Smt.Syamaladevi garu expressed happiness over the success of the free medical camp organized in Mughaltur on the occasion of Krishnam Raju garu’s birth anniversary.

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The inaugural UKIDFF health camp took place in Mogaltur on January 20th, marking the birth anniversary of the visionary late Sri Krishnam Raju garu at his birthplace. Under the leadership of Dr. Venu Kavarthapu and coordination by Smt. Shyamala Uppalapati and Praseedha Uppalapati, a diverse team of diabetic foot specialists and doctors from the UK, UAE, and India, including 40 doctors, participated. The Indian team, representing Apollo Hospital Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad led by Dr. Srinivas Seshabattaru, Dr. Varma group of hospitals in Bhimavaram led by Dr. Varma, and Imperial Hospital, Bhimavaram led by Dr. Naresh, performed Diabetic Foot Screening, provided free medicines, offered advice on diabetic foot protection, conducted wound treatment, and provided wound care advice. Over 1000 patients attended the camp, making it a grand success. This camp was Rebel Star’s vision. The patients from the camp will be adopted by the charity and given regular checkups and treatment based on the severity of the cases. More such camps will be conducted in the future. The collaborative efforts of the international medical team and the commitment to ongoing care for the patients demonstrate a commendable initiative for diabetic foot health.
Smt. Shyamala Uppalapati says “I am filled with joy to see the tremendous success of the inaugural camp held on Sri Krishnam raju garu’s birthday in his birthplace, Mogalthuru. The deep connection he had with this place made it even more special. Witnessing numerous patients seeking treatment for severe diabetic foot problems brought immense satisfaction. The event not only treated patients but also raised awareness, contributing to a greater understanding of these health issues. Sri Krishnam Raju Garu always cared deeply about providing health and education to everyone and I am glad to take his vision forward through me and our family. I am genuinely pleased with how everything unfolded.” Sai Praseedha’s participation adds a unique dimension to the event, highlighting a broader sense of support and involvement. She says “We are honored to have my mother, Mrs. Shyamala Uppalapati as the first registrant for our medical camp. Her enthusiasm and support reflect her commitment and dedication towards the betterment of the health and well-being of the community. We aim to do more such camps as we move forward.”