Fibromyalgia: The latest science and strategies

Course Overview

This Patient Link presentation is intended to share information and resources especially for people living with Fibromyalgia and those supporting them. This presentation is based on current medical and occupational science.

The presentation will review:

  • An overview of Fibromyalgia:
    • What is it?
    • How does it develop?
    • Pain explained.
  • Strategies to manage the condition in the context of daily life.
  • How family and friends can support someone living with Fibromyalgia.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Fibromyalgia.



The OT Link is delighted to bring you a Patient Link presentation by Helen Roome.

Helen Roome [BSc (OT); PG Dip Interdisciplinary Pain Management; Dip. Practical Labour Law; MA Theology] is a passionate, creative Occupational Therapist with over 20 years clinical experience in adult physical and psychiatric rehabilitation. She completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Pain Management in 2019 with distinction. She now works with adults with chronic pain, stress and fatigue – offering them a compassionate and practical approach to managing their daily challenges. She brings a wealth of clinical experience and the latest evidence to support best practice in managing Fibromyalgia.


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