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In this episode of The Dr. Hedberg Show, I interview Dr. David Brady about how to overcome Fibromyalgia and his new book The Fibro Fix.Â We talked about the history of Fibromyalgia diagnosis, the causes of Fibromyalgia, the difference between "Classic"Â Fibromyalgia and "Pseudo" Fibromyalgia, treatment strategies, supplements for Fibromyalgia, and much more.Â If you have Fibromyalgia or know someone who does, this is one interview you definitely don't want to miss. Dr. Hedberg: Well, welcome, everyone, to "The Dr. Hedberg Show." This is Dr. Hedberg, and I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. We have Dr. David Brady on. And if you look at the history of "The Dr. Hedberg Show," we've actually never had a repeat guest. And so, Dr. Brady is gonna be the first repeat guest. Our last podcast discussed the GI map stool test from Diagnostic Solutions. So, I urge you to check that out. So, for those of you who don't know Dr. Brady, he really is the foremost authority on properly diagnosing and treating Fibromyalgia, which is what we'll be talking about today. He's been featured in top media outlets like "Elle" and "NPR." And he's also published in leading peer-reviewed medical journals including "Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Disease and Integrative Medicine," a clinician's journal. He's published chapters on Fibromyalgia in definitive medical textbooks, including "Advancing Medicine with Food and Nutrients" and "Integrative Gastroenterology." He has presented at prestigious medical conferences, including the Annual Symposium of Functional Medicine and the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. He is in private practice at the Whole Body Medicine in Fairfield, Connecticut. And Dr. Brady is also the Director of the Human Nutrition Institute at the University of Bridgeport, as well as the Chief Medical Officer of Designs for Health and Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory. So, Dr. Brady witnessed his own mother suffer through the ringer of the medical system. So, Dr. Brady is uniquely passionate not only as a doctor, but also as a patient advocate. So, his website, more specifically for his book, we'll be talking about today is fibrofix.com and then his practice website is drdavidbrady.com. So, Dr. Brady, welcome to the show. David: Dr. Hedberg, thanks for having me back. I didn't realize I would be the first repeat guest, so that's quite an honor, and thank you. Dr. Hedberg: Yeah. So, I'm looking forward to this. Let's really dig into Fibromyalgia. And so, you know, you witnessed your mother going through the medical system and then you became very interested in Fibromyalgia. Is there any particular event that really got you interested in this condition? David: Well, I got an interest in sort of integrative medicine, as we would call it today, or like just routes of care and ways of looking at healthcare conditions, particularly complex chronic conditions that were not the, you know, real standard orthodox way of doing things or standard of care probably because of that experience with my mom growing up. I mean, my mother battled breast cancer most of my childhood, and double mastectomy, got radiation and chemo, and all that stuff back in the '70s when it was even more brutal than it is now. And she found some of her best outcomes and best quality of life, unfortunately it was toward the end, with some providers who were doing more sort of integrative complementary medicine type of stuff. So, it really opened my eyes to that. And even though I originally went and became an engineer and worked in aerospace and stuff, I always had a sort of a desire to come back to dealing with the human condition, and I had originally thought I would use my sort of engineering background, and biomechanics, and things like that, and to go into research, you know, in biomedical research. I had the engineering background, I was looking for ways to get the medical, clinical background.
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