Physiotherapy helps paralyzed persons recover strength, feel happy, healthy again: speakers

Update : Thursday, August 31, 2023

Speakers in a function here today said physiotherapy helps the injurious or paralyzed persons recover strength, feel happy and healthy again.

“Physiotherapy has many health benefits. It helps the persons with disabilities reduce pain, avoid surgery side by side with improving overall strength and coordination in the human body, reducing the dependency on medicine, boosting cardiovascular functioning and lung capacity. It also helps improve mental health”, they also said.

They made the comments while they were addressing an inaugural ceremony of a physiotherapy center at Purbapara of the town here this noon.

Friendship, a leading non-government organization of the country, arranged the function under Rotary International Global Center project funded by Rotary Foundation.

Sadar UNO SharifulAlam attended the function and addressed it as the chief guest and Md. Ashiqul Islam, member of Rotary Club, Ramna, Dhaka and deputy director of Inclusive Citizenship of FRIENDSHIP spoke at the event as the special guests while senior director of FRIENDSHIP Barrister Ayesha Taashin presided over the function.

Chief Guest in his speeches said many of the people are being paralysed due to brainstroke. For the paralyzed persons, taking physiotherapy service is very essential to recover strength and energy in the body. In this perspective, the UNO thanked the FRIENDSHIP for opening the center considering the welfare of the paralyzed and injurious persons.

Barrister Ayesha Taashin in her concluding speeches urged the concerned staff of the center to show good dealing and best performance to the patients and sought wholehearted cooperation of all to run the center peacefully.

Later, the chief guest accompanying other guests inaugurated Rotary-FRIENDSHIP Physiotherapy and Autism Center by cutting a red tape.

A large number of town elite, social workers, NGO activists, invited persons and journalists were present on the occasion.

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