natural remedies that have shown potential to help manage Fibromyalgia pain. These include stress reduction, gentle exercise, microcurrent therapy, and quality sleep, all pillars of The Hache Protocol For Pain Resolution.

Let’s dig a little deeper into some of my favorite alternative therapies for Fibromyalgia pain!

One of our most popular episodes on The Pain Free For Life Podcast has been on natural fibromyalgia relief. Click here to listen to Fibromyalgia: There is Hope!

Biofeedback Therapy

  • Biofeedback therapy can help you become more aware of pain triggers and ways to control them by using equipment to monitor brain activity in response to specific events and situations.
  • Although the effectiveness of biofeedback therapy for fibromyalgia management is not yet confirmed, many of our patients report it as incredibly helpful.

Learn more about the benefits of biofeedback and neurofeedback in our blog post.

Massage Therapy

Nothing is better than a great massage. But did you know massage can actually help those with fibro feel better? 

  • Massage therapy involves gentle manipulation of the body to relieve pain, promote relaxation, and increase the range of motion.
  • A systematic review in 2014 found that five weeks of massage therapy contributed to significant improvements in anxiety, depression, and pain in people with fibromyalgia.

For Pain Free For Life Week, we interviewed one of our favorite practitioners, Registered Massage Therapist Mike Taddeo, about how he elevated his practice with our Avazzia Life Devices and training programs. 

Watch the interview:

Gentle Exercise

  • Gentle exercise can help improve muscle strength, range of motion, and flexibility in people with fibromyalgia.
  • Regular aerobic exercises such as walking, swimming, or cycling are likely to reduce pain, improve lifestyle, and facilitate better physical function in people with fibromyalgia.
  • Light strength training and stretching can also help improve muscle strength, range of motion, and flexibility.

We get it; exercising in chronic pain is a tall order. But please, take 30 seconds to listen to my message about why getting active is essential for managing your chronic pain:

Learn how to get started with a gentle exercise routine for fibromyalgia here.

Stress Reduction

“Stress is the trash of modern life – we all generate it, but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life.”
– Danzae Pace

Did you know that psychological distress is linked to fibromyalgia, and people who experience high-stress levels may be more likely to develop symptoms associated with this condition?

  • Yoga and other gentle exercises, stretching, forest bathing, grounding with microcurrent therapy, journaling, and keeping in touch with loved ones effectively reduce stress and ease fibromyalgia pain.
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) can help manage stress through exercises like writing down worries and helps treat mild to moderate anxiety and depression in people with fibromyalgia.

Stress Reduction Resources

Microcurrent Therapy for Fibromyalgia Pain

Our favorite alternative treatment for Fibromyalgia pain is Microcurrent Therapy, which harnesses the power of electricity to initiate the healing process. Microcurrent cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) uses electrical currents to alter brain function, and our Avazzia Life Microcurrent Devices are specially designed to deliver this treatment.

Research has shown that Microcurrent CES can help manage Fibromyalgia symptoms effectively. In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology in 2001, Fibromyalgia patients who underwent daily CES treatments for three weeks reported a 28% improvement in self-reported tender point scores, a 27% improvement in general pain levels, and a drop in poor sleep from 60% to 5%.

Microcurrent CES is a non-invasive, medication-free treatment option that shows promise in treating various conditions, including chronic pain, inflammation, and nerve damage. It is particularly appealing to those looking for an alternative to traditional medicine.

Learn more about microcurrent and how it can help you in our report, “What Is Microcurrent?”


See what our patient, Tammy, had to say about using microcurrent therapy for her fibromyalgia pain:

Free Fibro Summit!

Are you or someone you know struggling with Fibromyalgia? Do you want to learn more about managing and treating this chronic disorder? If so, the Freedom from Fibromyalgia Summit 2023 is the event for you!

Taking place online from May 23rd to May 30th, this summit brings together over 40 of the world’s leading doctors (including me, Dr. Robert Vanbergen!). We’re talking to functional medicine experts, chronic disease experts, scientists, and more to discuss the latest research, treatments, and strategies for reversing the symptoms of Fibromyalgia and improving overall health. Hosted by my esteemed partner and colleague, Dr. Rodger Murphree, this conference offers a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field about how to take control of Fibromyalgia and improve your quality of life.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field and improve your overall health and well-being.



Sources cited:

The role of life stress in fibromyalgia – PubMed (

The treatment of fibromyalgia with cranial electrotherapy stimulation – PubMed (