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Physiotherapy camp concludes at Guwahati Press Club

Guwahati: On the occasion of World Physiotherapy Day (8 September), a health camp for the benefit of member-journalists of Guwahati Press Club was organized on Saturday. Initiated by of Indian Association of Physiotherapists (Assam branch), Indian Association of Physiotherapists Women cell (Assam branch) and All Assam Physiotherapy Association, the camp was graced by Dr Chatrajit Das (PT), Dr Mayur Das (PT) and Dr Trishna Saikia Baruah (PT). They were assisted by Banashri Das (MPT), Dikshita Rabha (MPT), Bhargab Bhattacharya (MPT), Laizu Yeamin Lipa (MPT), Mathew Lalruatliana (MPT) and Karan Yangma (MPT).

Till date, the press club health clinic has been supported by Down Town Hospitals, GNRC Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, SIMS Hospital, Medanta Hospital, Manipal Hospital, Fortis Hospital, Dispur Hospital, GATE Hospital, Ayursundra Hospital, Excelcare Hospital, Health City Hospital, Narayana Hospitals, Barthakur Clinic, Sun Valley Hospital, Rahman Hospital etc.

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