Our Facilities. Supporting people living with Multiple Sclerosis in Surrey.
Physiotherapy and gym sessions
Available for members Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm
We offer individual and group physiotherapy sessions. Our expert team of physiotherapists, lead by Sara, work closely with each person to design an initial six week course of 1:1 physio that suits individual levels of mobility and symptoms.
Members then go on to join our range of physiotherapy classes. These include standing and seated classes, classes focused on stretching and balancing, and more vigorous classes using circuit training and Motomed bikes. Classes have a maximum of 8 people at a time, and are all based on ability.
Gym sessions are led by our professional gym instructors, Mike, Claire, Rachel and Jade. They help members to use gym equipment and tailor exercises to each person’s level and needs. Sessions can be 1:1, or in small groups of two to three people.
Available for members Mon 9am – 3:30pm, Tues 10:30am – 3pm, Wed 10am – 4:30pm and 5pm – 8pm, Thurs 9am – 3pm and Fri 9am – 5:30pm
Baric oxygen therapy is a popular therapy for people with MS. Lots of people find it relieves some of their symptoms, including pain and fatigue. People sit in pressurised chambers and breathe oxygen through a mask, normally for one hour sessions.
The Samson Centre has an oxygen therapy suite in our new Bradbury Annexe. We have two individual oxygen chambers and one multi-chamber seating five people at once. The oxygen therapy suite is run by our team of highly trained volunteer oxygen operators – if you’re interested in helping out, read more about volunteering at the Samson Centre.