Ayurvedic treatment

India is one of the most rapidly developing areas of global medical tourism. In recent years, the market of medical services of this country shows an annual increase of an average of 30%.

Now India is the largest country of the world for medical tourism, taking patients annually from 120 countries for the treatment of most serious diseases.

India offers the same high level of examination and treatment, and leading countries of Western Europe, Israel and USA, but the prices 2-5-7 times lower.

Come to India patients receive medical care of international level at a cost an order of magnitude lower than the cost of similar medical services in the countries of Europe, Israel and USA.

In modern hospitals of India, you can get high level medical services in all fields of medicine: Oncology, cardiology and cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedics, transplantation, plastic surgery, etc.

India is also the world centre of Ayurvedic medicine.

Ayurveda is the only form of alternative medicine that was officially recognized and legitimized by the world Health Organization. Ayurvedic treatment is effective not only for the treatment of various diseases, but allows us with the help of Ayurvedic massages with special oils and herbs, and changesdatastorage course of yoga, to restore harmony of body, mind and soul. And all this is available for patients coming to India.

Now to India for Ayurvedic treatment comes about 150 thousand foreigners a year.

The Ayurvedic approach to life is to “hear” your body, take into account its specific qualities and needs, to learn to maintain emotional balance, to improve morally and spiritually. Ayurveda considers man as a whole, including physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual dimension.

For healing the body, as well as in the treatment Ayurveda uses natural medicines of plant, animal or mineral origin, diets which are equal in action to drugs, and also complexes of special procedures. All medicines and treatments are matched to patients individually.

Here is just a small list of diseases in which the use of Ayurvedic methods of treatment to achieve noticeable results:

cardiovascular disease (ischemic heart disease, arterial hypertension, etc.)

diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer, colitis, etc.)

diseases associated with metabolic disorders and endocrine system (diabetes, obesity, thyroid disease)

diseases of the nervous system (stress, depression, neurosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia and the list goes on)

infertility and sexual disorders

skin diseases (psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema, etc.)

allergic diseases of different nature (skin, respiratory, hay fever, etc.)

diseases of the musculoskeletal system (arthritis, arthrosis, osteochondrosis)

diseases of the respiratory system (asthma, chronic bronchitis, etc.)

gynecological diseases

rehabilitation after neurological diseases.

One of the most important Ayurvedic treatments — Panchakarma, a five-step system of cleansing the body. It has no analogues on the effectiveness of removing toxins from all body tissues, affecting the cellular level and restoring the natural balance in the body, eliminating the causative factors of somatic and psychosomatic diseases.

Ayurveda is a whole system of medical knowledge that existed in India for several thousand years. Ayurveda is the source of many modern naturotherapy and Wellness. Currently medical tours to India with Ayurveda attract attention as a solution to problems of intoxication, strengthen the immune system, successful prevention.

Kerala is famous for the fact that it is the birthplace and the centre of AYURVEDA.

Ayurvedic treatment is effective not only for the treatment of various diseases, but allows us with the help of Ayurvedic massages with special oils and herbs, as well as the health course of yoga, to restore harmony of body, mind and soul. To go on a course of Ayurveda is today’s best opportunity to cleanse the body of toxins, regain excellent health and return home thinner, younger and happy.

Ayurvedic clinic India:

Ayurvedic hospital Trivandrum

Medical centre sir Ganga Rama (new Delhi)

Institute of Panchakarma Dr. Franklin (medical center Dr. Franklin’s Panchakarma Institute)

And other clinics.

Ayurvedic medicine is a field highly developed in the Indian clinics. The spread is due to the high effectiveness of procedures and security during the events.

Treatment in India are highly qualified specialists, clinics, equipped with ultramodern equipment, medical services at international standards c the optimal ratio “price-quality”.