RAK launches unique maternity programme
Dubai, April 14, 2013
RAK Hospital has launched its unique Royal Maternity Programme for mothers-to-be offering holistic, multidisciplinary and family centered full range of services covering antenatal to postnatal care.
The program is designed to provide a royal experience to the woman and her family members, a statement from the hospital said.
From conception to delivery, the programme offers complete care and pampers the mothers-to-be in a distinctive way, creating a delightful journey starting from prenatal visits until delivery and post delivery care.
“I believe we are the only hospital in the entire country providing such an excellent proposition combining usual maternity services with specialised spa treatments in turn pampering the expectant mother in every possible way. Becoming a mother is a special journey and we at RAK Hospital endeavor to take this journey with every mother-to-be, starting from pre-conception till delivery and providing care beyond that too,” said Raza Siddiqui, executive director, RAK Hospital.
“Our unique programme offers 24/7 access to obstetrician, royal delivery suites, private prenatal classes by experienced midwife, special antenatal exercise programme, birth preparation and baby care classes, prenatal maternity sessions at our luxurious spa and much more.”
“Post delivery services include lactation support and advice for breast-feeding mothers, nutritional diet from our of 'a la carte' menu, daily postnatal checks by the obstetrician, choice of therapies from the spa, and individualised exercise programme by Swiss physiotherapist among others,” Siddiqui said.
“Providing a combination of absolute safety, ultimate luxury and unparalleled hospitality wherein at every step, the expectant mother feels special, the exceptional experience helps them at every step starting from the first assessment to delivery and beyond. This is designed to provide comprehensive, well-rounded approach to healing where sound medical focus and the power of complementary therapies are integrated in a perfect way to offer the best.”
“The programme offers seamless combination of spa treatments alongside scientific medical programmes, providing a one-stop?service for optimising the health, appearance and well?being of expectant mothers. With the royal maternity package you embark on the miraculous journey of bringing a happy, healthy child into this world,” Siddiqui added.
Dr Punam Bijlani, clinical head – plastic, aesthetics and reconstructive surgery at RAK Hospital, said: “Craving some pampering during pregnancy is normal and an indulgence for a day or two at a spa can lift a sagging spirit and it has scientific value as well. Ante natal and post natal massages by trained masseurs are customised for each individual woman.”
“In the antenatal period - a massage when you're pregnant can be a wonderful way to ease an aching back, stiff shoulders and sore hips. It can also pep up your mood and get those feel-good, pain-relieving endorphins flowing around your body, leaving you relaxed and refreshed,” she said. “The leg treatment reduces water retention and provides an instant lightness and freshness to tired and swollen feet while increasing circulation and restoring energy to fatigued legs.”
“Post delivery period is very vital as well therefore the post natal massages and treatments focus on lymphatic drainage and deep massage to reduce ‘saddle bags’ Special massages to relieve tension in the neck and shoulders, back fatigue, weakness in abdominal muscles and overall body strain post-delivery. Skin care treatments such as exfoliation re-texturises, clarifies, smoothens and refines skin texture,” added Dr Punam. – TradeArabia News Service
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