He has a theory of thyroid hypometabolism causing FM. The blood tests all come out fine because the thyroid is producing normal amounts of T3. The problem arises when the body is unable to properly metaboize it. So he treats with T3 supplementation, slowly raising the dose until positive effects are felt, mainly pain relief. Effective dosage range is usually 75-162.5 mcg. His idea is to treat the symptoms and not rely on bloodwork. So after supplementation your T3 may be way high, but that's only the blood level, not the level actually being used by the body. Other supplements would be necessary to counteract the adverse effects of the extra T3. I did a search here, and I didn't find much. I DID find a couple of people who said that they would be starting treatment, but they never posted again. Gee, were they cured? Dare I hope?