Sunday 26th April 2015

If you are lucky enough to secure a public ballot place for the 2015 Virgin London Marathon and would like to run for the Neuromuscular Centre Midlands, please get in touch! You will not be tied to a minimum sponsorship target, but your support, no matter how big or small, will make a real difference to us.

We will support you every step of the way with your fundraising, including helping you to set up your online sponsorship page and giving you ideas for other fundraising initiatives. We will provide you with all the necessary materials, a running vest and will be there to cheer you on when the big day arrives!

This is a great opportunity to take on an immense personal challenge and do something wonderful for people living with muscular dystrophy at the same time. To support us, please contact our fundraising team on 0845 600 5551 or email us.

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Neuromuscular Centre Midlands – What we do!

NMC Midlands is a charity set up to offer support to people with muscular dystrophy and other muscle wasting diseases in the Midlands region. 70,000 people suffer from muscle wasting disease over the UK and around 12,000 of these are in the Midlands region alone.

Sufferers of these diseases experience a significant reduction in the amount of physiotherapy they receive from the NHS after turning the age of 19. The correct physiotherapy is essential to people with muscle wasting diseases as it maintains mobility and reduces the rate of muscle deterioration. One of the main services NMC Midlands offers is free and continuous specialist physiotherapy for sufferers of these diseases. In addition we have services available to offer support for other areas of life that become challenging to people with muscle wasting diseases. To find out more about the wide range of services we have on offer and on how to get in touch with us please click here.

The Coventry Half Marathon 2015


Here is a picture of some of our fantastic fundraising runners, at the Coventry Half Marathon on Sunday 1st March 2015.

We are totting up the money raised and will be posting a total, just as soon as we have it.

There is still a chance to sponsor any of our fundraisers, if you would like to. Simply click on a name below and then make your donation:

Well done to all of the fundraisers that took part and thank you for your incredible efforts!

New Lead Physiotherapist Joins NMC Midlands


Ulrike joins Lynn as a lead Physiotherapist. She qualified as a Physiotherapist in Germany in 1990 and has worked in hospitals and private clinics in Germany and the UK, including 12 years at a local NHS Trust. She specialises in working with people with neurological and neuromuscular conditions. She loves doing ‘hands-on’ work with patients, supporting people to achieve their goals, live independently and improve their quality of life.
Apart from working clinically, Ulrike is keen to promote and develop the therapy services at the nmc further. She is passionate about integrating research and other evidence and the model of patient centred care.
Ulrike is also studying for a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy at Coventry University and provides private Physiotherapy for people with other neurological conditions.
Outside work, Ulrike enjoys spending time with her husband and her teenage daughters, being outdoors, especially horse- riding and going camping.

Sponsor Our Fantastic Staff

NMC Midlands staff are raising money to support the Centre providing essential therapy to patients with muscular dystrophy.

Lynn Ward, our Senior Physiotherapist, Nicole Muundjo, our Junior Physiotherapist, and Stuart Sullivan our Executive Director are all running the Coventry half-marathon to raise funds for NMC Midlands. The run is happening on 1st March 2015.

You can complete a sponsorship form in the office, donate on the website or go to
to sponsor Stuart and  to sponsor Lynn. Thank you.




New Extended Hours for Therapy at NMC Midlands

Click on the link below to view our new extended treatment hours:

Obituary for Steve Miles an NMC service user

It with sad hearts that we heard of the recent death of Steve Miles. Click on the link below to read his obituary: