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South African chiropractic doctors perform life-saving miracle on a student who suffered with seizure

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Swift action by two South African doctors from the International Medical University have performed a life-saving exercise on a Telecommunication Engineering student Ali Satti Alsayed during a World Spine Day event at the Asia Pacific University (APU) in Kuala Lumpur.

Acting on a SOS call Chiropractic Lecturers, Dr Kumaran Devindran Pillay and Dr Kamal Parbhoo sprang into action after being approached by  APU Senior Lecturer  Dr Shankar Duraikannan

The emergency treatment occurred at about midday at the Spinal Screening ahead of the World Spine Day that takes place in October.

Dr Pillay and  Dr Parbhoo found Ali lying on his side in a clonic state for almost several minutes. Both the doctors performed various emergency procedures to help him recover from the ordeal.  According to Dr Pillay, the student regained consciousness after 15 minutes of treatment.   Ali was immediately rushed to the APU’s Medical Clinic where he underwent further medical tests.

Dr Pillay said:  “Ali’s vital signs greatly improved and he was discharged, heaping huge praises on the doctors for giving him a second chance in life.”

Ali said, if it was not for IMU arranging the World Spine Day Spinal Screening things may have turned out differently.   “The world needs more of such skilled and empathetic doctors because life is too short and can change in a split second,”  added Ali.

Ashok Ramsarup is award-winning senior journalist of South Africa 🇿🇦 

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