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[Guild] Why Doesn't Anyone Believe I Have Fibromyalgia?

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One example of this to demonstrate the distinction Joint Pain Hack Review between medical and functional treatment of illnesses with the nervous system might be muscle spasms. As we previously discussed a drug can be given for example to relax a spastic bicep muscle. However built-into the circuits of the nervous system is a reflex sometimes called the agonist-antagonist reflex. In our example the biceps is looked upon as the agonist muscle. The antagonist muscle to the biceps is the Triceps muscle. 

So when the bicep muscle contracts or becomes spastic, it's agonist muscle the triceps, automatically relaxes. This particular muscle reflex is automatic and usually requires very little conscious thought or effort. The chiropractic neurologist will use this kind of reflex (as well as numerous other built-in reflexes) that can help his patient. 

Let's go back to our patient with spasm within his biceps muscle. As an alternative to providing a drug that serves as a muscle relaxant and lessens spasm within the biceps muscle, we could make use of the agonist-antagonist reflex to relax the spastic biceps. When the chiropractic or functional neurologist can activate this patient's triceps muscle, the spastic biceps will relax reflexively. Or stated more simply automatically. This is merely a straightforward example meant to demonstrate the similarities and distinctions between medical neurologist and functional or chiropractic neurologists.