While medical emergencies amid lockdown have been a problem for many, Chennai-based Health Travellers Worldwide’s knowledge-sharing series has found great response in Northeast India.
HTW is providing access through its platform to patients, especially from Northeast India to avail critical healthcare advices.
It has roped in some top specialist doctors to offer their services for free to patients in the backward areas of northeast India and Bhutan.
The Chennai-based firm has curated top doctors from across the country and through their Facebook Live Series every Saturday at 4 pm.
At 4 pm on May 23, HTW will bring expert physician Dr. Wasim, who specializes in preventative and wellness medicine, with renowned host Dr. Gayatri Ghadiok.
Dr. Wasim will come up with tips on a healthy diet, de-addiction during lockdown, sleep hygiene, as well as maintaining sexual health amid the pandemic.
He is a qualified modern medical doctor with DFM in Family Medicine and MRCGP from Royal College, London.
Dr. Wasim has postgraduate degrees in both Ayurveda and Acupuncture as well and he uses this comprehensive knowledge to offer precision and customized wellness solutions.
He is the director of Crates Wellness which focuses on the prevention of diseases.
Crates Wellness offers customized Lifestyle Risk Analysis for patients as well as Comprehensive Gene Analysis and Oxygen Therapy, which is known for its benefits in numerous areas.
Join the knowledge-sharing series on Saturday for an informative session on Physical Well being.
People can ask questions and get immediate answers.
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Accredited by NABH, the Health Travellers Worldwide is a health advisory firm that helps critically ill patients seeking quality healthcare services abroad.
During the lockdown, HTW has been running ‘Voluntary Virtual Clinic’ with top doctors from India for complex and critical illnesses, and got fantastic response.
Zakariah Ahmed, Founder and Chief Mentor HTW hails from Guwahati, and his team in HTW helped people from some of the remote areas in the Northeast India to arrange ambulances, and to reach nearest hospitals.