The Story Behind Healing Hands

The Story Behind Healing Hands

Bansi Lakhani is the original founder of Healing Hands. In the year 1997 he suffered from a massive heart attack. At the moment he thought that he was not going to make it. However, thanks to the wonderful help of the nurses and medical staff he not only survived, but he made an incredibly fast recovery as well! His heart was touched from this experience, and he knew that he had to pay them back somehow. This is why Bansi was determined to create something to give back. He noticed that the nurse's uniforms were rough and boxy, and that they needed to be constantly ironed as well. This meant  that on top of the overwhelming workload these people face, they had to dedicate a considerable amount of time getting their uniforms ready for the next shift. This is when Bansi decided to create launch his line of uniforms. The main focus for him was for this new brand (which would later on be known as Healing Hands) to improve the experience of wearing a uniform. These new uniforms consist of an elastic, breathable fabric that allows for a wider range of motion. They are also wrinkle free. This considerably reduces the maintenance cost down to a simple wash and wear. Finally, to further show his appreaciation, Bansi inscribed each of his Healing Hands scrubs with words of encouragement. These are hidden messages that can be found across all of the brand's uniforms. They are meant as a way to show support to the workers in the medical field even when the times are tough. 
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Bansi has made the most comfortable uniforms I have worn in 37 years of nursing. Thank you so much. It’s all I wear now.

Anna Armstrong

Bansi has made the most comfortable uniforms I have worn in 37 years of nursing. Thank you so much. It’s all I wear now.

Anna Armstrong

Bansi has made the most comfortable uniforms I have worn in 37 years of nursing. Thank you so much. It’s all I wear now.

Anna Armstrong

Bansi has made the most comfortable uniforms I have worn in 37 years of nursing. Thank you so much. It’s all I wear now.

Anna Armstrong

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