Kitchener-Waterloo Fibromyalgia Support Group
27 Years!
Notes from Sarah Millar ND
Disclaimer

The aim of the Kitchener-Waterloo Fibromyalgia Support Group, is to provide meetings that include coping strategies, support, FUN, emotional growth, and learning from one another and guest speakers.

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Our annual fundraiser in co-operation with Reid's Chocolates of Cambridge is on now,
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Shega Youngson, Community Engagement Manager at Tweed

Information and Discussion about Cannabis

Legislation, as a medicine, therapeutic effects, modes of administration, safety

This is also a time to meet with others who have Fibromyalgia or support someone afflicted with it.

Friends, Family, and support persons, all are welcome!

 

Tues. Nov. 21, from 7 to 9 PM
Highland Road Baptist Church,
135 Highland Rd. W, Kitchener




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The sixth workshop of the Waterloo Region Chronic Pain Initiative is on Thursday October 26, 2017 from 7:00 ‐ 9:00 pm

This is a free event that is open to the general public. Please click here to register with Eventbrite to reserve your spot at no charge. You can also contact Cara Kelterborn at (226) 339-8201.

Speakers:

         Patty Vamvakitis KehagiasHonBScTox, BScPhm, Pharmacist.
Chronic Pain Management: A Paradigm Shift in Light of the Opioid Crisis
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         Dr. Michelle SkopPhD, RSW, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, WLU.
Exploring the Health Care Experiences of People with Fibromyalgia: A Body Mapping Study.

Each presentation will be about 30 minutes, followed by a brief question period.

There will be a 10 minute break between each presentation.

Poster (pdf): Click here to view/download our poster.

Location:

School of Pharmacy, Room 1004 (main floor)
University of Waterloo
10A Victoria Street South
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1C5

Parking at the School of Pharmacy will be provided at no charge to participants.

Click here for parking directions (pdf)
NOTE that the intersection at King and Victoria streets is now open.

 

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Waterloo Region Chronic Pain Initiative