PWR Therapeutic Process for Fibromyalgia Patients
May 02, 2012 06:07PM
PWR Therapeutic Process
At the age of 17, Pamela Wexler-Rubin was told that she had Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Then in the late ‘80s, she followed up with Dr. Rozboril, Chairman of Rheumatology at Alachua General in Gainesville. There was no evidence of arthritis at all. Instead she was diagnosed as having classic fibromyalgia.
Wexler-Rubin began investigating fibromyalgia, a supposedly disabling lifetime condition. Now, she is telling people that it doesn’t have to be anything of the sort. After a number of life changes, she can say that she does not think of herself as a person with fibromyalgia anymore. In fact she finds it totally annoying to see the ads on the television for dangerous medications.
Wexler-Rubin is forming small group classes to help assist people with their own recovery. She will share her holistic healing strategies in two-hour workshop sessions. Call 941-822-4884 for information on cost and to register.