I am looking for people who have been able to return to work after having been disabled by fibromyalgia for at least 2 years. I am a guy who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in March 2000. Although I am in physiotherapy 3 times per week, I still have substantial pain. I believe fibromyalgia set in after a slip and fall accident in 1996 during which time I could not work out for 7 months. I had been accustomed to working out since I was 23.So for the first time in 10 years I could not work out. I had been involved in weightlifting and cardiovascular.I had to reduce my weights by about 65 percent but thank God I can st5ill work out. I cannot work out with running or the treadmill anymore and this was the love of my life. My ankle never healed. People tell me I "look great" and many of them don't believe I'm in pain 24/7. My goal is to return to work full time.I am currently on a gov't disability. I have pain predominantly in my neck,upper,mid and lumbar spine,hips,right ankle,wrist. I am on a machine called the Synaptic 2000. I want to hear from people who are positaive yet realistic who have found substantial improvement in their symptoms.