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Fibromyalgia - Central

Fibromyalgia is a combination of conditions characterized by wide-spread, chronic pain. Other symptoms may include sleep disturbances, intestinal disorders, stiffness, headaches, facial pain, irritable bladder, cold hands & feet, irritability, anxiety, depression, memory loss, and poor concentration. Fibromyalgia is a multi-factoral problem and no universal treatment guidelines apply to all cases. Therapy is aimed at relieving the symptoms associated with this musculoskeletal syndrome.

 
These services serve all or part of Central
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Association of Ontario  
170 Donway W, Suite 307, Toronto, ON  M3C 2G3
416‑222‑8820
North York General Hospital - General Site - Womens Mental Health Clinic  
4001 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON  M2K 1E1
416‑756‑6642
Toronto Fibromyalgia Support Group  
Loblaws at Bayview Village, 2877 Bayview Village, Meeting room, 2nd floor, Toronto, ON  M2K 2S3

These services are located outside of Central, but provide service to Central.
National ME/FM Action Network  
33 Banner Rd, Unit 512, Ottawa, ON  K2H 8V7
613‑829‑6667

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French Language Services
 
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