Fibromyalgia Treatment


According to the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association, around 10 million Americans are living with fibromyalgia.

If that includes you or a loved one, the services of Sachida Manocha, MD, of Interventional Pain Center in Worthington and Newark, Ohio, can help you find lasting pain relief.

If you’re curious about the latest fibromyalgia treatments, schedule an appointment today. You can set up a visit using the easy online scheduling tool, or by calling the office nearest you.

What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that affects men, women, and children. Even though it’s incredibly common, it remains among the most misdiagnosed and misunderstood medical conditions.

There is no cure for fibromyalgia, but a skilled pain management specialist like Dr. Manocha can deliver treatment to manage pain and improve daily function. With proper treatment, you can live an active, healthy, and fulfilling life, even with fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia Symptoms

What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia?


Widespread Joint / Muscle Pain


Low Pain Threshold

Burning Sensations, Twitching, or Tightness in Muscles

Difficulty Concentrating / Remembering

Feeling Worried, Depressed, and Nervous

Belly Pain / Bloating


Increased Urination

Numbness / Tingling in the Extremities


Insomnia / Sleep Disruptions

Fibromyalgia Treatment Options

What can be done to treat fibromyalgia?

Dr. Manocha has a great deal of experience treating fibromyalgia, and he understands that each patient has a distinct set of needs. He works with you to devise a treatment plan that fits your lifestyle, and he incorporates elements of various treatment paths to help you find relief.


Medications may play a role in your treatment plan, and they can help address pain, sleep disruptions, muscle tension, and mood. Prescription medications, however, carry a risk of side effects, so every effort is made to find a non-pharmaceutical solution.

Targeted Exercise

Targeted exercise is a powerful treatment for fibromyalgia. Dr. Manocha works with you to create an activity plan that fits your health and any physical limitations, and adjusts your plan as you progress. Stretching, walking, swimming, yoga, tai chi, and gentle strength training are all good options.


The Multiwave Locked System® (MLS) laser therapy offers a noninvasive treatment option. Sometimes called cold laser therapy, the platform creates heat deep within your tissue layers, leaving your outer skin comfortably cool. The therapy increases circulation and stimulates cell repair and tissue growth.

Alternative Therapies

Alternative therapies can also help relieve fibromyalgia symptoms. Some men and women find relief through acupuncture, massage, and spinal manipulation. Dr. Manocha is a firm believer in using an integrative approach to treating pain, and he’s more than willing to assist you in exploring alternative therapies.

Ready to Improve Your Quality of Life?

To learn more about fibromyalgia treatment at Interventional Pain Center, and find your own customized treatment plan, book a visit with Dr. Manocha online or by phone.

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