Barbara McLullich at Back Pain Blog UK

fibro blogger Barbara McLullich at Back Pain Blog UK

Barbara has been blogging about her chronic pain story since 2008 at Back Pain Blog UK

Barbara shares her journey as a long time back pain sufferer who has fibromyalgia. After four major surgeries she found that writing helped her through the worst days. On her blog she reviews therapies, products and drugs that may help other chronic pain sufferers.  She is also an author of a book on alternative therapies for pain and a freelance writer. 
As a young adult with a spinal problem that left me in chronic pain, I decided I would like to help others who have had similar problems and my Back Pain Blog was born. I hope that some of my posts will help and support others in chronic pain.
Barbara writes about a wide range of ways to help chronic pain from flower therapies, to shoes to medications.

Some of her posts include:
You can connect with Barbara McLullich at her blog, and on her facebook page. She would love you to visit and leave a comment.


Fibro Friday link up week 304

Are you looking for information about fibromyalgia from people who live with it? Real stories from real people? You have come to the right place.
Every week people with fibromyalgia share their latest posts here. I'm sure you will find something of interest in the list below and some great fibro friends to visit. Happy reading.
fibromyalgia information

Fibromyalgia Awareness in February 2020

The causes of fibromyalgia are unknown, but there are probably a number of factors involved. 

Many people associate the development of fibromyalgia with a physically or emotionally stressful or traumatic event, such as an automobile accident. Some connect it to repetitive injuries. Others link it to an illness.

People with rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, are particularly likely to develop fibromyalgia. For others, fibromyalgia seems to occur spontaneously.

Many researchers are examining other causes, including problems with how the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) processes pain.

Fibromyalgia Awareness