These clinics are specifically designed to provide specialist Ayurvedic consultations and medical care for chronically ill patients who have been on long term Allopathic medications, painkillers or steroids with no relief, or those who simply want an alternative, natural and safe approach to their problems.
Arthritis is the leading cause of disability globally. It is not just a disease of old age but also affects people young. It cripples the body and upsets daily routine leading to stressed mind and body.
The conventional system of medicine offers no cure but keeps you on a life-long regime of painkillers, steroids and immune-suppressants.
The Ayurvedic management of arthritis offers a much safer and more reliable approach to maintaining healthy joints, preventing and/or delaying complications and avoiding disabilities. Our expertise and experience have brought immense improvements and relief for arthritis patients, bringing back smiles and hope in their lives.
Colitis and IBS
Irritable bowel syndrome is a disorder characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort, and altered bowel habit.
Colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Both of these disorders are often associated with an unhealthy diet and lifestyle, and can be corrected effectively by the use of Ayurvedic treatments and appropriate diet and daily routine.
Eczema and psoriasis
Eczema (Atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition where the skin becomes red, dry, itchy and scaly, and in severe cases weeps and bleeds. The cause of eczema varies from an unhealthy diet, imbalanced lifestyle, allergens, hereditary factors and medications to the build-up of toxins. Eczema usually occurs in childhood but can affect adults too. Eczema patients often take immune-suppressants and anti-histamines but with no major relief.
An Ayurvedic approach helps greatly in managing eczema along with medicines, panchakarma treatments and detox therapies. Our specialist consultants have experience in successfully treating and managing eczema.
Psoriasis is a non-contagious, psycho-somatic auto-immune disorder affecting the skin, which presents with redness, inflamed lesions, white scales (plaque), or in severe cases, pustules and bleeding.
A normal skin cell (keratocyte) matures and is shed from the body surface in 28-30 days where as in psoriasis this process takes only 3-4 days. In western medicine, psoriasis is mainly managed with steroids, immune-suppressants and disease modifying drugs which often have multiple side effects. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments can deliver one of the best approaches to treating psoriasis with no harmful effects.
Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability. High blood pressure and diabetes are the most important risk factors. Patients affected by a stroke often present with hemiplegia (paralysis of one side of the body) and are rendered dependant for mobility. In most cases, speech and urinary function are affected. Unfortunately, in the Western approach there is not much hope for stroke affected patients.
Ayurveda provides the support for recovering from this debilitating condition with the help of herbal medications and panchakarma treatments. The success rate of recovery from disability and improving the quality of life is high when accompanied by effort from the patient.
Diabetes is the name for a group of diseases marked by high levels of blood glucose resulting from insulin insufficiency and poor diet and lifestyle. If neglected, diabetes can lead to serious complications and premature death. As more and more people are getting affected globally this disease has become a pandemic.
Taking pills or insulin shots for life is definitely not the answer. If that were the case then diabetes would have been eradicated long time ago.
Ayurveda provides a way to manage diabetes through diet and lifestyle correction. Moreover, Ayurvedic medicines and panchakarma treatments provide a safe approach to managing blood sugar levels and preventing diabetic complications like neuropathy, nephropathy and retinopathy.
Women's wellbeing clinic
Infertility is a condition of not being able to get pregnant even after trying for one year (or 6 months if a woman is 35 or older). Being unable to stay pregnant is also a form of infertility. It can occur because of the physical condition of the male, the female or both.
A man's risk of infertility can come from alcohol abuse, smoking, drugs, medications, some health conditions, age etc.
The most common cause of female infertility is PCOS (poly-cystic ovarian syndrome) which disrupts normal ovulation. Less common causes include pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, fibroids etc.
According to Ayurveda, conception takes place with healthy sperm, ovum and uterus,proper nutrition and a receptive state of mind. Herbal medications, panchakarma treatments, yoga, meditation and a balanced diet and lifestyle help provide support for natural conception and IVF treatments.
Ayurveda perceives every person as an individual with a unique mind-body constitution and a particular lifestyle. This is imperative in determining appropriate healing approaches and making recommendations for the person's daily routine.
According to Ayurveda, body is composed of five elements of the universe, and all diseases occur due to the imbalance of the bio-energies (doshas) of the body that are responsible for maintaining equilibrium of health. We work on mitigating this imbalance by channelling nature's energy and resources after analysing the patient's constitution.
We offer specifically tailored guidance to each individual on lifestyle, diet, exercise and yoga, herbo-mineral therapy, panchakarma and rasayana therapies, and explain why you are prone to certain diseases. This helps in identifying the root cause of any problem.
Bronchiectasis is a chronic lung disease that can result from infections, or indeed anything that can injure the walls of the airways or bronchi. The damage leads to a build-up of mucous in the airways and causes obstruction in the air flow in and out of the lungs. Overtime, the airways become stretched and scarred which affects the oxygen levels in the body. This can lead to serious and debilitating illness.
Unfortunately, the Western approach has failed to treat bronchiectasis effectively, leaving the patient with a life-long dependency on antibiotics.
The natural, safe approach of Ayurvedic medicine improves the quality of life of such patients by boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation and promoting the body's self-healing power. This has been attested to by many patients who are now living normal happy lives.