EJC wrote:Did you feel the oxygen treatment helped?
Emma and I are talking this through between us, we've had so many reports of this treatment helping people that it's something we're trying to organise.
Nearest centre to us is a 45 minute drive, which is fine except they only open during working hours and Emma can no longer drive.
EJC lovely to see Emma had the procedure I hope you are all recovered from your hectic schedule in getting the procedure ……………………….
A weird thing to say I can’t feel any benefits but I go in believing that it is doing my MS good in ways that I can’t feel by example delivering oxygen to the brain repairing brain tissue I look upon it in the same way taking the omegas & vitamins....
The chamber was brought to my attention having attended an MS ball one lady reported she had no increase in her MS over the last 12 years she attributed this to the chamber….. (Who knows were all stabbing in the dark) I looked into the chamber and its reports look good I am only 30 minutes from the centre so no real hardship for me.
Patients that do have mobility problems use their taxi card staff at the chamber are very helpful. The centre can also have physiotherapy, massage…. The chamber I attend holds up to 6 people chairs are removed to put in wheelchairs or staff often help those with limited mobility into a chair.
Others have reported that they feel tired and suffer bladder issues when they have missed a dive.
The chamber I attend the paitents have been attending for 10, 15, 20 years but like me can’t really report its benefits Its weird really ……
Patients with Parkinson’s, stroke and amputees also attend the chamber.
Cost of dive £12 ( single) I had to attend every day for 3 weeks then twice weekly and now I just do once weekly.
They have a different dives 15 ft. 23 ft. or 33ft or numbers near to this.
Some suffer ear problems when diving similar to the effects of being on a plane when taking off and landing