Due to public demand, LifeCare Hospital will be contacting another Free Spine Clinic this Saturday.
This is after hundreds of patients who missed out during the previous free camp requested for the hospital to consider staging another clinic.
The free clinic will now take place at LifeCare Hospital this Friday 3rd October, 2020, from 8AM to 4AM.
Patients experiencing back pains, numbness in legs and hands have been given another opportunity to take advantage of this upcoming spine clinic at the facility. The hospital will offer free joint, spine and deformity screening by orthopedic surgeons.
Key areas will include Arthritis, joint pain, among others.
The consultants have also specialised in hydrocephalus, spine diseases as well as brain tumors.
The hospital, which has been carrying on with the exercise for the last four months, benefiting the residents in Bungoma County and it’s environs.
According to the hospital management, the multi-specialty facility is committed to providing first class healthcare of international standards to all individuals within Bungoma and extended areas.
LifeCare Hospitals comprises of a panel of the finest nationwide and international healthcare experts, working in its state of art facilities in Kenya. They provide both inpatient and outpatient services and are accredited by the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF), thus, spine patients can as well pay using their medical insurance cards.
For those cases such as nerve root compression that may require decompression surgery as the definitive treatment, the facility will utilize their modular operation theatre to ensure the conduct of safe surgeries.
In order to enhance our diagnostic capacity, they have installed ultra-modern imaging services including a 16 – slice CT scan, a 1.5 Tesla MRI, digital x-rays and ultrasonography services.
This will be the second time LifeCare Hospital will be conducting a free spine clinic after doing so on 4th September, 2020.
The introduction of spine services will now be a a relieve to residents who have been camping on roads to far towns in search of treatment.
For inquries, one can call 0775 825478 Or
0789 357 796.