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Welcome to FibroIreland

FibroIreland has been created for people affected by fibromyalgia. It provides general information to help you understand how fibromyalgia affects you and what you can do to manage it. It also tells you where to find further information. For information on support groups please go to the support page or click here.

We aim to :

• Listen with empathy to your experience of FM

• Make FM better understood

• Provide up-to-date information on FM

• Support those caring for people with FM

 

 

Autogenic Training with Dr. Shelagh Wright

Autogenic Training is a highly effective relaxation technique for people who want to improve skills in stress and/or pain management.

For more info on it see autogenictrainingireland.ie

There are 2 Autogenic Training courses starting in the Autumn
We are seeing great results in reduction in pain and stress from our members who have done the course. Dr Shelagh Wright is excellent at what she does and passionate about helping people

Group Autogenic Training Programme at Toned Fit Gym in Howth at 3.45pm — 5.45pm
To book contact Dr. Shelagh Wright on (01) 832 3812 wright.shelagh@gmail.com


The course costs €320 which can be paid in 3 instalments.
This is paid directly to Dr. Shelagh.


Saturday 15th September Is the pre-assessment
After you do the pre-assessment you must get a letter from your GP stating that you are ok to do the course. DO NOT GO TO GP BEFORE PREASSESSMENT.

Saturday 29th September week 1
Saturday 6th October Week 2
Saturday 13th October Week 3
Saturday 27th October Week 4
Saturday 3rd November Week 5
Saturday 10th November Week 6
Saturday 17th November Week 7
Saturday 24th November Week 8
Saturday 1st December Week 9
Saturday 12th January Follow-up session

 

** CPI Autogenic training course **
You have to be a member of CPI to do this course. Please contact CPI if you wish to do this one. Its part of a research project so the cost is subsidised.


This course will run for 10 consecutive Wednesday's commencing September 12th from 10:00-1:00 p.m. in the Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick Street in Dublin 7. Note: an initial assessment session with Shelagh is required and if accepted to the programme, participants will need written permission from their GP or Physician to take part. Payment of €55.00 is required to cover meeting room costs and is payable to Chronic Pain Ireland after acceptance and prior to commencement date.
This course is being offered to CPI current members only on a first come first served basis. Please contact Christina via info@chronicpain.ie on or before August 31st. At that point, further information/assessment details will be sent to you.

 

IMET meetings 2018

The meetings are scheduled for the last Saturday of each month (2.30pm-4.30pm), with the exception of March (24th March) and December (15th December). All are welcome to attend on a regular basis or if you happen to be in town for the day. Further information from Irish ME Trust at 1890-200-912
email info@imet.ie

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE
The group will be meeting in the Teachers Club (Club Na Múinteoirí) – 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1 (across from the entrance to the Rotunda Hospital).

Dates:
Saturday 25th August 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 29th September 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 27th October 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 24th November 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 15th December 2.30pm-4.30pm

 

 


Anything appearing on the website should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation unless specifically so stated. While FibroIreland takes every care to ensure that the content of this site is accurate, we cannot be responsible for any inaccurate or misleading information provided in articles or other items created by third parties.articles or other items created by third parties. Please note that all data on this website is for information purposes only.

The information provided on this website does not seek to replace the advice of trained medical practitioners and therefore is not intended to be a substitute for professional doctor/patient face to face diagnosis or medical advice. In no way are any of the suggestions presented within this site meant to be a substitute for professional care or attention by a qualified medical practitioner, nor should they be construed as such. You should not disregard your own professional medical adviser's opinion, or delay in seeking such an opinion, because of something you read or anticipate reading in this website. FibroIreland is not responsible for any injury, loss, damage or expense incurred by any individual as a result either directly or indirectly of any information published on this website.

FibroIreland is part of Donegal Fibromyalgia Support Group Charity no. 20105358


 

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Support Group in Clongriffin Dublin

The Clongriffin group are currently running a leap course which is booked out. Support group will resume end of september.

This group meets once a month on Thursday evening at 7pm.

For further info please contact Rachel at northside@fibroireland.com or TEXT ONLY
(087) 997 6252
(between TUES-THURS 4.30am-7pm ONLY). Please ensure to give your full name and contact details.

You can find us on facebook at NorthsideFibroDublin

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