Corryn Rayney reported bad chest pains a month before she died as well as hip problems, her husband's wilful murder trial was told yesterday.
Evidence was given by two of the 44-year-old's health specialists, including homeopath Jaya Krishnan, who treated Mrs Rayney for "stress-related" chest pain in July 2007 - the month before she died.
Prosecutors have foreshadowed evidence that Mrs Rayney died from a significant assault but also mentioned that she suffered a narrowed coronary artery, which can prove fatal.
Lloyd Rayney, who maintains he had no involvement in his wife's death, is accused of wilful murder, which alleges a person intended to kill their victim. But the judge may consider an alternative of manslaughter.
Ms Krishnan said she treated Mrs Rayney over 11 months for problems including raised cholesterol, headaches and insomnia.
Physiotherapist David McMullen said he treated Mrs Rayney as late as the day before she died for neck pain and hip problems linked to exercise.He said he had raised concerns with Mrs Rayney about her jogging at night while using headphones but she had dismissed his fears.
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