The AMM family is closely associated with growing rubber and tea in the plantations located in Kulasekaram, Kanyakumari District. It is therefore proper to provide healthcare to the workers and their families in and around Kaliyal. So the family built Valliammai Achi Hospital and named it after an elderly member of the family. Having Started off as a modest outpatient outfit, this institution has evolved into a full-fledged hospital with facilities to accommodate 27 in-patients.
In Indian context camps can be organised on holidays or in the evening in residential area or locality based socio-cultural organisations not only in cities or towns.
Accessory navicular describes the presence of an extra bone growth center on the inside of the navicular and within the posterial tibial tendon that attaches to the navicular.