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Classical Treatments:

  • Panchakarma therapy and other Ayurvedic treatments (Classical treatments prescribed in Ayurveda are implemented for both outpatients and inpatients).
    • Poorva karma (preparatory therapy): Snehana and Swedana constitute poorva karma. These are aimed at preparing the body for main treatment procedures (Panchakarma). In some cases; these could constitute the main course of treatment.
    • Snehanam: It is the administration of oily substances (medicated oil or ghee) either internally or externally, or both. Externally: As Abhyanga (oil massage), instillation of medicated oil drops in ears, nose. Internally: The medicated oil or ghee is given orally and is known as sneha paana.
    • Swedanam: It is a method of inducing sweating in the body by various means of heat application. For example, application of warm poultice over the skin or steam bath.
  • Pradhana karma (Main therapy procedures): These are the procedures by which the toxins are eliminated from the body. After proper poorva karma, the patient undergoes one or more of these main treatment procedures as per the need.
    • Vamanam: The act of bringing out the toxins through the oral route (inducing vomiting) by the administration of medicine. Best treatment for eliminating Kapha dosha.
    • Virechanam: Eliminating toxins through the anal route by way of purgation (inducing loose motions). Best treatment for Pitta dosha.
    • Vasti: Administering medicated oil, or decoction, through the anal route like enema. Best treatment for Vata dosha.
    • Nasyam: Purification of the head region by instilling medicines through nostrils. Beneficial in treating headache, sinusitis, grey hair and baldness.
    • Raktamokshnam: This treatment is aimed at eliminating the impure blood from the body by means of leech application, pricking the abnormal or discoloured skin surface or puncturing the small veins. It is mostly employed in skin diseases and mental disorders.
  • Kshara Sutra: Ligation by especially prepared thread for management of piles, fistula, warts. Ksharakarma is one of the minimal invasive surgical measures. Ksharasutra treatment is one of the types of ksharakarma. Ksharasutra is a medicated thread, which is coated with mixture of latex of different kshiri plant like snuhi, arka, and haridra powder. Ksharasutra treatment as para-surgical measures is indicated in the nadivrana, bhagandara, piles. Ksharasutra in haemorrhoids works on the principle of pressure necrosis. Ksharasutra is also used in cases of fistula-in-ano. In this procedure specially medicated thread / sutra is tied tightly around the fistulous track, which will gradually transect the muscle by pressure necrosis and the fibrosis fixes and prevents retraction of the sphincter.
  • Leech therapy: Therapeutic application of leach for letting the vitiated blood. The procedure involves allowing a medicinal leech to grasp the affected area and suck the impure blood for 30-45 minutes. People suffering from obstinate skin diseases (eczema), varicose ulcers, non-healing ulcers, diabetic ulcers, intractable abscesses, acne vulgaris, diseases of the eyelids, Alopecia, diseases of the nail beds and benign swellings are subjected to this treatment. The procedure is administered by a qualified and trained ayurvedic physician.
  • Agnikarma: Using fire/hot substances as a special management approach. To mobilize and wither out obstinate growths on the skin like acne, warts, benign tumours, including pile mass and fistula in ano. People with chronic benign tumours on the skin, outgrowths on the skin like warts, keloids, scar tissues, overgrown moles etc. intractable pile mass, Fistula in ano, non healing ulcers, abscesses, skin lesions (like pigmentation disorders, psoriatic patches) are subjected to this treatment.
  • Ksharakarma: Ksharakarma is a treatment where corrosive alkaline substances are used for cutting unnecessary growths from the skin. Use of natural alkalises to mobilize and wither out obstinate growths on the skin, like acne, warts, benign tumours, including pile mass and fistula in ano. People with chronic benign tumours on the skin, outgrowths on the skin like warts, keloids, scar tissues, overgrown moles etc. intractable pile mass, Fistula in ano, non healing ulcers, abscesses, skin lesions (like pigmentation disorders, psoriatic patches etc.) are subjected to this treatment.

Panchakarma Procedures used in Stree roga

  • Uttara basti: Instilation of the medicated oil or ghee into the uterus with all aseptic measures. Patients with tubal block, infertility,hypoplasia of uterus, menorrhagia are subjected to this treatment.
  • Yoni prakshalana (vaginal douche): Medicated decoctions are used to give a thorough wash to the vaginal region. Usefull in different types of vaginal infection, cervicitis, cervical errosion.
  • Yoni Pichu ( Vaginal tampon): A tampon soaked with herbal preparation is instilled into the vagina for a duration of three hours. Useful in uterine prolapse cases,cervical errosion, cervical incompetence.
  • Yoni varti (vaginal suppositories)
  • Kshara karma: Chemical cauterization of the cervical errosion for a fast recovery.

