Disaboom Tackles Fibromyalgia with New Expanded Section
Released on: March 28, 2008, 12:23 pm
Press Release Author: Disaboom
Press Release Summary: Online Resource for People Touched by Disabilities Addresses Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis
Press Release Body: Denver, CO - March 28, 2008 -Disaboom, the leading online community designed for people touched by disabilities, today announced the expansion of its health conditions section to include more comprehensive coverage of fibromyalgia, a disability that affects 7 to 10 million Americans, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease. The newly expanded section offers detailed information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis for fibromyalgia.
"Little is known about what causes fibromyalgia, making it one of the most frustrating disorders," said Dr. Glen House, founder of Disaboom. "To help people live the best life they can with fibromyalgia, we have created a more comprehensive resource center and a community forum on the subject so people can offer each other advice and support."
Visitors to disaboom.com's fibromyalgia resource will find up-to-the minute medical research, information on the symptoms of fibromyalgia, treatments available and possible causes. In addition, visitors can get advice on medication, rehabilitation and commonly misdiagnosed conditions that resemble fibromyalgia. Disaboom also gives people the opportunity to chat and share information in online discussion forums.
Launched in 2007, Disaboom is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people touched by disabilities. To visit Disaboom's fibromyalgia resource section, visit disaboom.com, click on "Health", then go to the "Conditions" section and scroll down to "Fibromyalgia".
For more information on topics for people touched by disability or to join community blogs, log onto disaboom.com.
Disaboom, Inc. was founded to develop the first interactive online community dedicated to constantly improving the way people with disabilities or functional limitations live their lives. It will also serve as a comprehensive online resource not only for people living with such conditions, but also their immediate families and friends, caregivers, recreation and rehabilitation providers, and employers. There are more than 54 million American adults living with disabilities or functional limitations today in the United States alone. Founded and designed by doctors and fellow disaboomers to meet this community's specific needs, disaboom.com brings together content and tools ranging from specialized health information to social networking to daily living resources, in a single interactive site.
Web Site: http://www.disaboom.com/info/education/
Contact Details: Erik Keith Office: 303-433-7020 firstname.lastname@example.org