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"Wednesday Wisdom" with Physios for ME

Back in July we led a session at the End PJ Paralysis Global Summit to raise awareness of post viral fatigue syndrome and ME in post-Covid patients and explain why typical “deconditioning” approaches would not be suitable. This 20 minute presentation is now available to watch here. To access you will need to sign up for free.


To follow-up this, on Wednesday 12th August 2020 our wonderful Nicola Clague-Baker led an evening session of "Wednesday Wisdom" also run by the End PJ Paralysis team. She discussed the formation of Physios for ME, information about ME, post viral fatigue syndrome, Covid rehab and management strategies.


Following her talk, the rest of Physios for ME joined her for a Q&A session with the attendees, which ended up covering all manner of topics! You can now watch the recording here. Once again, you'll need to sign up for free to gain access.


We'd like to thank the team at End PJ Paralysis and "The Movement Movement" for inviting us to join them, and everyone who attended the evening.


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