Graded exercise therapy should no longer be offered for the treatment of ME/CFS, says NICE in its draft clinical guidelines.
Tag: Graded Exercise Therapy
The new NICE guideline has removed graded exercise as a recommended management option…
Ian Lazonby was a vet and a lawyer before glandular fever as an adult led to M.E. He talks about his experience with the condition, how he has recovered to an extent, and has accepted M.E.
The ME Association has given a cautious welcome to the BACME position statement, but still has a number of concerns and questions.
In an announcement that was delayed due to the pandemic, Scotland has now issued a cautionary notice on the use of GET in ME/CFS.
In this statement we explain why we have been working to help people with Post/Long Covid and how these syndromes overlap with ME/CFS.
NICE has confirmed that the Chronic Pain Guideline and recommendations do not apply to people with a diagnosis of ME/CFS.
The responses from Chris Whitty at the Department of Health and Social Care and Stephen Powis at NHS England to ME Association concerns, were very disappointing.
“The NHS is urging people to exercise at a time when many, just like people with post-viral ME, need to rest, recuperate and pace themselves,” Countess of Mar.
GET may not be suitable for treating post-covid syndrome according to NICE. This BMJ article explores the issue with comment from Prof. Paul Garner.
In response to a letter from Drs. Shepherd and Weir, NICE produced a statement about graded exercise therapy for Post-Covid management.
Published letters in response to the DecodeME research announcement and recent articles. With Jeremy Hunt and Carol Monaghan.
The project comprises a series of highly recommended films. The latest video is about Severe and Very Severe ME/CFS.