SUE INGEBRETSON ~ Author of FibroWHYalgia

SUE INGEBRETSON ~ Author of FibroWHYalgia


Sue Ingebretson has been studying health issues, and fibromyalgia in particular, for fourteen years. Committed to helping others afflicted with chronic illness, she serves as the director of program development for the Fibromyalgia Research and Education Center at California State University, Fullerton. She has collaborated in an assortment of community education projects with local support groups and the National Fibromyalgia Association (NFA) to promote education and understanding of chronic illness.

She has written articles for the NFA’s online and print magazine, Fibromyalgia AWARE, which offers advice, research news, treatment options, and lifestyle tips for fibromyalgia patients. She lives in Anaheim, California, with her husband and her 9 ½ pound Sheltie, Foxy. Sue is available for speaking engagements.
Susan Ingebretson is a writer, speaker and the director of program development for the Fibromyalgia Research and Education Center at California State University, Fullerton. Her book, FibroWHYalgia, details her own journey from illness to wellness. Ingebretson’s writing has appeared in the National Fibromyalgia Association (NFA) online and print magazine, FibromyalgiaAware. Susan is also featured in the NFA’s Public Service Announcement, The Science Behind Fibromyalgia.

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2 Replies to “SUE INGEBRETSON ~ Author of FibroWHYalgia”

  1. I have the same issues everytime I go to the dr, all I seem to leave with is more drugs. NO ANSWERS!!!! I am trying to manage several of the symptoms on the minute quiz test. It opened my eyes to want to learn more could you please send me more info. I look forward to hearing from you, thanks KaLeanna

    1. Thanks for the question, KaLeanna — I’m happy to answer questions about fibromyalgia in general, or about my book. You mention a “minute quiz test.” What test are you referring to? There are a lot of ways that symptoms of fibromyalgia can be addressed. Have you read my blog posts on http://www.RebuildingWellness.com or looked at my facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/FibroWHYalgia. That’s two ways to get started. I look forward to connecting with you.

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