The Herts MS Therapy Centre is a small charity with a big heart. Opened in 1988 to help people with Multiple Sclerosis, the Letchworth-based charity welcomes anyone with any long term or neurological condition.
The team’s specialist expertise helps people with neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s and Stroke. Amazing results are achieved whilst helping people with Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME and Cancer, as well as stubborn infections such as Diabetic ulcers.
Fighting Fatigue and Pain
Most people with a long term condition can experience exhaustion and chronic pain, affecting their daily lives. Therapies available at The Herts MS Therapy Centre help people to fight fatigue and pain:
- Oxygen Therapy
You’ll find Hertfordshire’s only Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber at the Centre. Some people find Oxygen Therapy can accelerate healing, increase energy, reduce pain or combat stubborn infections, like leg ulcers. Some find it helpful before or after chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgery.
Rachel B says: “Without my Oxygen Treatment I would still be in agony from Fibromyalgia and probably jobless and depressed. I can’t begin to explain what a difference it has made for me.”
- Physiotherapy & Exercise
Physiotherapists and Personal Trainers work together to help people achieve greater mobility and reduce fatigue. Sessions are at the fully equipped gym in Letchworth or via a home visit.
Francis R has MS. She says: “I lost my confidence and needed support. The personalised exercises have restored my confidence in leading a more independent lifestyle.”
- APS Pain Clinic
Pain Reduction Therapy is an effective, drug free treatment for less pain, more energy and faster healing. Research has found a beneficial result in around 80% of people.
Brian H attends the Pain Clinic. He explains: “I did the six week APS Pain Reduction Programme. I have had pain free mobility for the first time in nine months, despite moving furniture last week.”
First Time Free
Who do you know who would like to have more energy or less pain? Tell them about The Herts MS Therapy Centre. Their first session is free.
“We want to help as many people as possible,” explains Mark Boscher, Chief Executive of The Herts MS Therapy Centre. “If you or someone you know would like to fight fatigue or pain, we’d love to try and help.”
To find out more, visit their website or call Claire on 01462 684 214.