Fighting Fatigue – Open Day

Fighting Fatigue & Pain – Free Drop-In Event

Would you like more energy and less pain?

Maybe you know someone who would?

We host regular Open Days – come along and see how we can help you or someone you know

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Many people with long term conditions experience exhaustion and pain. Let’s fight it!

We’re the Herts MS Therapy Centre. However, we welcome people with any neurological or long term condition. For example, many people visit us who have Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME, Cancer, Leg Ulcers, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Diabetes, MS and other conditions.

Come along to our free drop in event to find out about:

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy which helps some people recover faster after injury, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It’s also great for increasing energy. Some people find it reduces pain, especially people with Fibromyalgia. During our Open Days you can see Oxygen Therapy in action – plus try it for free!

APS Pain Reduction Therapy (Action Potential Simulation) is an effective, drug free treatment for less pain, more energy and faster healing. Research has found a beneficial result in around 80% of people. Come for a free test session.

 Functional Rehabilitation exercise and fitness training helps people address the physical challenges of their medical conditions.

Remember – free trials are available 12pm – 2pm. We advise you to book your sessions in advance as places are limited. To reserve your place, call Claire on 01462 684214 or email enquiries123@hmstc.net.

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The event runs from 12pm to 2pm and is sponsored by Coloplast Ltd. We are also delighted to welcome Fibromyalgia Action UK support our Open Days, offering a wealth of information and advice.

Fibromyalgia Association UK is a registered charity run primarily by unpaid volunteers. The majority of volunteers are also fibromyalgia sufferers who work extremely hard, despite their condition, in order to forward the cause of fibromyalgia.  FMA UK was established in order to provide information and support to sufferers and their families. In addition, the Association provides medical information for professionals and operates a national helpline.

Who do you know who will be interested in the help and information that will be available?

To book your free test sessions or find out more, please call Claire on 01462 684214 or email openday@hmstc.net

See you there!