IGMH introduces Aquatic Physiotherapy today

The government’s central hospital has introduced Aquatic Physiotherapy today.

Aquatic Physiotherapy is an exercise done in water that has temperature on 34-degree celsius. It helps to relieve joint pains strained muscles.

According to the Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital (IGMH) the service will be provided from today onwards and that it will be provided only to those whom the doctor recommends after checking the patient’s condition based on a physiotherapist’s advice.

The aquatic physiotherapy will be available from the 4th Floor of the Dharumavantha Hospital.