Fibromyalgia and the Foot

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Occasionally get tender trigger points; feet can be “painful all over” – non-specific pain; increased sensitivity to pain.
Raynauds’ phenomenon is more common in those with fibromyalgia.
Paresthesia’s can occur- usually tingling, pins and needles.

External Links:
Fibromyalgia and Heel Pain (Podiatry Arena discussion)
Poor Foot bio-mechanice and Fibromyalgia Syndrome (Podiatry Arena discussion)

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Fibromyalgia | East Meets West From The Bottom Up: When Podiatry and Fibromyalgia Collide

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