Oxygen Therapy – non MS conditions

Oxygen Therapy is a very effective treatment for many conditions including sports injuries. Visit the Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Trust website where you will find a list of conditions which respond well to Oxygen Therapy. This is not an exhaustive list so, if you have a condition which does not appear in the list, please get in touch with the centre and we can refer your enquiry to our medical advisor.

Real Life Stories

Oxygen Therapy for Fibromyalgia – Lizzie’s story

I started Oxygen Therapy in March this year to help with Fibromyalgia. I was overjoyed to find somewhere in Kent that provides Oxygen Therapy.

There is such a nice welcoming atmosphere at the centre. From the first week l felt so at home. Everybody smiles there and no one bats an eyelid if have trouble with speaking or any other problem.  Even if you walk in for the first time and sit on the lovely comfortable chairs, someone will talk to you and you will hear laughter everywhere. Once there I don’t want to go home.

The treatment has really helped with my  energy levels and brain fog. I was relying heavily on my stick when l first started. Now l can happily walk round the centre without it. I feel happier and better in myself and consequently in less pain. My depression has also considerably  improved.

I believe l would have been crazy not to give this treatment a chance. I love the centre and have made some great friends.

If you are in two minds about Oyxgen Therapy, I would definitely recommend this treatment. You could change your life.

Oxygen Therapy for Radiation Proctitis

Having battled bladder cancer, Gwen Frost, 71 from Canterbury, was looking forward to getting on with the rest of her life. But a side effect of her radiotherapy treatment left her bleeding heavily from her bottom up to 10 times a day, every other day. Gwen became so anaemic she needed a blood transfusion – until she found Oxygen Therapy at Kent MS Therapy Centre…

Watch our interview with Gwen and read more at the Kent Oxygen Therapy website.


Oxygen Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

At the age of 61 Maria Apps suddenly developed severe pain in her hip that was eventually diagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis. Maria researched the benefits of Oxygen Therapy herself and approached Kent MS Therapy Centre for treatment to reduce inflammation in her joints.  She has enjoyed encouraging results including reduced pain, better sleep and enhanced general wellbeing.

Downloadable Information Sheets

More information about the Oxygen Therapy and specific conditions can be downloaded here.

Oxygen Therapy Therapy and Wound Healing Thumb

Oxygen Therapy and Wound Healing and Diabetic Ulcers

Oxygen Therapy and Patient Healing

Oxygen Therapy and Migraine

Oxygen Therapy and Maxillofacial Conditions

Oxygen Therapy and Brain Injury

Oxygen Therapy and Sports Injuries


How do I access Oxygen Therapy at the centre?

Just give the centre a call to arrange a face to face pre-treatment assessment with our Support Manager. Details of your condition and any prescribed medication will be taken; this will be passed to our medical advisor who will decide on an appropriate treatment protocol. During the assessment you will be given a form to take to your GP, once your GP has signed the appropriate form the treatment can commence. A full explanation of how to use the Oxygen Therapy chamber will be given at the assessment.

What are the costs involved?

Sessions can be booked individually or in blocks of up to 20 sessions. Block bookings paid for in advance attract a discounted rate.

All money raised from Oxygen Therapy treatments goes towards the running costs of Kent MS Therapy Centre.

No. Sessions Total Cost Cost per Session
Single £27.00 (£22 for those living with a long term health condition as determined by KMSTC)
Block of 20 *£486.00 (*£396 for those living with a long term health condition as determined by KMSTC) £24.30 (£19.80 for those living with a long term health condition as determined by KMSTC)

* This includes a 10% discount which is applied to the first block of 20 sessions

How many treatments will I need?

Most people have an intensive introductory course of 20 hour-long sessions over four consecutive weeks, then top-up sessions once a week. This depends on your individual symptoms, however.

Oxygen Therapy is currently available on Mondays to Fridays from 8am – 8pm and from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.


Find out more:

Bath Rugby club are using Oxygen Therapy to speed their players recovery from injury

Paratrooper Ben Parkinson is receiving Oxygen Therapy to help with his brain injury

Treatment for brain-injured children

Oxygen Therapy helps heal leg ulcers