“Perhaps the most sensible book on fibromyalgia ever written.” 

Frederick Wolfe, M.D.
Master, American College of Rheumatology
Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Family and Community Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine
Lead author of The American College of Rheumatology 1990 Criteria for the Classification of Fibromyalgia.

“Dr. Sarkozi turns the tables on traditional thinking about fibromyalgia in this very unique treatise on the subject. His extensive clinical experience with fibromyalgia patients, combined with his meticulous approach to history taking and physical exam, provide him with insights into the management of chronic diffuse pain that are not typically considered by most clinicians. Patients and healthcare providers alike will find his insights stimulating, refreshing, and thought provoking.”

Randy Lehmer, M.D.
Fellow, American College of Rheumatology
Community Rheumatologist, Anaheim, California

“I think this book is an eye opener to see the broader picture of what chronic pain is about. It provides tools for physicians and, more compelling for me, a guide for patients through different therapeutic approaches and goals that I could relate to as a patient myself. Each chapter is a story telling on the brink of multiple therapeutic spectrums that go far and beyond current textbooks. It is truly a wake-up call for physicians and patients alike on cutting edge information about the condition.”

Ivette Stickelmaier, M.D.
Community Rheumatologist, Lakewood, California

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