Chennai: Women physiotherapists from Singapore’s Mount Elizabeth Hospital continued their treatment to Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa for the second consecutive day on Monday.
The physiotherapists flew in here on Sunday and began their treatment immediately. The Apollo Hospitals had last week said the Chief Minister was being given passive physiotherapy.
A panel of expert doctors drawn from across the world, including Dr Richard Beale from the United Kingdom, have examined Jayalalithaa since Thursday and held extensive consultations with the team attending to her at the Apollo Hospitals. Two women physiotherapists from the Mount Elizabeth Hospital have also joined the team treating the CM.
Sources in the Apollo Hospitals have been maintaining that the Chief Minister was making “gradual progress” and even thanked Dr Beale and other specialists, including the AIIMS doctors, for helping her recover from her ailment. They had also said that she spoke to them in slow and soft tone.