The Chilterns MS Centre was established and registered as a charity in 1982. We provide services and advice to people with multiple sclerosis (MS), their families and carers.
We try to help people living with the disease by offering a number of life changing and supportive therapies and treatments that are effective for the patient, such as specialist neuro-physiotherapy, oxygen treatment and reflexology.
The treatments, therapies and support we provide have a genuine impact on the individual changing the quality of their daily life.
The word ‘lifeline’ has often been used to describe the centre, something that we are incredibly proud of.
Chilterns MS Centre treats 260 patients each week and no one is ever turned away, however minor or severe their disability.
The NHS provides no long-term treatment for people diagnosed with MS. This means the treatments, therapies and services provided by the Chilterns MS Centre are a lifeline for people who have MS.
The service we offer is subsidised by your kind, essential donations and the efforts of our hardworking fundraising teams.