A podiatrist will assess and manage the podiatric needs of the person and the sport specifically related to the foot, ankle and lower extremity. They may carry out a physical biomechanical assessment, which looks at the way the bones, muscles, and associated structures such as tendons are aligned and interact. They may also look at factors such as stability, body posture and other musculoskeletal factors taking into account the type of sport and provide advice on what the patient can do for themselves, such as stretching and strengthening exercises. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
Osteopaths detect, treat and prevent health problems by moving, stretching and massaging muscles and joints.They look at the body as a whole with an aim to redress imbalances to alleviate symptoms. Sessions are likely to include passive joint movements, neuromuscular techniques and high-speed adjustments. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
The MS Therapy Centre is a registered charity. For many people with MS and other conditions such as sports injuries, leg ulcers, strokes, cancer etc, treatments such as Oxygen Therapy, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Massage are not available nor affordable on the NHS. The Centre bridges this gap and offers these facilities and services. The Centre is entirely self-funded and we rely on donations. We welcome people of all ages who have MS or other conditions. Once you are a member (there is a small voluntary annual subscription), you have access to all the facilities at the centre and can book as many therapy sessions as you require up to a six week period.
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