Ayurveda - Rejuvenate your body & mind Ayurveda is the science of life. Its focus on prevention and longevity is the most holistic system available to the mankind. It is the oldest surviving complete medical system in the world as its origin goes back nearly 5000 BC. Besides dealing with the principles for maintenance of health, it has also developed a wide range of therapeutic measures to combat illness. It uses a vast variety of natural approaches to health care including meditation, dietary advice, exercise, massage and daily and seasonal lifestyle routines. Unlike modern medicine, ayurvedic treatments are safe for all age groups, free from side effects and non habit forming. Diagnosis and treatment methodology involves, Constitution analysis, Disease identification, treatments (internal / external) Dietary advice. The physician first of all carefully assesses the patient's constitution and imbalance in constitution and lifestyle. Which includes detailed analysis of patient's medical history and a careful examination of vital signs.
Pizhichil - A gentle synchronized massage is carried out under a constant flow of therapeutic herbal oils. This therapy is renowed for chronic issues like Rheumatoid arthritis, hemiplegia, other neurological disorders and muscular-skeletal problems.
Sirodhara - This is nature's way to achieve instant calm and rejuvenation. The continuous flow of the therapeutic oil calms your mind and body. This therapy helps in the treatment of insomnia, migraine, parkinsonism, cervical spondylitis etc.
Navarakizhi - To make the muscles supple and sturdy, remove stiffness of joints, improve blood circulation and digestion and enhance complexion of skin.
Abyangam - A full body massage with warm herbal oil leaves one totally relaxed. This is an ideal remedy for joint pain, rhemuatism and improves blood circulation.
Ela Kizhi - This is a process of inducing perspiration through boluses of herbs and leaves. This helps in the management of osteoarthritis, joint pains, stiffness of muscles, low back pain etc.