Kamineni Hospitals Launches Prostate Health Campaign on International Men’s Day 

Kamineni Hospitals Launches Prostate Health Campaign on International Men’s Day 

Hyderabad: In today’s fast-paced world, where the demands of daily life often take center stage, it is crucial to shine a spotlight on the significance of men’s mental health. Simultaneously, the alarming rise in the incidence of prostate cancer adds urgency to the need for comprehensive healthcare awareness. In an effort to address these pressing concerns, Kamineni Hospitals is taking the lead in initiating a campaign that encourages men to prioritize their mental well-being and raises awareness about the growth of prostate cancer.

On International Men’s Day, November 19th, we are introducing a Prostate Health Check-up Package at just INR 1299, down from INR 4140. This Prostate Health Package addresses more than just prostate concerns. Along with specialist consultations, including Sr Creatinine, PSA, USG, and CUE, it also includes crucial health checks for job-related stress, such as the Uroflowmetry Test and a Height/Weight/BP Check-up. Take a proactive step for your well-being and join us in promoting men’s health on this special occasion. The limited offer is available from 19th November to 31st December at Kamineni Hospitals – LB Nagar, Hyderabad.

Dr. V. Vishnu Vardhana Reddy, Senior Urologist at Kamineni Hospitals, states, “Prostate cancer demands our attention and proactive engagement. I emphasize the importance of routine screenings and comprehensive health discussions to detect and address prostate cancer early. Beyond the physical aspects, acknowledging the mental and emotional toll of a prostate cancer diagnosis is crucial. A supportive network, mental resilience, and a well-informed approach are indispensable in the face of this challenge. Let’s work together to raise awareness, foster understanding, and provide the necessary resources for a holistic approach to prostate cancer care.”

“Prostate cancer goes beyond its physical toll, deeply affecting mental well-being,” says Dr. Srikanth Marla, Senior Urologist at Kamineni Hospitals. “From the initial diagnosis to the challenges of treatment and recovery, individuals face a range of emotions, including fear and anxiety. The uncertainties surrounding the disease and the impact on relationships can contribute to significant stress. It’s vital for those dealing with prostate cancer to prioritize their mental health, seek support from healthcare professionals, foster open communication, and access resources that contribute to overall resilience during this challenging journey.”

Recent statistics highlight a concerning trend in the prevalence of prostate cancer, emphasizing the critical need for early detection and proactive health measures. The increasing rates underscore the importance of not only physical health but also mental well-being, as mental health plays a pivotal role in overall wellness. Kamineni Hospitals recognizes the interconnectedness of these issues and is committed to facilitating prostate checkups.

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