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Recent Releases from Designated Physiotherapy Clinics Association

Southwest Ontario Seniors and Health Care Providers Align to Stop OHIP Physiotherapy Cuts

Published Wed, 22 May 2013 12:48:48 EST Read More

Media Release (May 22, 2013, Windsor) Seniors and local health care providers today called upon the Provincial Government to stop implementing changes to OHIP funded physiotherapy that will lead to deep cuts in necessary care for Ontarians. The participants gathered at Motion Specialties Windsor to highlight the impacts and consequences of a $44 million reduction in spending planned by the Liberal government. In the Windsor area alone, thousands of seniors are expected...... Click here to read this release

Windsor seniors and health care providers say no to OHIP physiotherapy cuts

Published Tue, 21 May 2013 09:18:51 EST Read More

Media Advisory What: The Ontario government plans to alter the way physiotherapy services are delivered in Ontario. This will lead to dramatic service cuts, especially to seniors in Retirement Residences and Long Term Care Homes. Seniors risk the elimination or reduction in their physio care that is clinically proven to aid their health. Over 3000 jobs and many longstanding businesses are threatened. Who: Tina Bishai, Board Member, Designated Physiotherap...... Click here to read this release