Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Treating pain and inflammation naturally -- The microbiome arrives to prime time in primary care, implications for the anti-dysbiotic treatment of fibromyalgia - [Part IX]
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Journal Nutr Perspect. 2015 Oct;38(4):42-43, 46-47
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Building upon previous reviews in this Journal, this new review discusses advances in our understanding of natural/nonpharmacologic treatments for disorders of pain and inflammation by extending the information detailed in Part 6, discussing the role of the microbiome and dysbiosis in musculoskeletal disorders of persistent pain and inflammation. Following the introduction, a survey of the history of and recent developments in the study of the microbiome and dysbiosis will be provided; thereafter, fibromyalgia w ill be used as an example of dysbiosis-induced disease, exemplifying dysbiotic mitochondriopathy along with microbe-induced microglial activation as the cause of central sensitization and pain amplification.

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