Source Pravda.Ru

Former hostages undergo free rehabilitation course in the best medical institutions

20 former hostages seized by terrorists in Moscow's Theatre Center on October 23 are undergoing a free rehabilitation treatment in medical institutions of the presidential management department's Medical Center, said presidential management department's press secretary Viktor Khrekov on Tuesday.

A total of 140 beds were provided to the former hostages. Their number can be increased if needed. The hospitals do not only receive adults, but children with parents as well.

The rehabilitation course includes psychotherapeutic and balneological treatment. The patients are being kept under observation of highly qualified doctors, including academicians.

Rehabilitation and health centers are supplied with modern treatment and diagnostic equipment for taking rehabilitation measures and all necessary medications.

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