On the occasion of World Stroke Day, Parul Sevashram Hospital in Vadodara embarked on a mission to prevent strokes and enhance stroke survivors’ quality of life through innovative rehabilitation methods. The hospital celebrated this crucial day by hosting a two-day event that not only raised awareness about stroke prevention but also showcased groundbreaking assistive devices and provided education to physiotherapists.
Parul Sevashram Hospital Conferred With Prestigious “Best Rehab Innovation” Award
Parul Sevashram Hospital, renowned for its commitment to stroke care and rehabilitation, recently received the prestigious “Best Rehab Innovation” award at the Stroke Conclave, presented by the Voice Of Healthcare Awards in Gandhinagar. This recognition underlines their dedication to enhancing the lives of stroke survivors.
Stroke, often referred to as a “brain attack,” is a leading cause of disability worldwide. Approximately 90% of strokes are preventable when the risk factors are identified and addressed. Every year on October 29th, World Stroke Day serves as a global reminder of the importance of stroke prevention.
An Effort To Spread Awareness
In an effort to raise awareness about stroke signs, symptoms, and emergency procedures, the hospital organized campaigns aimed at educating the public. Dr. Komal Patel, Medical Director at Parul Sevashram Hospital, stressed the importance of taking action to tackle stroke, emphasizing that this proactive approach can make a significant difference in saving lives.
During the event, physiotherapists demonstrated the use of modern assistive devices, highlighting how stroke survivors can regain their independence in daily activities such as combing hair, eating, and drinking water. Additionally, a comprehensive workshop was held to educate physiotherapists in Vadodara about stroke prevention, management, and rehabilitation.
Dr. Ankit Shah and Dr. Mohit Shah, neurophysicians at Parul Sevashram Hospital, shared their commitment to improving stroke awareness and patient care. They highlighted the hospital’s dedicated Neuro Rehabilitation Center, where a holistic approach to stroke patient care is offered. This includes services by experienced neurophysicians, neuro physiotherapy, Panchkarma, and acupuncture, all aimed at enhancing the rehabilitation process for stroke survivors.
Parul Sevashram Hospital’s World Stroke Day celebration serves as a beacon of hope, encouraging everyone to take a proactive role in preventing strokes, saving lives, and improving the well-being of stroke survivors. Their innovative approaches to stroke care and rehabilitation set a shining example for the healthcare community.