First Filipino in UAE to Receive Parkinson’s Disease Treatment in King’s college hospital london dubai
Nowadays, all eyes are on the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as it continues to rampage and claim the lives of hundreds and thousands of people all over the world. However COVID-19 isn’t the only deadly disease that many people deal with every day. There are also those considered as silent killers such as Parkinson’s Disease, which affects the brain of its victim.
King's College Hospital London (Dubai Hills)15th December 2020
This is a note to express my profound gratitude and convey my sincere thanks for what you have done in controlling my Parkinson’s disease. I came to you about 8 months ago after having consulted and treated by 3 eminent Neurologists. I came with no hopes as my condition was worsening rapidly even though I was taking 11 tablets round the clock! After a thorough clinical assessment, you changes my medication while questioning the rationale of many medicines that I had been prescribed earlier and was taking regularly
Dr. Lt Col A RavikumarProfessor, Director, Head of Clinical Services - ENT
Being diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s, I’ve been to several medical institutions and visited many Doctors. Although King’s College Hospital Dubai had referred me to King’s College Hospital in London; while preparing for my travel to UK, I received great news that Dr. Vinod Metta shall be visiting King’s College Hospital Dubai and an appointment was booked for me.
King's College Hospital London (Dubai Hills)Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance at Al Rashideen Group
Dr. Alshehhi21st August 2020
Thank you so much for today Dr Mehta really appreciates all your help and attention. My mom was able to walk out to be discharged and is home now eating dinner.