- Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre in Norwich
- MS is the most common neurological condition affecting young adults. MS affects the central nervous system (CNS) which comprises the brain and spinal cord, which together form the body’s communication network. MS means ‘many scars’ – these scars prevent messages being passed along this network interfering with a range of functions.
Symptoms experienced depend on the position and extent of the scarring, no two people will have exactly the same set of symptoms.
Some people experience ‘attacks’ which are the sudden onset of symptoms, that fade after a few days or weeks. Sometimes medication or additional therapy is required to help the process. Others do not experience these attacks but notice some deterioration over a period of years. It is impossible to predict what is going to happen in future years.
Instead of trying to cope with the many facets of the condition on your own, the Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre Norfolk is here to try and alleviate your fears and provide professional support and therapy as and when required.