Take action for FES
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) is a treatment used to stimulate movement in weakened or paralysed muscles. It has been proven to make walking easier and improve the lives of many people with MS.
Despite this, FES is not being funded consistently across the UK. This is causing an unfair postcode lottery.
We need your help. Will you write to your local health service to let them know the benefits of FES for people with MS and ask them to take a look at our evidence pack and webinar recording to learn more about this potentially life-changing therapy?
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