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

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.

Next Meeting will be the 3rd Tuesday of the month,

Oct 16


Highland Baptist Church, 
135 Highland Rd W, Kitchener 
7 to 9 pm


Kitchener-Waterloo Fibromyalgia
 Support Group presents

Allie Ochs  
President of Swiss Bionic Solutions Canada & PEMF(pulsed electromagnetic field treatment) Global Health

Allie educates about electromagnetic fields that destroy human health and those that restore human health. As a longtime sufferer of severe chronic health issues, she discovered the power of PEMF(pulsed electromagnetic field treatment) technologies. By using this technology Allie was able to avoid invasive surgeries and unnecessary drug dependencies. The iMRS is the first ever whole body mat PEMF system to receive the Medical Class II device license from Health Canada



Should be an interesting night, hope you can come!


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


​  Please email [email protected]


Free Event


Many hands make light work.  The support group needs volunteers especially co-leaders, public relations, greeters.  Family or friends are encouraged to help if possible.





WRCPI Workshop: Youth in Chronic Pain & Physiotherapy Options for Chronic Pain Patients


Workshop Wed. Oct. 24

Our ninth workshop will be on Wednesday October 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the UW School of Pharmacy (King & Victoria streets).
SCENT FREE PLEASE - Please do not use scented products while attending this workshop, such as perfume, cologne and hair spray.
We have 2 speakers:
Lexie Zadorozniak will talk about her experience as a youth with chronic pain.
Lexie had a disc herniation a number of years ago and has been able to visit clinics in the USA because she was under 18.
Lexie will be an "adult patient" in the near future and a lot of the access to health care she had as a youth will no longer be available to her.
Come out and hear about Lexie's experience of navigating the health care system as she moves from being a "youth" to being an "adult".
Jennifer Stemmler is a Registered Physiotherapist and works with many patients who have persistent and complex pain.
Jennifer will describe and explain the numerous treatments that physiotherapy can offer people in chronic pain.
Jenn believes in treating the whole person to improve function and help each individual reach his or her specific goals through education and movement.
Please register on Eventbrite to reserve your spot at no charge:
Additional information can be found on our website:

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Waterloo Region Chronic Pain Initiative