Patients go private for pool



Patients across the West Midlands are struggling to gain access to adequate amenities for hydrotherapy, according to a Birmingham therapist.
Following the 'phasing out' of Selly Oak Hospital's hydrotherapy pool, people suffering from rheumatological conditions such as arthritis, or recovering from surgery, are being forced to seek private treatment.
The pool, which accommodated up to two people at a time, was used to help ease patients' pain and improve their mobility
But in April, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the hospital, decided to discontinue the... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 26
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