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Chair Physio via Zoom & Virtual Counselling Service - NO WAITING LIST

We are currently running Chair Physio via Zoom sessions and Virtual Counselling for anyone in Nottinghamshire who is living with a chronic health condition. The physio sessions are run by an experienced neurological physiotherapist and in a small group format. To ensure everyone's safety, the physio sessions take place in a chair/wheelchair so are particularly beneficial for people with balance problems or mobility issues.

The Counselling sessions are either by phone or Zoom, with the possibility of moving them onsite when we reopen. We have no waiting lists so you can get help as soon as you need it. 

Both physio & counselling sessions are funded by the National Lottery Communities Fund/HM Government. The only criteria are as follows:

  • Must be resident in Nottinghamshire
  • Must have a chronic health condition 
  • Must be a member of our Centre (£25 per annum) 

If you'd like to join our Centre and take part in these sessions please email

You can find out more about what we do by visiting


Who to contact

Contact Name
Julie Wesson
Contact Position
0115 950 5991

Our Centre is currently closed while we sort out our ventilation system so calls may not be picked up straight away. For a fast response, please email as we are working from home.

Where to go

Nottingham MS Therapy Centre
The Oxygen Centre
Unit H2, Trent Park Ind Estate, Little Tennis Street South

These services are virtual so will NOT be held at our premises. 

When is it on?

When is it on
Tuesday & Thursday currently. More times coming soon.

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
0.00 Free Sessions available, Conditions Apply
The sessions are free to members of our Centre. Single person membership is £25 per annum.


Age Ranges
Referral required
Referral Details

We will need to see confirmation of your address and that you have a chronic health condition. This needs to be current (in the last 3 months) and have your name and address on it. A PIP letter, hospital letter or repeat prescription are all acceptable. If you are struggling to find something, please get in touch. We won't exclude anyone who genuinely needs our help.


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