Ayurveda – An Ancient Indian Healing Technique
Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine which originated in India and remains one of the country’s traditional health systems. As with popular interpretation of traditional medicines, Ayurveda too is considered as mainstream or complementary or alternative medicine depending on the nature of the ailment and the study by the Ayurveda practitioner to benefit the patient. A combination of massage, diet, exercise, herbal preparations and other techniques are employed to restore the balance of the spirit, body and mind with a holistic approach.
Ayurvedic therapeutical procedures directly approach the root cause of illness rather than working only on the symptoms. The Ayurvedic way of treatment works to remove the cause and prevents easy recurrence of the ailment. The focus on preventing a recurrence or persistence of a medical condition helps to increase immunity and thus the will power of the recipient of the Avurvedic therapy. Ayurveda gives strength to body constitution and mind resulting in complete well being of the individual. Ayurvedic treatment is used in many popular ways e.g
Weight loss management, detox program. Some most popular ayurvedic treatments are Panchkarma, Shirodhara etc.
Ayurvedic Medical Centre provide all types of Ayurvedic treatments under expert’s super vision. We provide Ayurvedic treatment for many diseases those can’t be cured by other therapy.
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Dr. Ratnapriya Shrivastava is a professional Ayurvedic Doctor, with 7 years of experience in Ayurveda practice with a formal Bachelors Degree in Ayurvedic Medicines & Surgery (5.5 yrs) and special experience in Panchkarma. Dr. Ratnapriya is registered with the Australian Ayurveda Association and is a member of the Ayurved Sangha. In the past, Dr Ratnapriya worked as an Ayush medical officer in an Indian Government primary health centre. She treats all diseases by planning a suitable lifestyle for the individual with due consideration to existing health and life choices. She prescribes Ayurvedic herbal medicines or their combinations tailored to the needs of patient and administers specific Panchkarma therapies. Every individual is unique and the Ayurveda doctor identifies the uniqueness in the consultation sessions, since Ayurvedic procedures of treatment works effectively when tailored in consideration of the identified uniqueness. Doctor operates Ayurvedic Clinic at two locations in Sydney, NSW. Parramatta and Homebush West
The WHO recognizes Ayurveda as a traditional system of medicine. In fact, the Organization adapted its formal definition of health from Ayurvedic teachings. Ayurvedic medicine uses a variety of products and practices. Ayurvedic products are made either of herbs only or a combination of herbs, metals, minerals, or other materials in an Ayurvedic practice called rasa shastra. Some of these products may be harmful if used improperly or without the direction of a trained practitioner.
Ayurvedic medicine is particularly effective for metabolic, stress related, and chronic conditions.
Treatments are also very helpful in relieving the effects of surgery and debilitating treatments such as chemotherapy. Other popular uses of Ayurveda are for general rejuvenation and beauty care.
Ayurveda is a pranic system of medicine, which works to balance the body’s life energy referred to as the doshas. This is achieved by diet, different types of massage, pouring herbal liquid onto the body, and covering the body with herbal leaves and powders. You’ll be assessed by a qualified doctor and a treatment program tailor made to address the root of your problem. Generally, at least a couple of weeks are needed to complete a full course of Ayurvedic treatment. However it’s also possible to get simple renewal treatments, such as Ayurvedic massage, by themselves.