Patients’ views

“Going in the chamber helps my general well being”
Marie, multiple sclerosis, September 2013

“I go to the chamber for treatment every week.  I cannot say what it does for my condition, but if I don’t go I know I haven’t been”
John, MS (Multiple Sclerosis), May 2013


My name Nick Noble and I came off my motorbike on 15th September 2014 and broke my tibula, fibula and also had a spinal fracture.

I was fitted with an external fixator on my leg to align the bones and then I was told it was just a matter of time.

Being what I am, I needed to speed up my recovery! I did some research on the internet for some sort of alternative treatment/aid and discovered Chedgrave MS Therapy who have a chamber where you can breathe oxygen under pressure which can help heal br…

Counselling and welfare for MS

Because it is known that MS can cause much distress to both the sufferer and his/her family, an increasing number of centres offer confidential face-to-face counselling to help deal with the emotional effects and concerns which living with MS (or living with an MS person) can bring.

It is recognised that mind and body are inseparable, what affects one invariably affects the other. Hence it is equally as important to provide help and support for the emotional aspects of MS as for the physical effects and the symptoms. The emotional stress often manifests itself in body symptoms and is a medically recognised fact, similarly that illness and body changes have an effect upon feelings and emotions.

Confidential counselling is provided by a qualified, professionally trained counsellor offers time and space for these feelings and concerns to be identified, considered, explored, evaluated and understood and to help people get back in touch with a better sense of themselves.

It will of course not necessarily be the same Counsellor answering the phone every time. Telephone counselling provides a 24hr helpline available in crisis or times of unexpected stress when it is important to talk to someone who knows about and understands MS.

Scotland: 031-226-6573 &
England: 0207-222-3123 (London)
021-476-4229 (Birmingham)

Above all, there is enormous value and comfort to be gained by simply coming to a centre and talking to other men and women who share the same problems and experiences as you. A positive attitude to managing MS is an essential ingredient for success in dealing with the disease – generating this is much easier with such friendly associations.