There are no magic silver bullet treatments and no total agreement about how to treat pains and disabilities. Test the ones that help you most in maintaining your fitness, sanity and well-being. If you were very athletic prior to the floxing, your drama will probably multiply, because all your physical activities will come to an abrupt end for many years. Probably some of the following will help:
MECHANICAL: ultrasound; massage, especially deep massage and with the aid of steel tools by a specialized practitioner; stretching. They help with the regeneration, realignment of scar tissue and removal of by-products of the reactions. Releasing of the trigger points (entrapment of nerves in muscle bundles) that neurological deficits cause also can bring some temporary relief. Aggressive stretching of limbs affected with neuritis exacerbates neurological pains, and for some 18 hours or so, throbbing stabbing pains can be felt.
SUPPORTIVE: acupuncture; relaxation, meditation, occasional dry saunas, homeopathy, mesotherapy, gentle yoga. Hyperbaric oxygen can be of help for the first stages of acute musculoskeletal collapses, when people become bedridden.
EXERCISE: Especially controversial. For some it is positive only after you feel you are getting out of the acute phase: biking and swimming are preferred. Strengthening, especially isometric exercises, and several sports and exercises, should be introduced progressively. Somehow there is scattered evidence that excessive exercise can induce new relapses, which needs future clarification.