The Fibromyalgia Podcast® is designed to encourage hope and educate you on ways you can improve your fibromyalgia symptoms. It is unique because the focus isn’t just on helping you feel less alone or learning how to live with your fibromyalgia diagnosis.

The primary focus of this podcast is helping you to feel better.

After all, that’s what we all want as fibromyalgia patients — to feel better!

In this podcast, your host, Tami Stackelhouse, will interview top doctors, researchers, experts, coaches, and patient advocates in the fibromyalgia community on the latest science and most effective treatment options. 

Every ten episodes, Tami will do a special Ask the Coach episode where she will answer questions sent in by you, the listeners.

In addition, Tami will share “before and after” stories, to encourage you in your journey, and will coach you the same way she has coached her clients over the last decade.

If you are tired of being held prisoner in your own body, and are ready to take back control of your life and health, tune in to the Fibromyalgia Podcast®!

Episodes are released bi-weekly on Tuesdays. Subscribe to have episodes sent to you automatically when they are released.

Tami Stackelhouse

your COACH
Tami Stackelhouse

Tami Stackelhouse has been coaching fibromyalgia patients for more than a decade. She is the creator of the Fibromyalgia Podcast® and founder of the International Fibromyalgia Coaching Institute, LLC, the first coaching institute in the world dedicated solely to helping those with fibromyalgia through their Certified Fibromyalgia Coach® and Certified Fibromyalgia Advisor® training programs.

Fibromyalgia patients all over the world have taken back control of their lives and health thanks to Tami’s wealth of information, compassion, gentle support, and fun coaching style.

Diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2007, Tami’s illness became so severe that she filed for Social Security Disability in 2008. By the time her disability case made its way to a judge in early 2010, her health had improved so much that she no longer qualified. Today, Tami is thriving and her fibromyalgia is in remission. You can learn more about Tami’s journey with fibromyalgia in episode 3, and throughout the entire podcast.

Tami is the executive producer of the fibromyalgia documentary, Invisible (2022) and the award-winning author of The Fibromyalgia Coach: Feel Better, Change Lives, and Find Your Best Job Ever (Morgan James Publishing, 2018) and Take Back Your Life: Find Hope and Freedom from Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Pain (Difference Press, 2015, 2nd edition 2022). She has served as a panelist, instructor, presenter, and writer for organizations such as the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association, Oregon Health & Sciences University, The Frida Center for Fibromyalgia, and Oregon Fibromyalgia Information Foundation. She is a Certified Health Coach, a graduate of the Leaders Against Pain Scholarship Training sponsored by the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association, and a member of the Leaders Against Pain Action Network.

In 2017, Tami formed the Sherri Little Foundation, a non-profit organization providing micro-grants to chronic pain patients. She was also co-founder of the Fibromyalgia-ME/CFS Support Center, Inc., a nonprofit support community, and served as their Vice President from 2011 to 2015.

Tami is also the Executive Producer of the fibromyalgia documentary, Invisible (2022). Invisible is the first comprehensive feature documentary that tells the often ignored stories of people living with a devastating syndrome that many still believe doesn’t exist. The film also exposes the fight with insurance and drug companies for proper treatment and how access to holistic health and education is determined by class and money. Invisible is available for streaming on several platforms.

Tami lives in the suburbs of Seattle with her husband, Scott, and their cats, Finn and Maisey. When it’s raining, she’ll be cuddled up with Finn on her shoulder, reading a murder mystery, and enjoying a cup of jasmine pearl tea. On sunny days, you’ll find her enjoying her deck overlooking Mt. Rainier.