Husband says wife had no physio despite NHS claims

Michael and Hazel Axworthy. SUS-140807-120204001

Michael and Hazel Axworthy. SUS-140807-120204001

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A husband is insisting that his wife, who has remained bed-ridden for nearly two years following a stroke, has received no physiotherapy from East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust despite the trust’s claims to the contrary.

Hazel Axworthy, 75, of Oak Tree Mews, Hastings, was left paralysed down her left side after suffering a stroke in 2013.

Her husband Michael, 76, is insistent that his wife’s mobility would be much improved if she was receiving physiotherapy and that no such service has been provided.

 

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