Fibromyalgia is a condition affecting around 2% of the adult female population. It is characterised by generalised widespread pain with a spectrum of other symptoms including disturbed sleep and fatigue and is frequently associated with psychological comorbidity. Current guidelines for diagnosis reflect the spectrum of symptoms experienced by patients and this is reflected in treatment recommendations.
In this webinar best practice with regards to the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia is discussed with an emphasis on management in primary care. The most recent treatment recommendations are presented along with a discussion on recent moves away from an emphasis pharmacological therapy.