Healthspring, providers of primary healthcare services, have recently introducedCOVID Recovery Packages in all clinics located in Mumbai and Pune.
COVID-19 symptoms are known to persist for months after initial recovery andthe virus can harmone’s lungs, heart and brain, which also increases the risk of long-term health complications. Elder people and patients with serious medical conditions are more susceptible and experience the lingering COVID-19 symptoms.
To combat this, Healthspring has specially curated COVID recovery packages for people who are either diagnosed with COVID-19 or have recovered from the infection. The package is inclusive of comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluation and care.
Commenting on the development, Dr. Gautam Sen, Chairman and Founder of Healthspring said,“India has been valiantly battling COVID-19, and we are determined to emerge victorious. At Healthspring, we aim to help all our patrons to fight Covid-19 fearlessly. We have carefully designed the specialCOVID Recovery Packagesfor members to ensure their wellbeing and avoid any further health-related risks in these challenging times.”
As per a recent study, most people who are diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) recover completely within a few weeks. However, it has been observed that some people -including those who had mild versions of the disease – continue to experience symptoms after their initial recovery. Some of the most common symptoms of Covid-19 include Fatigue, Shortness of breath, Cough, Joint pain, Chest pain, Mental Fog, and Concentration problem amongst others.
Evidence indicates that patients who have recovered from COVID-19 at home might be prone forprolonged sickness despite testing negative for the disease. These personalized packages are inclusive of everything one needs likeIn-house and Multi- Speciality Consults, Critical Pathology Tests, COVID Assessment, Physiotherapy Consult, Psychological Counselling, Diet Recommendation, and much more thatwillaidone in their journey to recovery right from the time of diagnosis.