The Dos and Don’ts of Physical Therapy when You Have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – ProHealth

Like everyone else, there are times when someone with ME/CFS might need physical therapy (PT), for an injury, strain, or after surgery. The problem is that one of the primary characteristics of ME/CFS is an intolerance to exercise. So, how can you possibly manage physical therapy with chronic fatigue syndrome or myalgic encephalomyelitis? The downloadable document below is designed to give to your physical therapist so that you can safely recover from an injury and get the physical therapy you need, without making your underlying illness worse.

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