Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition with persistent and widespread musculoskeletal pain along with specific tender points. A variety of other symptoms, varying from person to person, include generalized stiffness, fatigue, anxiety and thought processing problems. Treatment to reduce pain and promote function emphasizes pace and tolerance to movement. Instruction is provided on ways to move to minimize the stress placed on aching body parts throughout daily activities. Pain management manual therapies, Primal Reflex Release Techniques (PRRT), Associated Awareness Techniques (AAT), Kinesio Taping®, instruction in the use of self-help tools and self-care pain management principles, exercise and postural correction, gentle yoga positions all assist toward enhanced function. Heat modalities and biofeedback to promote relaxation may also be beneficial.