In addition to its multiple charity projects mentioned above, the foundation launched the Punyaarjan Wound Healing Clinic project in March 2016 to promote Natural Guided Regeneration Therapy (NGRT) for the treatment of chronic wounds, especially related to veins, arteries, diabetes, and leprosy. Through collaboration with Prof. Dr. Nelson R. Pinto (Chile) who is also the initiator of NGRT technology, the foundation conducts training to the local medical doctors and health care personnel, helps in setting up exclusive wound healing clinics under ‘Punyaarjan wound healing clinic management protocol’ and donates a special medical centrifuge ( Intra Spin –The only 510 K cleared device from FDA ) which is required to make L-PRF to the nonprofit health care organizations and hospitals in Nepal. The objectives and tasks it is carrying out under this project are outlined as follows:
L-PRF wound healing is a simple, safe, cost-effective and autologous technology-based approach, suitable for treating chronic wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers, venous ulcers, traumatic ulcers, leprosy foot ulcers, small burns and many more. Punyaarjan Foundation has signed an MOU with the following hospitals in Nepal and abroad to start the “Punyaarjan Wound Healing Clinic” by transferring L-PRF Wound Healing Technology” through Lecture Training, Live Demonstration, and Machine Donation. It provides chronic wound Healing treatment service to the patients adhering to its “Serving Humanity through Science & Technology” initiatives.
By 2019, the foundation established a total of 8 ‘Punyaarjan Wound Healing Clinics’ in Nepal and Myanmar.
Punyaarjan Wound Healing clinic provides free services to those who are not able to pay even the minimal costs of treatment. To achieve its mission of establishing several wound healing clinics in different parts of the country, the foundation is planning to work jointly with multiple corporate organizations and institutions to seek support under their corporate social responsibility (CSR) criteria.