Satori Healthcare launches trans-disciplinary healthcare centre in Margao

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Goakhabar: Satori Healthcare, a franchisee of Preventia Healthcare company,
Mumbai has launched its first, trans-disciplinary healthcare centre in Fatorda,
Margao.
In a press conference held in the city on Thursday, Karan Sajnani, founder,
Satori Healthcare told media persons that his company took pride in taking the
integrative route to healthcare, offering a number of medical and therapeutic
disciplines under one roof.
According to Sajnani, the USP of their company was to offer effective curative
healthcare solutions in a non-invasive manner.
The flagship centre in Fatorda will offer a number of services ranging from
curative to preventive healthcare. Satori Healthcare will treat a spectrum of
conditions ranging from chronic cases of pain, neurological conditions and
neurodevelopmental disorders to spinal issues, sports injuries, obesity,
addiction, insomnia, mental health issues and a lot more.
Satori’s mental health wing is particularly strong offering the cutting edge
methods of practical psychology which is suitable for dealing with complex
mental, psychiatric and psychological issues without the use of internal
medication.
At the other end of the spectrum, Satori will offer a wide range of relaxation and
de-stressing therapies, and even has a robust beauty programme called “Allure”
which works towards women’s health and beauty.
“Our company’s mission is to improve the quality of life of humanity and future
generations to come,” Sajnani said and emphasised that his company envisions
a future, where healthcare is non-invasive and highly effective.
One of Satori’s key offerings to its customers is the BPM therapy, which
according to Sajnani is a special integration of ancient Indian healthcare
methods and Ayurveda. “BPM Therapy is a renaissance of heritage healthcare
sciences and is appreciated across the industry for offering faster recovery and
rehabilitation in a number of cases,” said Sajnani.

Satori Healthcare plans to spread its reach all over the state soon with sub-
franchises and partnerships across various industries. For this, Satori has
partnered with institutes such as Victor hospitals, Norbert’s Fitness and a few
organisations in the hospitality industry. In the next few seasons, Satori plans to
work towards developing serious healthcare tourism in the state of Goa.
According to Sajnani, his company was keen to support the community in Goa
and present estimates indicated that a majority of their current clientele were
locals and people residing in Goa.
The company’s therapeutic elements on offer at the flagship centre in Fatorda
consist of BPM therapy, yoga therapy, ayurveda, sound therapy, movement
therapy, physiotherapy and they have visiting consultants of a number of
disciplines as well.
Satori has applied to the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals &
Healthcare providers (NABH) for a license and could be only the third NABH
accredited wellness centre in the country.
Presently, the centre offers day-care services, six-days a week.
For more details visit—www.satorihealthcare.in