Pune, October 10, 2018: Having a comfortable old age is a most common concern amongst all. With an aim to answer the queries and create awareness regarding healthy and comforting old age, Silver Homes along with ONP (Oyster and Pearl) Hospital is launching ‘Arogyapoorna Vaardhakya’ a symposium on Geriatrics on Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 11 am at ONP Tulip Hospital, Gokhalenagar.
‘Arogyapoorna Vaardhakya’ is a health talk series for Senior citizens which will have enlightening sessions by noted specialist in their field of work. Entry to the sessions is free for everyone but registration is mandatory. The first session of this health talk series will have eminent doctors talking on General Health, Orthopaedic, neurological health, lifestyle and other medical problems.
Dr Amita Phadnis, CMD, ONP Hospital will be talking on General Health with spiritual perspective. Renowned spine surgeon, Dr. Satishchandra Gore will enlighten the audience on spine issues and care. City based physician, Dr. Sayali Tulpule will talk about Lifestyle diseases like diabetes, BP etc. Dr. Joy Ghose will be highlighting on the prevention and early detection of cancer. And, Dr. Vishal Deshpande will be discussing neurological problems, Dementia and overall correct body posture during the session.
In order to register for the event, please contact 8669667513/ 8975831037. Also, the upcoming sessions will cover yoga, fitness in old age with demonstration, individual consultations, physiotherapy, alternative medicine etc.
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