We provide support and information for people affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) in the Canberra region.
ACT ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Society provides support services such as monthly support group meetings, a self help course and Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS). We provide information about ME/CFS and FMS to members, medical practitioners and the public. We also raise funds for research into ME/CFS and hold information sessions and events to raise awareness in the ACT region.
If you think you could benefit from any of our services please get in touch.
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COMPLEX CHRONIC ILLNESS: NEW APPROACHES TO
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME,
MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES
SATURDAY 13 JUNE 2015 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Dr Mark Donohoe
Dr. Mark Donohoe is one of Australia's most experienced medical practitioners in the fields of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and has a long history working in the field of Integrative Medicine. He continues to combine orthodox and complementary medicine in his General Practice in Cremorne where he treats patients with complex medical illnesses.
VENUE Pilgrim House Conference Centre
Corner of Rudd Street & Northbourne Avenue, Civic
PARKING Free underground car parking from Rudd Street
Entry from Pilgrim Plaza or underground car park
NO RSVP REQUIRED
The Support Group generally meets on the first Tuesday of the month at the Pearce Community Centre. Meetings are informative, interactive sessions usually led by a guest speaker. As well, there is always time for a friendly chat over a cup of tea or coffee.
Adults of any age with an interest in ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or fibromyalgia are welcome.
The benefits of massage and how it may help people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia
Guest presenter: Glenn Jones
Lecturer in Soft Tissue Therapy
Canberra Institute of Technology
Date: Tuesday 2 June 2015
Venue: Room 22 (large meeting room)
Pearce Community Centre
Support Group meetings are not held in December or January.
♦ Institute of Medicine (IOM)
Released February 2015
Beyond Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:
Redefining an Illness
♦ International Consensus Primer for Medical Practitioners (ICP)