NEWS & MEDIA
MyCEB extends its MyCSR programme at ReGen Rehab Hospital
Bernama, 18 Dec 2019
Linking behaviour to brain
The Star, 10 Nov 2019
Health Matters with Dishern Kumar: Trauamtic Brain Injury
Astro Awani, 15 Aug 2019
5 Tips To Maintain Good Sitting Posture At Work
ReGen Rehab, 9 Sep 2019
Bear the weight, strengthen your bones
ReGen Rehab, 7 May 2019
The role of Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine
ReGen Rehab, 2 May 2019
Getting mobile again after a hip fracture
Star2.com, 26 Apr 2019
Growing older is not always fun, specifically in terms of health and fitness. You suddenly start to develop aches and pains, you’re no longer as eagle-eyed as you used to be, and forget about easily stretching out when it comes to those yoga poses. You might discover that you have high blood pressure (hypertension) or diabetes or arthritis, and your waistline may not be as svelte as it used to be either. More insidious is that your balance becomes poorer, your reflexes become slower and your bone density also decreases – this, unfortunately, is a recipe for falls and fractures.Read more...
Ambil langkah awal kuatkan tulang
Kosmo Online, 19 Apr 2019
The art of wheelchair to car transfers for caregivers
Healthcare Today, 5 Mar 2019
Caring for elderly patients with orthopaedic problems
Healthcare Today, 7 Feb 2019
Hospital ReGen Rehab bantu rawat DOC
Hello Doktor, 7 Jan 2019
ReGen Rehabilitation targets at least one hospital in each major state in Malaysia
The Sun Daily, 21 Nov 2018
PETALING JAYA: ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd, which recently launched its ReGen Rehabilitation Hospital in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, aims to open at least one hospital in each major state in Malaysia. The hospital, which is the first private rehabilitation hospital in Malaysia, is a 60:40 joint venture between Khazanah Nasional Bhd and US-based rehabilitation provider, Select Medical Holdings Corp.
Kepakaran holistik mudahkan rawatan rehabilitasi
NTV7, 2 Oct 2019
Moving forward with rehab agenda
The Star, 28 Sep 2018
SPECIALIST rehabilitation medicine provider ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd has unveiled Malaysia’s first private rehabilitation hospital. The 96-bed standalone rehabilitation hospital has been operating since Aug 1. In conjunction with the unveiling, ReGen Rehab has also launched its “Let There Be Hope”, aimed at making rehabilitation available to all Malaysians.
Rehabilitation hospital launched in Petaling Jaya
The Star, 21 Sep 2018
PETALING JAYA: Khazanah Nasional Bhd has launched Malaysia’s first 96-bedded rehab hospital in the heart of Petaling Jaya, Selangor, called the Regen Rehabilitation Hospital. The hospital is owned by Khazanah (60%) and New York Stock Exchange-listed Select Medical Holdings Corp (40%) that is parked under ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd with an initial investment of RM100mil.
New Straits Times, 14 Sep 2018
Problems in basic brain functions can be highly debilitating, and getworse over time. It is believed that there are currently 50,000 Malaysians suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. This is concerning enough, but even more worrying is the fact that many of them are not only undiagnosed, but are also not aware that they need cognitive rehabilitation instead of relying on medication alone.
Treating cognitive disorders through rehab
MalayMail, 6 Sep 2018
IT’S heartbreaking for anyone to see a loved one become ill and physically disabled. But it may be even more devastating to live with a family member who’s in good physical health but suffers from serious cognitive impairment. According to rehabilitation physician and ReGen Rehabilitation International Sdn Bhd chief medical officer Prof Dr Lydia Abdul Latif, neurocognitive disorder refers to a spectrum of illnesses that can impact a person’s cognitive functions.
Setahun murung, enggan keluar rumah
Kosmo, 17 Aug 2018
Hidup dengan Parkinson
Harian Metro, 29 Jul 2018
Selepas 32 tahun bertarung dengan penyakit kronik degeneratif, Parkinson, Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr menghembuskan nafas terakhir pada Jun 2016 apabila berlaku komplikasi pernafasan di sebuah hospital di Arizona, Amerika Syarikat (AS). Cassius Clay atau lebih dikenali sebagai Muhammad Ali, legenda tinju dunia yang juga ikon abad ke-20 meninggal dunia ketika usianya mencecah 74 tahun selepas didiagnosis menghidap penyakit saraf progresif itu pada 1984.
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