MRDC carried out Oral Health Check-ups and provided Oral Health Education through Dental Camps. The school students were made to understand the facets of oral hygiene. Distribution of antiseptics, analgesics, tooth brushes and tooth pastes were done. Many patients, especially school children’s were screened and treated.
A total of 110 people were treated & advised by the respected team of physiotherapy professionals. A team of doctors from METRO Hospitals comprising Dr. Ajay Belia & Dr. Ruchi Vohra also provided their expertise to the villagers. Most people were suffering from Anemia, malnutrition and reported with knee pain, back pain and neck pain. Regular exercise, ergonomic advices and life style modification were emphasized upon to halt and alter the deterioration level of the patient. The villagers were counseled about the importance of hygiene & exercises in maintaining a good health. Free health and nutrition counseling was provided under the expert supervision of nutritionist from MRIU Ms. Binu Bhatia and included dietary assessment, body composition analysis and diet plans. The dental department provided services such as tooth extraction, root canal and oral cancer screening among others.
The sarpanch of the village and the president of the marketing association Mr. Yashpal Arora requested the organization to provide a feeder bus service for the ferrying of patients from village to MRIU for comprehensive management of their problems. The villagers have been promised to be provided free health services in physiotherapy and dental department of the university campus.