I feel happier, as I am now part of a great community. It’s so helpful being able to discuss and share tips with others, and be in a social group that enjoys a laugh and spending time together.Ian, May 2022
Ian knew something wasn’t quite right when a game of football left him feeling dizzy. When this happened again, along with temporary blindness in his left eye, he had an MRI scan which confirmed he had MS.
Usually upbeat, Ian found his diagnosis in 1991 difficult and the fact that his concentration and short term memory worsened affected his mood making him emotional and melancholic.
Ian was fortunate to be under the care of an MS Nurse who recommended him to the Centre.
“I checked out the website, liked what I saw and came for an assessment. I am so glad I did, as having access to specialist equipment under the expert tuition of the physios is so beneficial. It is comforting being with others in a similar, if not identical boat and a huge relief that you’re with people who know what you are going through without having to explain”
"I feel happier as I am now part of a great community. It’s so helpful being able to discuss and share tips with others, and be in a social group that enjoys a laugh and spending time together."
Donations are really important to the continued running of the Ryan MS Therapy Centre, particularly as we receive no government funding.