Wockhardt Hospital celebrates kite flying festival with patients
More than 50 patients from cardiac, orthopedic and physiotherapy ailments participated in The Kite Flying Festival to give a positive message to the community
Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road, Mumbai, in a bid to celebrate Makar Sankranti, organised a kite flying festival at Joggers Park. More than 50 patients, including adults and kids, who have undergone successful treatment for cardiac, orthopedic and physiotherapy ailments, participated to send a healthy message to the community that any obstacle in life can be defeated.
Makar Sankranti is celebrated across India and the day is synonymous to kite flying as well. This year, Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road, came forward for the betterment of its patients and arranged Kite Flying Festival in the hospital to give patients a message that no matter what disease they suffer from, they should never get bogged down or give up. They patients should get freedom from diseases, fly high with good health, and the string should be controlled by them on their own by adopting a healthy lifestyle modification such as staying physically active and following healthy eating habits.
Dr Pankaj Dhamija, Centre Head, Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road, said, “We pledge on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti, to get our patients and customers out of the darkness of diseases and suffering towards the bright light of health and happiness.”