Communicate the energy and consciousness of devotion to God through coordination of Garba with exercise
Regular exercises and yoga are done by the physiotherapy department to refresh and energise the patients of Covid ward of Sayaji hospital, as well as to keep the oxygen level stable through regulation of respiratory functions. Laughter and music therapy are also associated with it. The purpose of these experiments is to keep the patients happy, cultivate positivity in their psyche and speed up the healing process.
This morning’s exercise was given a new dimension as Garba is associated with it by the team. Garba mode exercises were conducted in Covid ward on Tuesday and the patients undergoing treatment were able to enjoy the devotional festival of Navratri along with the benefits of exercise. AP and Nodal Officer, Physiotherapy, Dr. Chetna Seju in coordination with the Administrative Nodal Officer of Covid Facility, Dr. OB Belim created a new atmosphere in the ward and also in patients.
Purani Sanjaybhai undergoing treatment there said, it was lots of fun to garba with exercise and the body become very relaxed. They feel that they are suffering from any disease.
Dr. Chetna said, rules of the government regarding Navratri should be followed and the patients who are undergoing treatment here should get the divine joy of Navratri is what they tried to do. , the festival of mother worship. She stated that adequate vigilance was taken of the oxygen level and physical condition of patients during this coordinated experiment of exercise and garba. Her team is happy that this experiment is increasing the level of pleasure in patients.
In the planning of this experiment, Dr. Vaishali Mistry, Dr. Hetvi Bhavsar and Dr. Khushbu Parmar were assisted in planning of this experiment. Administrative Nodal Officer Dr. Belim also congratulated the team for following all the guidelines and make the patients feel the joy of Navratri.
Dr Belim said Corona affects the lungs and heart and thickens the blood. Garba then regulates blood circulation and normalizes the heart rhythm. It also exercises the lungs. Advisor Dr. Minu Patel also considers this experiment as encouraging.