Reviving the Broken Marionette: Treatments for CFS/ME and Fibromyalgia

Reviving the Broken Marionette book cover

"Haavisto has provided a comprehensive and well researched tool to help patients, physicians and other health care practitioners understand more about CFS/ME and how to treat it effectively. It is a must read for health care providers."

--Kathy Quan, RN BSN PHN, author of "The Everything New Nurse Book" and "The Everything Guide to Careers in Health Care"

How to get better? Maija Haavisto's unique CFS/ME/FM treatment book will answer that question. The most comprehensive guide published on the subject, it features over 250 medications (with over 1,000 references) that can be used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis, fibromyalgia and related conditions, such as Gulf War syndrome (GWS), NMH, POTS and other dysautonomias, multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), myofascial pain syndrome (MPS), restless legs syndrome (RLS), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), headaches and chronic pain in general. It will help both you and your doctor to understand your illness better and to make more informed treatment choices.

For more information (including ordering information) see the Book section. If you have any questions, see if they have already been answered in the FAQ. Journalists should visit the Press section.

No matter how sick you are, you can get better. It is all about being informed. Get the ball rolling now! You can buy the book from e.g. Amazon.


23rd April 2012

Some new Updates to the book and Reviews have been added.

4th December 2011

The traditional holiday contest is here again, open until the 22nd of December. This year, besides electronic copies of the book, you can also win a print copy!

30th October 2011

Reviving the Broken Marionette author Maija Haavisto had her debut novel published in Finland. Marian ilmestyskirja is a story of otherness, disability and chronic illness. There is an info page about the book in English, as well. Her new medical textbook will be out in November, sadly only in Finnish as well. It is about controversial or otherwise poorly known chronic conditions from mold illnesses to gluten sensitivity. Any information about locating international publishers for these books is greatly appreciated!

There are also some new updates to the book.

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