The clinics were inaugurated by the Health Secretary of Tamil Nadu, Dr J Radhakrishnan
US-based digital therapeutics company; JOGO Health has launched three comprehensive rehabilitation clinics in Chengalpattu. Health Secretary of Tamil Nadu, Dr J Radhakrishnan, inaugurated the clinics to the public and addressed the gathering of over 150 medical professionals and the media.
These three clinics set up in three different multispecialty hospitals in Chengalpattu will deliver world-class digital therapy and benefit the public of this region immensely. Dr OV Jayakumar, Dr Akilan, Dr MC Arumugam, and Dr AM Indira, the Directorial leaders of Jeevan Hospital, JSP Hospital, and Sai Fertility & Maternity Hospital respectively were present during the inauguration event.
Sanjai Murali, Founder and CEO, JOGO Health said, “While clinical evidence gave us confidence, new therapeutic modality needs the support of visionary doctors to deliver benefits to patients. We are fortunate to have found many like-minded visionaries in Dr OV Jayakumar, Dr Akilan, Dr MC Arumugam, and Dr Akilan – to set up the very first JOGO Comprehensive Rehab Clinic (JCRC) in India. I am happy that many patients from Chengalpattu and near-by districts will benefit from JOGO therapy.”
“A path-breaking technology like JOGO Digital Therapy, needed brilliant minds and people with foresight, to make it a mainstream healthcare service. We feel vindicated with the gesture of Dr Radhakrishnan, who always encourages technology that benefits the public,” said Shanmugapriyan, Chief Strategist, SE Asia, JOGO Health.
The Clinical Director of JOGO Health, Shyam Ramamurthy said, “JOGO Therapy, has emerged as a definitive replacement to conventional therapies in medical specialities of neurology, pain medicine, cardiology, pulmonology, urology and gastroenterology. Clinical studies conducted in the US and the ones we have planned in India will help us develop treatment modalities for more conditions – I am excited that such advanced work in rehabilitation is happening in India.”
Dr OV Jayakumar, Director, Jeevan Hospital, said “Comprehensive and advanced modalities is the need of the hour for rehabilitation. A clinical evidence-based approach and portable technology pioneered by JOGO is as impressive as their care delivery – I am excited about the positive impact JOGO will have on patients.”