Specialized Panchkarma Treatments:

  • Besides everyday consultation, outpatients can avail speciality consultation. This includes specialized consultation in focal areas on monthly basis. In the upcoming new hospital, this speciality consultation will be offered every day.
  • Sirodhara: Under this, warm medicated oil or suitable liquid medium is poured on the entire forehead region when the patient lies on his back. It is found to be beneficial in treating sleeplessness, mental disturbances and disorders of the head and neck.
  • asti: The hair of the patient is cut short and the medicated oil is retained over the scalp by means of a leather bag tied properly around the head such that the oil doesn’t leak out. It has got more or less the same benefits as Shirodhara.
  • Thalapothichil: Application of wet medicated paste over the head and then covering the same with a processed plantain leaf. It is found to be benficial in treating cerebro-vascular accidents, sleeplessness etc.
  • Pichu: Cotton, or a clean cotton cloth, is soaked in medicated oil and is placed over the affected part in the body. This is beneficial in various pains, sprain, fractures and other neurological disorders.
  • Mukhalepanam: Application of medicated pastes over the face. It restores skin tone and improves skin texture.
  • Ela kizhi: Leaves of various medicinal plants are made into a bolus with cotton cloth. This is applied on the affected body parts.
  • Podi kizhi: Medicated powders are made into a bolus with cotton cloth and used for giving fomentation. This is mainly used in relieving pain, reducing weight and removing excess fat.
  • Greeva Vasti: This is the technique of retaining medicated oils within the boundaries formed out of blackgram paste over the back of neck region for a specific period of time. It is found to be beneficial in conditions of cervical spondylosis and neuroligical defecits of the upper limbs.
  • Uro Vasti: This is the technique of retaining medicated oils within the boundaries formed out of blackgram paste over the chest region for a specific period of time. It is found to be beneficial in conditions of lung disorders, cardiac oedematic conditions.
  • Kati Vasti: This is the technique of retaining medicated oils within the boundaries formed out of blackgram paste over the lower-back region for a specific period of time. It is useful in lower-back aches, lumbago and sciatica.
  • Udwartanam: Gentle rubbing of medicated powders over the skin. Beneficial in obesity and similar conditions.
  • Abhyangam: Application of medicated oil over the body in a systematic way. It is the most common treatment form in Ayurveda, popularly called Ayurvedic massage. Used in a very wide range of disease conditions – from pain to paralysis and also to rejuvenate the body.
  • Ekanga Dhara: Pouring of warm medicated oil or suitable liquid medium in an uninterrupted way over one particular region of the body. It is employed for a localised problem that is specific to a particular organ or body part.
  • Dhoopanam (Ekanga): Fumigation with dry parts of certain medicinal plants. Useful in relieving pain (especially in ears) and in cases of non-healing ulcers.
  • Karna Pooranam: Filling of medicated oil into the ears. Practised in healthy as well as in those with certain ear disorders.
  • Karna Dhoopanam: Fumigation of the ear with smoke created by burning dry parts of certain medicinal plants. Useful in treating ottorhoea, earache, tinnitus.
  • Kavalam: Gargling of medicated oils or certain liquids.
  • Gandoosham: Withholding medicated oils or certain liquids in the mouth for a certain period of time. This, along with Kavalam, is advised as part of the daily regimen among the healthy and also used therapeutically for disorders of the oral cavity.
  • Anjanam: Application of medicated collyrium (Kajal) into the eyes. Used in specific disorders of the eye.
  • Pizhichil: Pouring of warm medicated oil all over the body in an uninterrupted manner. It is a very invigorating experience, useful in all disorders of vata and pitta dosha.
  • Navara Kizhi: Application of medicated paste prepared by processed milk and with a variety of rice called Navara all over the body. It is a procedure that visibly enhances the muscle mass and physical strength of the body and useful in treating many degenerative disorders.
  • Pada tala thaila tharpanam: Pouring warm medicated oil over the feet (especially the sole). Beneficial in insomnia, pain of the lower limbs and improves vision.
  • Thalam: Application of medicated paste made with appropriate herbs over the scalp for a specific period of time. Used as therapy for problems having pathology that involves the brain.
  • Avagaham: Immersion of the entire body except for the head in certain warm medicated liquids. It is a type of fomentation beneficial in diseases of vata and kapha.
  • Upanaham: One of the types of fomentation done by tying warm medicated poultice on the affected part of the body. It is used for local afflictions like pain and inflammation.
  • Aschyothanam: Pouring of medicated water into the eyes from a height of 2 inches.
  • Netra Sekam: Pouring of medicated water into the eyes from a height of 2 inches.
  • Netra Sekam: Pouring of medicated liquids over the closed eyelids from a height of 2 inches. This, along with aschyotana, is used in specific diseases of the eyes.
  • Dhanyamla dhara: Pouring of certain warm sour preparations in an uninterrupted way over the body. It is a type of fomentation useful in painful afflictions of the body (especially in arthritis, arthaligia).
Dr.Kishan G.N.
Specialization: Panchkarma   Degree: BAMS,PGCPK
1 Years Experience
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