KIIT-KIMS will offer spine treatment in tribal areas


Bhubaneshwar: The Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI) has expressed their willingness to partner with KIIT-KIMS and offer critical spine related care and treatment to the tribal people of Odisha.

The new intention was formulated during the inaugural ceremony of the Spine 2022 instruction course here which is attended by leading spine surgeons from across India.

ASSI President Dr Shankar Acharya said the association is focused on building a new cadre of spine surgeons, among other areas, including providing essential training to ensure the best treatment. .

He also highlighted awareness of road accident prevention and proper care of the elderly, efforts that can go a long way toward better management of spine-related conditions.

The main guest of the ceremony was the founder of the KIIT group of institutions, Dr. Achyuta Samanta. Addressing the gathering, ASSI Secretary Dr. Gautam Zaveri requested the help of Dr. Samanta and his organization in organizing camps, examining patients and performing surgeries in the tribal areas of Odisha .

“We would like to partner with your organization and see if we can take it further into the tribal areas of Odisha and set up camps. Our surgeons will go there and perform operations. intensive in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh and it will be a great opportunity to partner with you and launch a similar initiative,” he said.

Dr. Samanta gave his support to the initiative and said that KIMS also runs health centers in remote and remote areas for the benefit of poor and tribal people. He also invited conference attendees to visit the KISS campus which offers free education and boarding for tribal students.

The event which will end on November 6 is organized by the Odisha Orthopedic Association. The theme of the event is “the cervical spine”.

RMRC Director, Bhubaneswar Sanghamitra Pati, the guest of honor, sought greater synergy between researchers and physicians for better spinal care.

The Organizing Chair, Dr. Madan Mohan Sahoo and Dr. Jitendra Kumar Rout spoke on this occasion.


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