CORONAVIRUS Current national restrictions commencing 19th July 2021 - We are open during this period but having to run restricted sessions. All those attending are asked to continue wearing a face mask. Many of our members are vulnerable to Covid and we ask for everyone's help to minimise all risks during attendance at the Centre. Click on this link. Check out ChamberChat for latest information. Due to the additional cost of PPE & cleaning materials we're having to increase the minimum suggested donation for our chambers. Please note this is now £16.
If you need to cancel PLEASE let us know so we can offer your place to someone on our waiting list! updated 4/1/2021
Regretfully we have taken the difficult decision to ask for full payment for any missed sessions if we don't receive 24 hours notice.
The West Yorkshire Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre was founded in 1984, offering a range of therapies to support the people of the whole of Yorkshire suffering with Multiple Sclerosis. The centre relies solely on donations, subscriptions and fund-raising to provide practical help five days a week.
For anyone, the sudden disclosure that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has appeared in their lives – either because they themselves have been diagnosed, or someone close to them has – will be a major shock generating a need for information, advice and reassurance. We are a self-help Therapy Centre offering assistance to people with Multiple Sclerosis throughout North, East & West Yorkshire. The Centre provides a range of drug-free symptom management therapies as well as advice and support for all those with the illness and their families.
As well as offering facilities for people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis we also offer services for people suffering from Cerebral Palsy, Cancer, other Neurological conditions as well as for people with various sports injuries.
Treatment centres across the UK are providing High Dose Oxygen Therapy for diabetic ulcers, carbon monoxide poisoning, non-healing wounds and fractures, stroke and other neurological conditions including brain trauma as witnessed by the well documented recovery of Lance Bombadier Ben Parkinson MBE. The unwanted side effects of tissue damage due to radiotherapy are well known. High dose oxygen provides a means of ensuring the damaged tissues receive enhanced oxygenation to help their healing.
If you wish to discuss these or other conditions, contact our centre manager Joanne Goodwin