FibroGal Agency LLC

Patient Virtual Classrooms

About Us













The company’s founder,Stacy J Hall, launched FibroGal Agency in Febuary 2013 after navigating for herself over a 16 yr journey with fibromyalgia and many other health conditions.

Stacy experienced first-hand how difficult and frightening it is for a family under stress to navigate the complexities of the American health care system.   As a patient, Stacy committed herself to a new career using what she had learned as a being her own advocate.  Since 2010, Stacy has been an advocate, she created a site for people with fibromyalgia,invisible diseases and chronic pain called Fibromadness.. In 2012, she was urged to become a patient navigator and start a business helping others.



Stacy has been trained in several disciplines.  Over the years she has worked the emergency department,radiology department, and hospital admissions. Other related medical jobs have been  with mental health,health insurance company. She also has earned a patient navigator certificate too.


Stacy began a support group to help others with fibromyalgia,invisible diseases and chronic pain.. She has been active in many groups and the community too.

She holds a Business Degree from Dixie College. She has lived abroad, traveled while growing up.  She is married with two children, a daughter 26 going to college and a son 23 who is also going to college.

This has been Stacy's true calling in life to help others. It shows in her daily life with family,friends and with her websites.

Stepping up to the plate to advocate for the Fibromyalgia Community



  • Know your game from both an informational and an emotional viewpoint.
  • Learn to be your own coach and how to pump yourself up
  • In the game of life, be the best player that you can possibly be, not just a spectator.
  • before each inning.
  • Strive for your personal best; don’t compare yourself with other players.
  • Learn to play both offensively and defensively.
  • Know the strengths and the weaknesses in yourself, in your team members, and in your opponent.
  • If you’re not getting the results you want, change up your game strategy.
  • Don’t let your fear of losing prevent you from getting off the sidelines and into the game.
  • Go to bat as often as you can, play as well as you can, and remember that, if need be, you can always call on your designated hitter.

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