top of page
  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Nephrocare India Held a Walkathon to Commemorate its Second Anniversary

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Nephrocare India celebrated its two years of prosperous operation. To promote the idea of regular, brisk walking for 30 minutes, they organised a walkathon called "A walk for your kidney." About 400 people participated in the walkathon, and celebrities matched their steps to help spread the word about the health benefits of walking. The walk began at Nephrocare and concluded at the Golden Tulip Hotel. After the event, Dr. Pratim Sengupta, the adored director, gave a message over tea.

Nephrocare's goal is to offer complete, compassionate care at a reasonable cost while treating each patient uniquely. Since each person has unique challenges, all diagnosis and treatment decisions are based on pathology and laboratory reporting supplemented with a great deal of logical inference. This allows us to consider the human body with all of its functionality linearly and understandably. Every human has a physical body, a mental body, a spiritual body, and an endless energy body. Our laboratory research provides us with information about our physical illnesses, but each of the other three facets of our existence contains a substantial portion of any diseased state. By adhering to the definition of treatments found in textbooks, reaching that domain is frequently disregarded or ignored. Nephrologist Dr. Pratim Sengupta, founder and director of Nephro Care, stated that they have successfully worked for the past two years to prevent kidney disease and treat it.

Treatment for metabolic disorders is expensive, time-consuming, and requires a lot of effort. Their motto at Nephrocare is "prevention is better than cure works best," especially for a resource-constrained nation like India. One of the main causes of many health problems is lifestyle disease, which can only be treated or reversed by altering one's way of living. At Nephrocare, they genuinely think that many of their health issues can be resolved with just 30 minutes of vigorous walking each day. Numerous notable people attended the event, including Dr Pratim Sengupta, the founder and director of Nephro Care; filmmaker Nandita Roy; director Shiboprosad Mukherjee; CEO of the ILS Group of Hospital Dr Tirthankar Bagchi; secretary of the Mohun Bagan Club Debasish Dutta; director of the Golden Tulip Hotel Ashish Mittal, among many others.

Pic - Krishnendu Kundu


Related Posts

See All


Commenting has been turned off.

Featured Stories

Read Next

bottom of page