Multiple Sclerosis

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the brain and spinal cord. It causes weakness and spasms throughout the muscles in the body and feelings of tiredness. There are different types of MS a slow progressive type and a relapsing and remitting type.

The aims of Neurological Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy treatment will differ in relation to the type of MS and how it impacts on the individual.


Multiple Sclerosis

The therapy team at SP Therapy Services understand the difficulties people living with MS face every day and are able to support the need for individuals to dip in and dip out of therapy service as a problem arises without the need for a GP or consultant referral and lengthy waiting list.

We can provide home visits and clinic appointments. 

We accept individual & family enquiries and professional referrals

The MS Society is the UK’s leading MS charity – visit their website –

Read about how Physiotherapy can help people with MS: download The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy‘s (CSP) leaflet on MS by clicking on the image:

Read about how Occupational Therapy can help people with MS: Download The College of Occupational Therapists( COT) leaflet on MS by clicking on the image:

Occupational Therapy & MS

Susan Pattison Therapy Services are proud to work closely with, and support, our local Bury & North Manchester MS Society.

We can provide home visits & clinic appointments.

SP Therapy Services take great care in providing an exceptional standard of therapy to all our patients, whatever their individual age, diagnosis or location.