May 3rd, 2012

More than 100,000 people in the UK have MS

What is MS?

Multiple sclerosis (known as MS) is the most common disabling condition of the central nervous system that affects young adults. The central nervous system is the brain and spinal cord which, together with the nerves connecting to the rest of the body, forms the body’s information superhighway.

The symptoms experienced depend on the position and amount of damage within the central nervous system.

Symptoms can include problems with:

MS is a lifelong condition that affects three times more women than men. Once diagnosed, MS will not go away and, for most people, the symptoms are variable from day to day and unpredictable. This can make living with MS very challenging.

For patients with Faecal Incontinence, there is a new treatment now available in the UK called Secca Therapy and here at Fico Centre we arrange out-patient appointments for this minimally invasive procedure.  Call Karen on 0844 561 6606 if you have any questions and have a look at our website for further information.


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