Fibromyalgia, formerly known as Fibrositis, is characterised by chronic, widespread aches and pains, stiffness and fatigue. In conjunction with this, people with Fibromyalgia also tend to suffer headaches, poor concentration, irritable bowel and a host of other common symptoms. In some cases Fibromyalgia can be a severe disabling illness, whilst at other times it can present in more milder forms. The important thing to realise is that something can be done. It is a potentially reversible syndrome. See one of our expert practitioners for a detailed personal plan of action to address your specific condition.