Blog: Feb 2018

Are you tripping up more than usual?

27 February 2018

Are you tripping up more than usual? It could be an MS symptom called foot drop, which is caused by weakness in the ankle or disruption in the nerve pathway between the legs and the brain.

Why not give our MS Tai Chi class a try?

27 February 2018

Did you know we offer a specialist MS Tai Chi Class on a Thursday at the Centre from 12.45pm to 1.45pm?

Want to try Hydrotherapy?

27 February 2018

Hydrotherapy is physiotherapy in a warm water pool. A physiotherapist works with you as you gently exercise in the pool.

Lasting Power of Attorney

27 February 2018

Information shared from the latest MSquared newsletter:

Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) - An LPA can make a difference when it comes to providing care for a person with dementia or any other debilitating condition

Are you a member of the Co-Op?

27 February 2018

Are you a member of the Co-op? Please choose the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre as your charity project and help us to provide footcare for local people with MS

Reading Concert Singers

27 February 2018

It may be cold outside but the Spring Concerts by the Reading Concert Singers in aid of the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre will warm you up! http://www.readingconcertsingers.org.uk/rcsconcerts.html

Winter Weather

27 February 2018

Source Reading Borough Council:

The MET Office is predicting sub-zero temperatures in Reading for the rest of the week and possible snowfall.

How do you explain MS to your children/grandchildren?

22 February 2018

Digesting science is a workshop with a set of fun packed simple activities to explain MS to children between 6-12 years. It is scientific information with a lot of FUN.

Reflexolgoy

21 February 2018

Due to popular demand reflexology will now be available to book fortnightly from the 20th March 2018.

Low-dose Naltrexone Changes Levels of Inflammatory Proteins in MS, Study Shows

21 February 2018

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

Inhibition of the neuroactive opioid growth factor (OGF) alters the blood levels of important pro- and anti-inflammatory proteins in mice with multiple sclerosis (MS)-like disease.

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