Turkish authorities have ordered the opening of the biggest spa in the country, saying that people suffering from a range of conditions could get their treatment in the capital, Ankara.
The spa, which will open in the coming months, has already been approved for the purpose of offering physiotherapy to patients with chronic back pain, chronic fatigue syndrome and other illnesses.
The order will also allow people with chronic eye conditions to have their treatment at the spa.
A spokesperson for the Turkish spa, Suleyman Şükrü, told Al Jazeera: “In this case, we will be open to everybody.
We will treat all types of diseases and illnesses.”
The decision came after the Turkish government approved the first-ever physiotherapy center for the country in the past two years.
The Turkish government has been working on its plans to open a physiotherapies clinic for years. “
We hope to open the spa in 2019.”
The Turkish government has been working on its plans to open a physiotherapies clinic for years.
The spa will open its first clinic in the city of Akkuyu in the southern province of Konya, according to a press release from Suleymans spa.
The new clinic will be located in the same building as the old Akküşan clinic, which has been closed since the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in the late 19th century.
The spa is expected to be able to treat more than 10,000 patients a year, the spokesperson said.