Pain Management and Fibromyalgia 101 Free Course

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Welcome to the Pain Management and Fibromyalgia 101 course. This is where you will learn some ways to help manage your pain.chronic pain management 101 

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This course might be freely available, but it won’t help if you don’t try the things. The worksheets provided alone are usually sold for $10 each. And I couldn’t even begin to estimate how much time it took me to research, try the things, write the content, create the videos and put this all together. So take notes and get ideas! 

Remember that I am sharing my research and my experience. This information is shared so that you have a starting point for your own research. Please discuss all treatment options with your medical team and look them up yourself. 

Connect with me and tell me what part helped you the most. Instagram. Free Facebook group.

An Introduction to Chronic Pain Management

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Download your free resource!

My Pain Relief Plan and Things I’d Like to Try

(remember this programme is useless if you don’t use the knowledge :D)

My favourite toolbox of natural pain relief (and sleep and stress support) 

The Foundations of Yoga for Chronic Pain and Fatigue – your complete guide to making yoga accessible for us and taking the side benefits it offers.


Make a Pain Management Plan

Let’s get practical on pain relief. Get our your Things I’d Like to Try sheet and be ready to add to it.

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Now that you’ve learnt about some options, and written up your pain management plan, it would be a good idea to ensure you have an optimal medication plan. Ask your pharmacist, pain specialist or doctor for how to take the medicine you’ve been prescribed optimally. Also, run your Pain Management Plan by them. 

I’ve been prescribed many pain medicines over the years, but never given a good plan for how to take them well. For example, my local pharmacist just helped me to make a plan for laying medication efficiently to help with my trigger point flare ups. Some medicines do work better by taking them regularly rather than as needed. 

Resources to support you

Fibromyalgia Won’t Win book

Get On Top Of Your Pain and Fatigue Journal

My Ultimate Wellness Planner Kit digital printable worksheet kit to help you make your own plans

The Foundations of Yoga for Chronic Pain and Fatigue (use the code FIBROAWARENESS for May 2023 in celebration of awareness month)

What Works for Me: The Key Things I Do To Keep My Symptoms Milder

Over 350 articles here on Melissa vs Fibromyalgia and over 200 videos on my YouTube channel.


Please do share this free course with anyone you think could benefit from it. 


Who am I? Why did I make this course? 

I’m Melissa and I’ve had chronic pain, chronic fatigue and insomnia since my late teens. I’ve been sharing my journey on this blog since 2013 because I want you to have the knowledge sooner than I got it. I’m a yoga and meditation teacher, author of three books including Fibromyalgia Won’t Win and a mama of four. Through my own research and trial and error, I’ve gone from moderate to mild on the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire Rating Scale (FIQR) by using everything I share on this blog. 

See Fibromyalgia 101: What it is, diagnosis and misdiagnosis and how to treat it here. 

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