HIGH DEMAND

More Kenyans seek physiotherapy, suffer chronic diseases

A new group is emerging from patients with neurological conditions caused by diabetes, hypertension

In Summary
  • According to the medical superintendent, last month 1,700 patients out of whom 255 are children, were admitted at the facility’s physiotherapy unit.
  • Maina warned that recreation lifestyles and substance abuse were additional factors exerting pressure on

    Executive assistant Menengai Refineries’ MD Simpson Osiemo, Health executive Zachary Gichuki Kariuki and Nakuru Level 5 medical superintendent Aisha Maina during a donation of wheelchairs to the facility's physiotherapy unit.

    image: KNA

    services across the nation.

The number of Kenyans seeking physiotherapy services is increasing due to rising incidents of complications among individuals with chronic illnesses.

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