Ayurveda & Naturopathy
By combining modern technology and ancient remedies, we believe we can serve society better furthermore Ayurveda encourages certain lifestyle interventions and natural therapies to regain a balance between the body, mind, spirit, and the environment.
The Indian health system recognizes seven traditional systems: Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Yoga, Naturopathy, Homoeopathy and more recently Sowa-Rigpa (Tibetan system of medicine). Of these, Ayurveda is probably one of the best known in addition to it, it has even spread to neighbouring countries like Sri Lanka and Nepal and has influenced other traditional systems in South Asian countries like Thailand and Tibet also, in recent years, Ayurveda has gained popularity and recognition as a complementary or alternative approach to modern medicine in western countries.
A naturopathy is a holistic approach to treating illness & disorders of all kinds, by stimulating a body’s self-healing mechanism.
In addition to it, we also use Naturopathic medicine as alternative medicine as it employs an array of pseudoscientific practices branded as “natural”, “non-invasive”, or promoting “self-healing”.
It is a combination of multiple therapies including acupuncture, herbs, massage, physical manipulations, homoeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutritional counselling & much more following the Naturopathic principles. This treatment offers benefits to maintain long term optimal health.
One of the principal tenets of Naturopathic medicine is credence in treating the whole person or boosting a person’s general well-being to treat a root cause of a disease. This treatment is often invigorating & provides the patient with energy & strength that they initially lacked, all through natural techniques.
Naturopathy treatment helps connect the patients with their inner self. It helps the patients better understand their bodies. When one gets to know their body, they better understand what it’s trying to communicate in the form of symptoms. It eventually helps one listen to their body as to what it’s telling when they experience aches, pains or other symptoms.