Yolanda Foster is continuing her mission to spread awareness about Lyme disease. 

The 51-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share a photo of herself during what appears to be a physical therapy session. 

"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop........#SmallVictories #ComingBack #LymeDiseaseAwareness," the mother of three captioned the pic in which she's stretching her legs while sporting zebra print leggings and a fitted white t-shirt. 

This, of course, is not the first time Foster has taken to her Instagram to post about the chronic illness. Back in August, she revealed on the photo-sharing site that she's going "toxic free" after doctors discovered a ruptured 20-year-old silicone breast implant. 

"Homeward bound, grateful and down to the bare bone of the original 1964 model......#NoMoreImplants #NoMoreBotox #NoMoreExtensions #NoMoreHighlights #NoMoreNailPolish #ToxicFree," she wrote alongside a photo of herself resting comfortably in a robe on an airplane. "Forced to honor my authentic self and respectfully own it!!! #MyHealthJourney #SearchingForaCure"

Gigi Hadid, Anwar Hadid, Yolanda Foster, Bella Hadid

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The Bravo star, who was first diagnosed with Lyme disease three years ago in 2012, was also recently honored with the "Power of One" award earlier this month at the inaugural Global Lyme Alliance gala, where she revealed that daughter Bella Hadid, 19, and son Anwar Hadid, 16, have both suffered from the tick-born illness. 

"When my two youngest children, Bella and Anwar, were diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease in early 2012, watching my babies struggle in silence in order to support me in my journey struck the deepest core of hopelessness inside of me," Foster said, addressing the audience.

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Daughter Gigi Hadid, 20, introduced her mother before the reality star accepted the accolade. 

"I remember when she was going into the first season of filming, she said to me, 'I don't know why this show was brought to my life, but for some reason, I think it will lead to something bigger,'" the supermodel said in her introductory speech. "She realized that she could use this platform of this world-famous television show to spread awareness. She was honest, unapologetic, and raw in how she portrayed Lyme disease on social media and on the show from the second she announced to the world she had been diagnosed."

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