Kidney Failure & Kidney Disease


Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), also known as chronic renal disease or chronic renal failure, is a progressive condition marked by the gradual loss of kidney function. The kidneys serve as a filter for the body and once damaged they can no longer remove waste and excess liquid from the blood. The kidneys are crucial for the production of blood and the regulation of blood pressure, too. The most common traditional causes of CKD are diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. Professional guidelines classify chronic kidney disease into five stages, with stage one being the mildest and stage five the most severe. Stages one and two are classified as reversible kidney damage, while stage three and higher reflect a state of permanent damage. Without a transplant or effective dialysis, stage five is terminal.


We work with professionals who advice patients regarding their health and which includes the following factors:
Treatment schedule
Diet and fluid intake
Medication prescription
Regular visits with the Nephrologist
Working out (going to the gym)

Our Branches

Dr. S. Lerutla Medical
Vergeleng C • Stand 1
Jane Furse 1085
013 265 3110
078 574 4209

9 Chris Hani Avenue
Lephalale 0557
014 763 1934
065 621 0955

8 Moshate Crossing Complex

Corner Dudu Madisha street & N11 Road
Mokopane 0601
015 409 7238
065 701 9371