Not in recent years - diagnosed in 1997 after 12 yrs of not knowing what it was other than I KNEW it was not arthritis. I then insisted I saw a rheumatologist as there was not a lot of help at that time. Paced/graded excercises made things worse with a heartless physio who said she would get me moving again. They no longer do that thank goodness as it makes things worse. I did attend the Pain Clinic but that is limited on what can help and how often you can have treatment. Luckily more people are aware of FMS now.
Best advice is learn all about it, get to know your own body and how it works against you then manage it as best you can. Know your limitations and 'listen' to your body. . If you ever need a physio then use one that understands FMS as they know how not to trigger more pain. I used this clinic - https://www.roundwoodclinic.co.uk/physiotherapy/ and Claire but I am not sure she is still there. I also use a tens machine but do be aware not to place the pads on any trigger or tender points. Hot baths work best for me with a lightweight towel across my shoulders and someone pouring jugs of hot water over me.