I have Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and I find that oxygen therapy both makes me feel less lethargic and also helps to slow down the progress of my symptoms. I have been attending the Chedgrave MS Centre twice a week for the last three years.

Before I began oxygen therapy I also suffered with diabetic leg ulcers, but since starting at Chedgrave the only time this has been a problem was when I was unable to attend for a few weeks. When I returned to therapy my leg healed up very quickly.

Many of the other clients who attend the centre have MS, but there are also a lot of people with different medical needs. Cancer patients who have been through Chemotherapy seem to find the higher levels of oxygen in their blood helps with recovery. People with broken bones often come for just a few weeks to help speed their recovery.

Before Covid 19 changed all our lives, the MS centre was also a social hub with coffee, cakes and sausage rolls after every session. Hopefully those convivial days will be reinstated at some time in the future. In the mean time the staff still manage to be just as caring and friendly whilst implementing a strict regimen of infection prevention. All equipment is thoroughly sterilised; PIP is insisted upon and social distancing is well organized.

It is well known that higher levels of oxygen in the blood can be beneficial for many health issues and I have no hesitation in recommending this therapy to compliment or enhance your other medical treatments.”