News: Rotherham United players often use Oxygen Therapy at the Centre to help their injuries to heal

Rotherham United players often use Oxygen Therapy at the Centre to help their injuries to heal. Paul Gambles, their Head of Medical Services, says…

“Oxygen Treatment is a safe, effective , and non-invasive treatment which can be used for various conditions, gaining considerable attention among sports medicine specialists for its potential to accelerate healing. It has been shown that using o2 therapy in conjunction with physiotherapy can decrease the time taken for injuries to repair meaning that some players are able to return and competitive play earlier than just using physiotherapy alone.”

“Oxygen is an essential substance in the repair of any tissue and the additional O2 provided can improve the repair, particularly of muscle and ligament tears, because the blood supply is often significantly damaged. Fracture healing may be accelerated, and it can help eliminate fatigue and recover stamina, it has also been seen to be beneficial in:

Head injuries and concussion
Spinal cord injuries
General wellness

“Oxygen therapy is taken using an individual oxygen mask, either in a pressure-controlled chamber (as seen in the photo) or at normal pressure depending on the condition.

“Athletes from various disciplines and levels of sport are now starting to use the facility with great results. Vass is just one of many of our players who has been helped by this treatment, with Cheo and Robbo being amongst others to use it this season and last.”

News: Come along to our ‘Meet The Therapist’ Day

When is it? Thursday 14th February 10am to 2pm

What is it? our therapists will be here and ready to answer any questions you have.

You can find about ……


Alternative therapies such as massage, reflexology, aromatherapy and reiki


Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness

Counselling and much more!

So come along and have a look!!

News: Weekly Seated Exercise Class

The Rotherham and Sheffield MS Society run a weekly Seated Exercise class at our Centre every Monday.

The class runs between 12:00p.m. and 1:00p.m, and the group meet at 11.30 for a chat first.

It costs £2.00 and you don’t need to be a member of the Centre to attend the class.

If you need support or help with personal care, you will need to be accompanied.

And if you are booking transport, the Centre closes when the class ends at 1:00p.m.

To contact the Society, phone or text 07858 643416, or email Or contact us for more information.


Come along and give it a try!