The Committee & volunteers of FMSNI would like to take this opportunity to wish all our visitors a peaceful & happy Christmas with a better year ahead for all those with fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain illness characterised by widespread aches, pain and stiffness, soft tissue tenderness, general fatigue and sleep disturbances. Fibromyalgia patients experience a range of symptoms of varying intensities that wax and wane over time. Within Northern Ireland, it is estimated up to 3% of the population potentially suffer from the condition.
Fibromyalgia Support N. Ireland (FMSNI) is a non-profit making organisation dedicated to providing help and support to Fibromyalgia sufferers and those who care for them. Our mission is to provide an organisation where those with FM can find understanding, knowledge, support and practical help in fighting the disease.
Our aims are to:
Support those with FM, their carers, family and friends
To provide up to date information on the condition, research protocols and other relevant material
To inform all relevant parties of the difficulties and issues faced by those with FM.
FMSNI hope you will find this site useful and informative. We constantly endeavour update our information as frequently as possible. Please take some time to browse and download anything of interest and if possible provide feedback based on what you have found. Up-to-date announcements are also made in the ‘News Box’ to the right of this page.
NB: You do not need to register or log in to use this site - you're only required to do that if you wish to make purchases from the Store, and the Registration/Login form will now only show on that page.
The Vine Centre
193 Crumlin Road
Office (Vine Centre)
(only for membership enquiries or purchase orders)
028 9035 5655
10.30 - 4.00 Mon-Fri
5.00-7.00 Tues (Guys only!)
(National rates apply)
FibroText - for urgent enquiries when out and about ONLY:
Text only - (no abbreviations please) to
0754 983 8800
Registered as a charity with the Inland Revenue: XR 28335
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