Saturday, October 21, 2017

Multiple System Atrophy information

Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) is a rare disorder caused by cell loss in parts of the brain. The symptoms are often the loss of balance and movement and the loss of some functions such as the bladder, low blood pressure and breathing problems.  Find sites here offering further information, treatment details and advice.
 

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  • Osteopathic approved pain relieving supports and solutions for all back, shoulder, neck, knee, wrist and arm pain with free UK delivery and 30 day...
  • Sells wide fitting shoes and orthopedic shoes with special orthotic insole inserts. Shoes are extra wide width and large with sizes available up to...
  • Buy your adjustable bed or riser recliner from the most reputable UK supplier. Willowbrook British made quality adjustable beds and riser recliner...
  • Undertakes the sale and rental of evac evacuation and transit chairs to assist with safe evacuation from multi storey buildings for the disabled...
  • One of the largest providers of mobility products in the UK. Offers an exciting and comprehensive range of products from mobility scooters, walking...
  • Provides a range of care and support services throughout Northamptonshire for adults with disabilities and older people. Aspiring to provide the...
  • Enjoy a canal boat holiday specially equipped for disabled people and their families with wheelchair accessible ramps, hydraulic lifts, hoist...
  • Support the campaign for accessible changing facilities away from home for adults and children that need lifting, making changes to disabled WCs...
  • The Online College of Art & Design offer wheelchair users online qualifications in Art & Design. These qualifications are nationally and...
  • Kuradocs is an on line tool that allows you to manage and store the multitude of information required for care, medical visits, education, form...

Multiple System Atrophy Trust

A charity offering support for people living with Multiple System Atrophy. MSA explained with details of the charity and how to make contact.

 

 

 

 


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