The Grampian Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre is one of more than 60 centres across the country aiming to improve the quality of life of people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Our centre opened in 1983 to provide oxygen therapy for people with MS in the north east of Scotland and our services have expanded to offer reflexology, physiotherapy and massage to our clients. We treat other conditions, including fibromyalgia, cancer, burns and sports injuries.
We also provide advice and support to all who attend the centre, their families and carers in a friendly and welcoming environment.
The centre does not receive government funding and is entirely dependent on donations for its survival.
Self help is our way of action
The centre works on the basis of self-referral. You do not need to be referred by a healthcare professional in order to access treatments and services. Clients can choose one or a selection of therapies to manage their symptoms in a way that they find works best for them.
The centre exists to help people with MS and other neurological conditions to continue to live as normal a life as possible. We try to fit appointments in at times to suit clients. The centre is open Monday to Friday, 8am – 4pm.
"For the last 17 years I have been attending Grampian MS Therapy Centre for oxygen therapy and reflexology to help with my MS. I feel that this treatment has contributed to keeping my MS stable. Once I have had an oxygen tank session I feel that it helps with fatigue, the burning feelings in my legs, etc. As I also have fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and ulcerative colitis, the combined effects of the oxygen therapy and reflexology certainly help me no end. I definitely will keep attending the centre and can recommend the treatments that it provides." - Evelyn