First ‘Post Kovid Rehabilitation Center’ inaugurated in Maharashtra | Palava News

First ‘Post Kovid Rehabilitation Center’ inaugurated in Maharashtra | Palava News
Initiative by KDMC and Kalyan IMA

Kalyan 26 October:
After recovering from corona, patients face various problems. As a solution, the first Kovid Rehabilitation Center in Maharashtra was inaugurated today in Kalyan. The center was inaugurated by Dr. Eknath Shinde, Minister of Urban Development and Thane District Patron at Matoshree Shamubai Lohana Samaj Hall at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk.

After recovering from Kovid, many people suffer from various physical and mental problems. Whether it is related to respiration (fibrosis), use of organs or something else.

Given the increasing number of such patients, a post Kovid rehabilitation center was urgently needed. Accordingly, KDMC Commissioner Drs. Vijay Suryavanshi embodied this post Covid Center through Kalyan IMA.

There are also many examples of patients recovering from Covid had got severe health issues.

During the inauguration, Patron Minister Eknath Shinde advised that the crisis of Covid-19 is not over yet and we are obliged to take necessary care including masks. Although we are healed by Covid-19, we are not healed completely. Lung physiotherapy is the most important thing that we do and we do it at home. Shinde lauded the KDMC and Kalyan IMA, saying that this first post Kovid Care Center in Kalyan would definitely benefit these patients.

The Post Kovid Rehabilitation Center will be open daily from 4 pm to 5.30 pm. Ashwini Patil, dr. Prashant Gavankar has made special efforts for this. Dr. Manisha Lal, Dr. Manali Jain, Dr. Ritu Biswas, Dr. Hetal Shah and Dr. Darshan Palade will be treated by 5 physiotherapists.

At the inauguration ceremony, MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde, Mayor Vinita Rane, Leader of the Opposition Rahul Damle, Leader of the House Prakash Penkar, Councilor Sachin Basre, Shreyas Samal, Deepesh Mhatre, Dr. Kalyan IMA. Pradeep Kumar Sangale, Dr. Isha Pansare, Vimal Thakkar etc. were present.