Subsidised access to allied health vital to tackling OA tsunami

Earlier diagnosis and changes to funding are urgently needed to allow the ‘tsunami’ of elderly patients with osteoarthritis to access the vital subsidised allied health services they need, a leading rheumatologist says. Professor Lyn March, Liggins Professor of Sydney University’s Rheumatology and Musculosketal Epidemiology Medicine, Northern Clinical School, told the limbic that these changes were ...

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