Amid the nationwide lockdown 3.0 currently underway, Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS), a charitable organization that works toward inclusive welfare of differently-abled individuals, organising ‘Paramarsh’ campaign from today. As a part of the campaign, Senior Doctors will provide free LIVE health consultancy sessions to the differently abled. The campaign is slated to go LIVE from 10th May to 14th May, daily from 10 am onward for 1 hour, on Facebook and Youtube Live.
5 day live sessions, free Medical consultation will be provided to the Non Covid-19
patients and differently abled individuals for common diseases. Medical experts
will provide sessions on Naturopathy, Artificial limbs and Physiotherapy.
As we are
currently faced with a towering global pandemic, several patients are suffering
from serious diseases such as anxiety, depression, fever, cough, lifestyle
induced health problems, thalassemia, Chronic periodontitis, Cholera, Typhoid
and paratyphoid fevers, Osteoporosis, Bone Infection and Bone Tumors, among
others. Patients therefore needs proper diagnostics, treatment and cure.
Seva Sansthan Hospital, Dr. Manas Ranjan Sahu Said, “Differently abled
individuals often goes through day to day life challenges without getting any suitable
medical services to deal with their
serious medical histories. Amid the lockdown, free medical consultation can adequately
address their general health related queries and concerns, while ensuring that
they follow the protective guidelines in fighting COVID 19, as laid out by the
authorities. Moreover, such LIVE online medical and health services are time
and place flexible and anybody, from anywhere can avail of such services from
wherever they are.
On May 10, Orthopaedics Dr. Ankit Chauhan, on May 11th, Naturopathic Dr. Deepa Shukla, on May 12th, Dr. Manas Ranjan Sahu will anchor LIVE sessions on artificial limbs related consultations. Similarly, on May 13th Dr. Vijay Sharma on General Medicine, on May 14th, Dr. Karan Singh Deora will run free of cost consultancy on Physiotherapy.
this, joining the fight against COVID 19, many differently abled individuals
from the NGO are manufacturing PPE kits by following all guidelines laid out by
the Government. The Narayan sewing Centre has been endowed with the
task of manufacturing such protective gears and kits.