SuVitas

31
Jul

Effective Indian Diet Plan for Stroke Patients

Indian Diet Plan for Stroke: 5 Tips to Plan a Stroke Survivor’s Plate It is not lifestyle choices but compromises that cause most lifestyle disorders of the day. Instead of finding time planning our meals, we settle down for convenient options. Interestingly, a recent study revealed the majority of stroke-afflicted patients in India consumed white rice, bread, pastas, noodles, pickles,

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21
Jul

Falls in Elderly: How to Give the Right Care

Falls in elderly: How to give the right care India is home to more than 81.6 million elderly citizens (aged above 60 yrs).  Considering the many socio-economic changes including shifting gender roles, trend of nuclear families etc. it is important to address the quality of life of this fastest growing population segment. Preventing non-communicable diseases needs to be a priority

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11
May

SuVitas launches virtual rehab services – Healthcare Radius

The Virtual Rehab Services can be availed through either one-on-one private consultations or by way of group therapy or webinars SuVitas, India’s first transition care chain, which currently runs two state-of-the-art facilities in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, announced the launch of its Virtual Rehab Services, a first of its kind in the country today. With the current situation of the nationwide

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11
May

Dockyard : Put your best foot forward

Individuals who don’t participate in cardiac rehabilitation will need to take the doctor’s consent before starting to exercise. One could slowly begin by doing gentle exercises like walking Cardiovascular Diseases claimed more than 17.5 million cases worldwide, of which at least a third of them previously had heart attacks. Surviving a major cardiac event is an extremely fortunate thing. However,

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8
May

SuVitas launches virtual rehab services in India

SuVitas launches virtual rehab services in India SuVitas, India’s first transition care chain, which currently runs two facilities in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, has announced the launch of its Virtual Rehab Services. SuVitas is now offering personalised consultations via phone and video to ensure that the needs of a population under lockdown are met. The driving vision is that “Rehab Should

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28
Nov

Knee Arthritis (Osteoarthritis)

Knee Arthritis (Osteoarthritis) Knee pain after the age of 50 is a common problem. This pain is almost always due to knee joint osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is an age related degenerative condition which can affect any joint in the body. Since knee joint is a weight bearing joint, it is more commonly affected. What is Osteoarthritis? As the age advances, because

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27
Nov

Rehab vital to save accident victims

Rehab vital to save accident victims Road accidents kill over one lakh Indians every year. About three to four lakhs victims who survive the accidents are left disabled and injured. People lose their professional skills, movement, memory and several other abilities as an aftermath of meeting with accidents. Along with the rising accidents on our roads, there has been a

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8
Nov

Low Pain Management

Low back pain Introduction Low back pain is one of the commonest complaints seen in the pain clinics. According to a survey, low backache affects about 540 million people globally at any point of time. Almost everyone would have had low back pain at some point in their lives. It can affect anyone at any age and its incidence is

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27
Sep

SuVitas Spearheads Big Leap for Transition Care Industry in India

SuVitas Spearheads Big Leap for Transition Care Industry in India India’s first Transition Care chain, SuVitas which currently runs two state-of-the art facilities in Hyderabad and Bengaluru with over 100 private beds, has successfully closed an undisclosed round of funding from a group of investors led by Axon Anaesthesia Associates. The funds received will be utilised to launch several new

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25
Sep

Don’t waste away

Don’t waste away Alzheimer’s day Article Early signs Disrupted sleep is perhaps the only sign of the disease that surfaces much ahead of the development of other cognitive signs like memory loss. Research has shown Alzheimer’s plaques can disrupt sleep, so can interrupted sleep promote the development of the former. Those with sleep efficiency lower than 75 per cent are

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