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Physiotherapy camp organized at press club

On the occasion of World Physiotherapy Day, a physiotherapy camp has been organized tomorrow (8 September 2017) at Guwahati Press Club. The free camp, open for all member-journalists of the press club, will start at 1 pm and conclude by 5 pm.

The camp, planned for detailed physical assessment & effective treatments for the participants, will be supervised by senior physiotherapists namely Dr Kangkan Talukdar (PT), Dr Lopa Das (PT), Dr Pankaj Das (PT) and Dr Pooja Saikia (PT). They will be assisted by a number RCPHS, CPMS, ADTU College students namely Anuradhapura Das, Rupam Kalita, Munindra Gogoi, Rijuwana Begum, Himashree Medhi, Soni Phom, Gautam Das, Sneha Das, Sasanka Mahanta, Mr Benjamin etc.

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