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Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest medical systems that originated in India. The practice has two-fold aims:
Ayurveda in Sanskrit means "Knowledge of Life" ( Ayur - lifespan, and Veda-knowledge). The basis of this medical form is solid Indian writings of old, compiled over a 2 century period between 1500 BC and 400 AD, when many experts put down their observations and experiences.
India being the home to this form of treatment offers many exciting therapeutic and rejuvenation packages. Experience healing and rejuvenation through this ancient form run by India’s accredited centres with all modern amenities in natural settings to make your stay a memorable one.
Treatment for chronic headaches, insomnia, mental tension and cases of hysteria, hallucination and insanity
Treatment to alleviate osteoarthritis, leukemia etc
Treatment for dryness of nostrils, mouth and throat, severe headaches, facial paralysis and burning sensation in the head
Treatment for spondylosis, rheumatic diseases like arthritis, paralysis, hemiplegia, nervous weaknesses and nervous disorders
Treatment for diseases like hemiplegia, paralysis, obesity and certain rheumatic ailments
Treatment for musculoskeletal ailments due to trauma or accidents
Treatment for nasal ailments
Treatment for ear ailments
Preventing cataract and strengthening vision
Treatment for wasting of muscles, rheumatism, sports injuries, pain in the joints, emaciation of the body or parts of the body and certain kinds of skin diseases
Treatment for skin
Body immunisation and longevity treatment
Herbal face pack, herbal oil massage, intake of herbal tea etc. improves complexion and beautifies the body
Mental and physical well being
A five-fold treatment for mental and physical well-being - tunes the body, organs, mind, breath, nerves and purifies the blood
India is an international medical travel destination for patients seeking world class treatment at competitive
A complex bone grafting procedure done at Fortis Hospitals gives new lease of life to young Yemeni patient, who could not walk because of a bullet injury
Lonija Krastina, 22 year old young lady, from Latvia of North Europe was admitted at Pattarumadom Clinic & Ayurveda Nursing Home at Cochin in India in 2013.
Born as a blue baby, Hussain Kadam suffered from transposition of the great artery (TGA) and a ventricular septal defect, commonly known as a hole in the heart.
The patient was a 16 year old teenage girl from Burundi, Africa. She had a condition wherein she wasn’t able to eat for over 10 years due to fused bilateral mandibular (jaw) joints.
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