Our Therapies

We endeavour to provide a complete service under one roof for our clients, encouraging them to look after themselves and make the best of their lives within the confines of their condition. Therapy is not available within the Health Service, only in acute cases and then for short periods; it is proven that regular therapy is essential to prevent deterioration and to maintain and improve the condition. The integrated approach with core therapies and complementary therapies being provided under one roof enables people to receive the therapy needed.

Many people with MS are unable to travel easily so attending the Centre regularly for any of the therapies or services has the advantage over travelling to different clinics. Allowing clients to have these for minimal cost encourages regular therapy.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Oxygen is the healing element in the atmosphere and by breathing 100% oxygen under pressure allows the extra oxygen to be absorbed into the tissue. This repairs the damaged tissue before it becomes scarred. It is the scar tissue that prevents messages getting from the brain to the limbs etc. causing disability.

Reflexology

Reflexology

In reflexology, certain zones of the feet and sometimes the hand are stimulated by a practitioner. These zones relate to specific organs and parts of the body. Just by feeling the zones, reflexologists can detect problems in other parts of the body. By using finger pressure on specific points, healing is stimulated in affected organs.

Exercise Therapy

Exercise Therapy

The Centre has offered this service for many years which has proved very beneficial to many people suffering with M.S. and other neurological conditions. The goal of the service is to provide the opportunity for people with neurological conditions to receive the benefit of supervised exercise to improve their fitness, balance, flexibility and confidence.

Holistic Massage

Holistic Massage

Holistic massage benefits the whole body, both physiologically and psychologically, however, some of the systems are more directly affected, particularly the skin, blood and lymph circulation, and the muscles and nerves.