Fibromyalgia pain is associated with specific widespread pain at so called 12 or 13 tender points. Fibromyalgia is characterized by pain in specific areas of your body when pressure is applied, including the back of your head, upper back and neck, upper chest, elbows, hips and knees. The pain generally persists for months at a time and is often accompanied by stiffness. I would try acumpacture, exercise, hyponotherapy, and homeopathy.
Thanks for your info. I'm leaning towards thinking that I suffer from arthritis, more than fibromyalgia...but, it's difficult to explain. I have bad bursitis in my right shoulder which causes terrible pain, every moment. But, I have all the other symptoms of fibromyalgia, except for the upper chest. I will be starting physical therapy next week to see if that will help....thanks for your comment!