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Supporting you to live life with Multiple Sclerosis

Providing a range of specialist therapies and support to help our MS community

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Welcome to the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre

We are a charity that offers in-person and online support for people with Multiple Sclerosis and their families.

As a charity, we offer our core therapies (physiotherapy, oxygen therapy, counselling and footcare) free of charge and our complementary therapies are offered at significantly discounted rates.  We welcome donations  from those who can afford to contribute toward the running of the Centre.

Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with MS for a while, please get in touch.

Roni and Jonathon

14,000+

treatments provided by the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre in the past year alone.

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Over 300

local people with Multiple Sclerosis supported

In the gym

100%

of our members would recommend the Centre to other people with Multiple Sclerosis

Without the Centre’s support I would have found it virtually impossible to motivate myself to exercise and my current fitness would be nowhere near as good as it is. The contact with other people through the classes has also been fantastic, providing friendship, laughs and understanding from the community based around the Centre.
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Our working hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 5:00pm.

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Make a donation today and help us provide vital support for our MS community.

Pip’s Blog

  • Oxygen therapy update

    Oxygen therapy update

    Unfortunately we are still having some issues with our oxygen generator. Therefore, there will be no oxygen therapy Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. We hope to be able to run oxygen sessions on Saturday and during next week. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

  • Go1984 off to a great start

    Go1984 off to a great start

    Wow, what a brilliant start to our Go1984 challenge. Over 100 of you have now joined the team and raised £2,789 so far at the time of writing, a brilliant achievement after just a few days. Our physios’ costumes have been fantastic – we look forward to seeing more of you in your legwarmers and…

  • Do you have any news for our newsletter?

    Do you have any news for our newsletter?

    We’re starting to work on our next Centre newsletter due out in August, and we need your help! Have you got any advice or useful tips to pass round? Had a celebration you want to tell us about, such as a new baby or wedding in the family, or anything else you want us to…

  • Put MS on the next PM’s agenda

    Put MS on the next PM’s agenda

    National charity the MS Society has written an open letter to the next Prime Minister and they are inviting you to add your signature. The MS Society say; The general election is taking place on 4 July. We don’t know who the next Prime Minister will be, but we do know people with MS have…

  • Join the MS Register

    Join the MS Register

    The MS Register is a groundbreaking study designed to increase understanding of living with MS in the UK. They are looking for more people with MS to join the study and there are several benefits to joining; If you are over 18, live in the UK and have MS, you can join this research project. You can…

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    Help shape health services in Slough

    Public Health Slough plan and commission health activities and services in Slough. They are currently redesigning their services and this is your chance to have your say about what is available and what should be improved. You are asked to complete a questionnaire which should take no longer than 15 minutes. Complete the survey by…

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