Blog: Sep 2019

Action potential simulation (APS) therapy

24 September 2019

Source MS Trust: Action potential simulation is a complementary therapy which some people use as a treatment for pain in MS. It’s available at some MS Therapy Centres in the UK. (Note we provide this at the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre for more info on our service click here .)

How does APS therapy work?

Action potential is the term used to describe the moment when signals – tiny bursts of electricity – are transmitted along your nerves, sending...

A request from Kings College London

23 September 2019

Hello! I am a PhD Student at King’s College London, and my project is focused on investigating anxiety in Multiple Sclerosis.

European Committee for Treatment and Research In Multiple Sclerosis 2019

23 September 2019

Source MS Trust: The ECTRIMS (European Committee for Treatment and Research In Multiple Sclerosis) is the largest annual international conference devoted to basic and clinical research in multiple sclerosis. The 2019 meeting took place in Stockholm from 11 to 13 September.

Join us for a fantastic night to see the comedy Two Into One on Friday 19 June 2020

23 September 2019

One of our supporters, Sue, is organising a brilliant fundraising evening at the fabulous The Mill at Sonning to raise money for the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre.

Reading Street Collection Saturday 28th September

23 September 2019

Please could you help us collect at Reading Street Collection on Saturday 28th September?

Christmas Card special offer!

23 September 2019

For September only - three packs for £9.00!

Volunteer Receptionist - Please could you help us on a Tuesday afternoon?

5 September 2019

As you walk into the Centre you will meet one of our friendly, volunteer receptionists. They do so many things including booking appointments, greeting visitors and answering the phone, our receptionists play a vital role central to all we do.

We are currently looking for a receptionist to cover Tuesday afternoons from 1- 4 pm. If you are interested in finding out more, please email Pippa or...

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