One of the premier private healthcare providers in Eastern India, AMRI Hospitals Mukundapur has launched a hernia screening clinic to offer expert diagnostic services to the people. The patients can avail hernia screening packages for Rs 2,500, which include ultrasound (whole abdomen) and bilateral groin. The Hernia screening clinic is open five days a week, from Monday to Friday, 10 am – 5 pm.
Various medical surveys show that Hernia is common in India. Millions of people suffer from this problem in our country. While most hernias aren’t life-threatening, the medical condition can cause severe pain if left untreated. In some cases, the flow of blood to the part of an organ can be cut off due to hernia, which could result in a fatal outcome. This is the reason why it is important to know about it and seek quick treatment, in case you experience any symptom of hernia.
Anyone can develop a hernia, irrespective of their age or gender. It is a direct result of physical strain and muscle weakness. These two can be caused by several factors. Muscle weakness is most often age-related or caused by a congenital defect, leaving a small opening in the abdominal wall. It can also occur due to a chronic cough and damage to the muscle, caused by a surgery or injury. A hernia never goes away on its own and can cause a lot of complications.
AMRI Hospitals Mukundapur, aims at safeguarding lives with the launch of the hernia screening clinic. Steadfast in its commitment towards delivering the best medical services, all the units of AMRI hospitals have made a major difference in the lives of the patients.
Offering medical services with utmost value in the most cost effective manner, AMRI Hospitals Mukundapur has come up with a robust initiative to ensure proper Hernia care for healthy living.
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