Today we celebrate world sickle cell day once again. Genetic disease referring to a condition in which an individual has 2 abnormal HB genes, at least one of which is HBS and the resulting symptomatology or pathology is due to the sickling phenomenon. The normal is HBA click on the link below for more education […]
What is Physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is a health practice that specializes in restoration of function through assessment, treatment and management of diseases and injuries. Physiotherapists utilize various modalities including exercise therapy, electrotherapy, manual therapy to treat and return patients to optimal movement and function. Physiotherapists work with clients of all ages, from day old babies to […]
– Brush your teeth twice daily, in the morning and the last thing before bedtime.-visit your dentist twice a year that translates into every 6months.– Do not visit only when there is pain.(toothache,gum pain or sinusitis).– In actual fact toothache is very avoidable if u visit regularly.(tiny cavities are seen earlier and then filled so […]
14th November 2020 marks world Diabetes day. Diabetes requires a multidisciplinary management approach.Nurses are key in the management process and professional nursing care leads to good diabetic care/control. Pass by our clinics for screening. Read Attached for more info on Diabetes
As we enter PINK OCTOBER let’s remind ourselves of the facts about the deadly but very preventable cancer. Let’s share with our colleagues, friends and family on the need to be aware of ourselves and report early to the hospital. Pass by any of our branches for free BREAST screening. Thank you. “GIVE HOPE, SAVE LIVES”.
Trust we are all staying safe from COVID – 19. As the world marks heart day on the 29th of September, let’s remind ourselves of what gives us life ;THE HEART.Attached is salient facts about maintenance of a healthy heart. Let’s share with our team,friends and family.
28th July 2020 “FIND THE MISSING MILLIONS”Worldwide, 290 million people are living with viral hepatitis unaware. Without finding the undiagnosed and giving them care, millions will continue to suffer and lives will be lost.