Email: [email protected] Due to the fact that we receive a lot of unsolicited emails, would you please ensure you use the word ‘fibromyalgia’ in the subject line of your email message.
Telephone: National Helpline 0844 887 2444 (10 am – 4 pm Mon – Fri)
Benefits Helpline 0844 887 2450 (10 am – 12 pm Mon, Wed, and Fri)
Address: Head Office, FMA UK, Studio 3007, MillEnd Mill, 12 Seedhill Road, Paisley PA1 1JS
On 1st July 2015 The trustees of FibroAction and FMA UK announced the merger of the two organisations in to a new entity, Fibromyalgia Action UK. It will combine both charities’ expertise, experience and resources to better serve people affected by fibromyalgia.
Both charities have the same mission and aims, both provide similar services benefiting the same group of people nationally and working as one organisation will enhance this work.All services will remain the same – there will be no change in any of them and all will continue as normal without any break or delay.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ella Vine
Fibromyalgia Syndrome (Fibro or FM) affects at least 1-in-50 people or around 2 million people in the UK alone. Despite this, awareness of Fibromyalgia particularly in the UK remains very low. Many people with Fibro struggle to get diagnosed and lack access to effective treatments, despite there being a huge amount of research on the condition.
Fibromyalgia UK is a UK charity (Charity number: 1042582) who are raising awareness & making up-to-date, reputable and evidence-based information about Fibro more readily accessible and this is at the heart of what it we do. FibroAction is one of the organisations that have the Information Standard Certificate to ensure that the information we produce is clear, accurate, balanced, evidence-based and up-to-date.
To find out more about Fibromyalgia UK please visit our website to browse a wealth of information or if you have any queries please email us [email protected]
Do you have Fibro & need support? Please feel free to join our Fibromyalgia UK community forum by using the link below;
Supporting Fibromyalgia UK helps us in the fight to beat Fibro