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Physiotherapy camp concludes at press club

The city based media persons are suffering from various pain related ailments relating to their neck, shoulder and backs. It was found during a daylong physiotherapy camp, which was organized at Guwahati Press Club on 12 September 2015.

Organized by the College of Physiotherapy and Medical Sciences Rehabilitation & Research Centre, Bamunimaidam (a unit of Purbanchal Educational Welfare Society), the camp covered more than 50 scribes who were offered on spot treatment and consultancies.

Attended by physicians Dr Trailokya Saikia & Dr NN Sarma with physiotherapists Dr Ujwal Bhattacharya, Dr Abhijit Kalita, Dr Pooja Saikia and Dr Kritika Boruah, the camp also helped the scribes to check their blood sugar and blood pressure levels.

Other medical team members included Ms Mileng Suile Jeme, Bhupali Bhattacharya, Arundhati Sengupta with Jerryfer J Warjai, Esther Vanrammawii and Ilawansuk Ristam.

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