Oxygen Treatment is a simple drug-free and non-invasive technique aimed at stimulating the delivery of oxygen to the bloodstream and thereby attacking the inflammation in the nervous system around sites in the body attacked by MS.
By increasing the amount of oxygen available to the body, natural repair of a temporary nature can be encouraged, as oxygen is delivered through the bloodstream. The science which underpins oxygen treatment is hard to dispute and a recent study of MS patients over 15 years has reported improvements in levels of fatigue, speech, balance, bladder control and walking.
After an initial series of intensive sessions of treatment, most people identify the need for additional sessions at weekly intervals in order to maintain the gains they have made. Some service users have been taking oxygen treatment for over 20 years and continue to benefit from relief from fatigue and other symptoms.