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September/October 2013 New Pathways MS Magazine
Walking faster & better
My walking is better, my pace is faster and I move much more easily. I am finally getting my spirit back.
3 October 2013, Edinburgh Evening News
Chongsu Lee says...
Alternative therapies have their place in helping us all, especially with regard to those suffering MS
11 September 2013, Daily Record
MS sufferers flock to Edinburgh clinic
Patients from across the world are flying to an Edinburgh physiotherapy clinic following its success...
29 July 2013, The Herald
Actress tells of revolutionary MS treatment
Actress Alison Peebles has spoken of a huge improvement in her multiple sclerosis after a revolutionary new treatment.
29 July 2013, The Scotsman
Actress praises engineer-turned-physio’s treatment for her MS
Scottish actress Alison Peebles has come back fighting after a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis left her facing life in a wheelchair.
28 July 2013, The Sunday Times
MS treatment helps actress get back on her feet
One of Scotland’s leading actresses appears to be winning her fight against multiple sclerosis with a revolutionary physiotherapy treatment.
09 August 2013, The Euro Journal
Chongsu Lee receives media coverage from British newspapers
Mr Chongsu Lee living in Edinburgh received considerable British media coverage for his pioneering work with MS.
27 January 2013, Sunday Post
Fresh hope in a battle against MS
Mum Mairi Brown was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when she was only 18.
05 June 2012, Daily Record
Physio eases my MS pain
Just months ago, multiple sclerosis sufferer Jacqueline Bambrick dared not go out without a walking stick for fear she would fall and hurt herself.
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Video evidence of walking improvements in MS patients after receiving initial 8 treatment sessions weekly
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