Warm-Up Exercise for Fibromyalgia


In this The Frida Center for Fibromyalgia video shared in July 2015, Dr. Ginevra Liptan takes us through a warm-up exercise designed for people who are suffering from fibromyalgia. In addition to being the director of the Frida Center for Fibromyalgia, Dr. Liptan also suffers from the condition.

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Exercise is extremely important for people with fibromyalgia as it helps with overall health and pain management. However, as with all types of exercise, it’s important to properly warm up the body first. Dr. Liptan demonstrates a warm-up routine that aims to help people with fibromyalgia, ensuring their body is fully prepared for exercise and to decrease the risk of injury.

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One comment

  1. Because of central sensitization which is accelerated as I age even the slightest exercise sends me into a flare up! This has been made even worse after hip replacement 6 months ago.
    Your video is very comforting. I do a couple of these stretches watching you while seated. Your voice is calming. I wish I could do these exercises!
    Barbara Keddy Ph.D.

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