Physiotherapist Sophie Shephard urging government to fund public pain service in Wagga

Emily Wind
By Emily Wind
Updated April 18 2022 - 10:27am, first published 7:00am
ADVOCATE: Physiotherapist Sophie Shephard is urging the state government to fund a public pain service in Wagga to service those locally who are suffering, often forced to travel huge distances for help. Picture: Madeline Begley

One local physiotherapist has launched a passionate campaign to bring a public pain service to Wagga, saying the lengths patients are forced to go to in order to access care is "horrendous".

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Emily Wind

Emily Wind

Journalist

Originally from Lake Macquarie, Emily kickstarted her journalism career in Tumut before moving to the Daily Advertiser in Wagga where she covers Health and Features. Got a story tip? Email emily.wind@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0457 459 095.

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