E -Book: How to prove FIBROMYALGIA disability
A practical guide to sufferers and their lawyers for collecting and presenting medical evidence to advance insurance and tort claims.
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- Why the term "Widespread Chronic Pain" should be used rather than FibroMyalgia Syndrome (FMS).
- Have physicians test for these 3 clinical abnormalities that are not part of the routine physical examination.
- Consider having the laboratory measure these chemical and blood cell changes that are characteristic of FMS.
- Present this evidence of electrical changes in muscles and brain.
- Demonstrate these abnormalities on diagnostic imaging of the brain.
- Have past medical records analysed for patterns characteristic of FMS.
- Request focused and directed psychiatric examination to rule out these psychological conditions.
- Why medical experts cannot measure disability [expanded details in e-book].
- Require the medical experts to apply these Evidence-Based criteria for prognosis.
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