Multiple Sclerosis

Objective

Improvement in symptoms of MS and arthritis

Background

Beryl suffers from MS and together with arthritis in her right ankle, she experiences back pain, poor balance and her posture is stooped. She needs a stick plus some assistance to get around.

Programme
  •  Duration: 30 minutes
  •  Water Temperature: 31º
  •  Speed: 2.0 to 2.5kph
  •  Depth: 900
  •  Resistance Jets: Not activated
  •  Direction: Forward
  •  Number of Sessions: 3
Outcomes

Exercising with MS is a helpful way to stay as healthy and fit as possible and to improve some of the symptoms and their effects. 

The underwater treadmill is the ideal environment for Beryl to train as the water supports her weak muscles and limbs, cushions her movements and relieves any pain she is experiencing. 

Beryl’s muscle strength and fitness have improved, which help with her mobility problems. Her range of motion has extended as her confidence has grown and her balance has got better through improved core stability.

The load on Beryl’s arthritic ankle is also reduced, allowing her to mobilise properly during her sessions.

Activity promotes a feeling of wellbeing so this form of therapy is a great way to help reduce depression and improve mood.

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info@optispine.co.uk

PHONE
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About us

Optispine uses the latest and most advanced physiotherapy techniques and equipment, specifically designed to help people with back and joint problems.

Treatment starts with accurate diagnosis of the problem, followed by effective hands-on therapy to reduce pain and restore function as quickly as possible.

Alongside this, we are able to offer rehabilitation plans for a more long-term solution, including advanced hydrotherapy using underwater treadmills and a specialist 7-step programme.

Contact us

Optispine Limited
Foley House
Heath Mill Road
Wombourne
Wolverhampton
WV5 8AP

t. 01902 898256
e. info@optispine.co.uk

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