Post-Covid Rehabilitation

Post-Covid Symptoms

Fight against Covid is not completed even when the RT PCR test is negative. Post-Covid symptoms may persist. Covid may cause permanent damage to many organs which can lead to many debilitating disabilities, some are mild and recovered in a month or two, but some are major and are lasting longer popularly known as Long Covid. In a study, it has been seen that in about 70% of patients who recovered from Covid 19, there are some kinds of symptoms. 

Our Post-Covid rehab team consultants are:

  1. Dr. Ayananshu Nayak (Consultant Psychiatrist)
  2. Dr. Arif Azam (Physiotherapist)
  3. Dr. Tapas Poddar (Physician with huge experience of managing Covid patient)
  4. Dr. Gautam Das (Pain Management Physician)
  5. Dr. Subhra Das Mistry (Palliative and Pain management Physician)
  6. Dr. Chinmoy Roy (Rheumatology and Pain management specialist)
  7. Dr. Debjyoti Dutta (Interventional pain specialist)

Our team consists of a dietician, clinical psychologist & other support staff. You can consult any of our consultants by telemedicine. 

If you have pain-related issues after covid consult our pain management specialist doctors; if you are suffering from depression or other psychological issues, consult our psychiatrist; and if you have any other issues consult our physician. Online telemedicine consultation is preferable in this pandemic situation. But we are open for offline physical consultation too.

Call us or send Whatsapp message at +919339657857.

Post-Covid symptoms:

The persistence of post covid symptoms is called Long Covid. Know more about it.

  • Weakness and Fatigue
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Joint pain, muscle pain, bone pain
  • Intractable headaches
  • Chest pain
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Brain fog, impaired memory, and inability to concentrate
  • Loss of taste and/or smell which may persist longer
  • Sleep disturbances

Many of these symptoms are mild and recovered spontaneously. But some symptoms are major and need help of specialist.

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