BIG BOOST

BIG BOOST FOR CHARITY
The South Wales MS Therapy Centre benefits from the support of the South Wales Evening Post from being their Charity of the Year 2015.

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Editor Jonathon Roberts presents a cheque for £10,000 to Sior Roberts, Centre Chairman

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RUGBY STARS COME FOR OXYGEN

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Wales Internationals and Cardiff Blues players Sam Warburton and Gareth Anscombe attend the Swansea MS Therapy Centre for oxygen treatment to recover from leg injuries before the 6 Nations Championship

 

Liam returns for oxygen

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Wales’ Rugby star Liam Williams returns to Swansea’s MS Therapy Centre for oxygen treatment.

Liam attended the Centre for oxygen treatment earlier in the summer to speed up recovery from surgery on his foot which enabled him to play in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Sadly Liam sustained another foot injury whilst playing in the World Cup and having undergone surgery for this is aiming to return to fitness training following further oxygen treatment.

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One of Welsh rugby’s shining lights of last season and Scarlets star, Liam Williams, receives oxygen therapy at the Centre to help speed up recovery from recent surgery on a foot problem.
It is hoped Liam will be able to resume training in time for his appearance in this year’s World Cup campaign
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The Vale

 

A £500 donation from The Vale, Clydach (formerly The Mond) sponsors a ‘Gold’ brick in the Centre’s “Buy a Brick” Appeal for our new Centre.
Samson Lee, Welsh Prop Forward, who has been undergoing oxygen therapy at the Centre following damage to his Achilles tendon, receives the cheque on behalf of the Centre, from Gavin Havard of The Vale.
We are delighted Samson is now able to resume light training and wish him a speedy recovery to full match fitness in time for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

 

 

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