OPOINTONE creates a platform for MS Patients

by Andrea Willoughby

Friday, October 4th, 2013

03 OCT Edinburgh Evening News PG 27 CROP1Chongsu Lee of OPOINTONE MS clinic has been featured in the Edinburgh Evening News, discussing the benefit of alternative therapies, in relation to Multiple Sclerosis.


Mr Lee, a chartered physiotherapist, has developed and pioneered techniques at his clinic in Edinburgh to help alleviate the symptoms of MS. In the platform piece, Chongsu Lee gave his expert advice and opinion on alternative therapy and how this can benefit people who have been diagnosed with MS.

The Edinburgh Evening News  is local, daily newspaper based in Edinburgh. The newspaper’s print circulation is over 32,000. The original press release for this opinion piece can be seen in full here.


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