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Atharva Multi Speciality Ayurveda Hospital

2, Paras Society, Nirmala Convent Road, Opp.Physio Therapy College , Rajkot- 360007
Gujarat , India  India
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Atharva Multi Speciality Ayurveda Hospital - Rajkot

Health Conscious Individuals all over the world are taking more responsibility for their own health & well being.There are more choices offered than ever before for helath maintenance and treatment of ailments: we should undertake a right choice of "Holistic Approach" towards health incorporating lifestyle,diet,discipline and a positive attitude towards life. "Shariram Satvam cha Aatma Trayam Atat Tridandvat" -Charak Samhita. Physical body,mind and soul are three pillars of live human architecture.The Harmony Of Body, Mind and Soul maintains a helthy life while any imbalance can shake the eqilibrium leading to various ailments.Dharma,artha,Kama,Moksha are the four fruits of human life which can only be achieve and enjoyed by a healthy person.
 
To Achieve this "Atharva Multispeciality Ayurveda Hospital"has brought an age old science Ayurveda and Ayurveda Panchakarma and all about Ayurved Life style under one roof. "Atharva Multispeciality Ayurveda Hospital" is situated in Rajkot, the cultural city of Gujarat, India. Atharva Ayurveda Is an International Ayurveda Multispeciality Ayurveda Hospital,The Aims and Object of this hospital is to provide the best Of Ayurveda treatment For All diseases under one roof.
 
Atharva has the unique Ayurveda Research Centre to Provide incredible Ayurveda Treatment In all Skin Diseases Specially Atharva Has Designed the Treatment For Psoriasis And Leucoderma(Vitiligo) to get rid of these complicated Skin Diseases. Atharva Has International Standard Panchakarma Treatment Facilities to Detoxifies the body Naturally to Enhance the Immunity in all types of Acute and Chronic Diseases. Atharva is the Only International Ayurveda Treatment Centre For the Most Deadly Disease Cancer. Atharva is the Only International Ayurveda Treatment Centre For the Most Deadly Disease Cancer.
 
Atharva Has Developed Its Unique Ayurveda Treatment to Reduce the Side effect of Radiotherapy And Chemotherapy in All Types Of Cancer. "Atharva" is located in very posh & peaceful area of the city Rajkot,where u will feel absolutely homely atmosphere, peace & unfogetable loving approach by its founders, Dr.Gaurang Joshi & Dr. Bhavna Joshi, truely dedicated to Ayurveda & devoted to patients coming for their various problems. Atharva is situated in the heart of city,Domestic Airport is Only 5 Minutes from Atharva,where Daily 4 Flights between Rajkot-Mumbai-Rajkot are available.Railway Station is situated just 10 minutes from Atharva. Also there are 5 star and 3 star Hotels Are Here for the patients from Abroad And for NRI‘s Who can enjoy their India Visit and Panchakarma Treatmentwith lots of comfort at Atharva.

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A detailed description and differential diagnosis of a group of disorders involving respiratory distress (dyspnea) is given in all three of the major Ayurvedic compendiums. These diseases are collectively known as svasa roga, of which five varieties are described. These include: maha svasa, urdhva svasa, chinna svasa, ksudra svasa, and tamaka svasa. The last variety, tamaka svasa, corresponds to chronic persistent bronchial asthma of allopathic medicine.

In Ayurveda, it is considered the only type of respiratory distress which can be controlled, and then only with diligence on the part of the patient and physician. In striking similarity to the modern allopathic description, tamaka svasa is defined in Ayurveda as a chronic and recurring condition characterized by dyspnea, cough, airflow obstruction, and wheezing. Although the concept of atrophy and hyperactivity were unknown, Ayurveda was clear on its understanding of this condition as multifactorial, including environmental and emotional factors.

Incidence/Prevalence.The prevalence of both adult and childhood asthma is reported to be increasing worldwide. Up to 10% of people have experienced a documented episode of asthma. In the United States, approximately 12 million individuals have been diagnosed with asthma. Between 1982 and 1992 the prevalence of asthma increased from 34.7 to 49.4 per 1000. In addition the death rate from this condition actually increased from 13.4 to 18.8 per million. The mortality rate was five times higher in African Americans than in Caucasians.

Etiology/Risk Factors.Vagbhata gives a clear explanation of the causes and evolution of asthma. In all cases there is an antecedent period of aggravation of both Vata and Kapha doshas. A very great number of factors can be responsible for aggravating these two doshas, and to list them all would not be possible. However several vitiating factors are specifically mentioned by Vagbhata and therefore merit mention. He cites chronic diarrhea due to indigestion which goes untreated, excessive vomiting, poisons, anemia, fevers, excessive exposure to dust, smoke or strong wind, trauma to the vital organs, and drinking very cold water.

At this early stage in the disease process, if these signs and symptoms are recognized and properly treated by pacification and elimination of the aggravated doshas, the disease (asthma) will not appear. However, if left untreated and if further aggravated, Kapha will obstruct the movement of Vata in the chest area. Due to this obstruction, Vata spills out of its normal channels (srotas) and spreads in all directions, carrying with it the vitiated Kapha dosha. As a result, the three major channels in the chest region become blocked and, to a greater or lesser degree, dysfunctional. These channels are Prana Vaha Srota (governs respiration), Anna Vaha Srota (governs digestion of food), and Udaka Vaha Srota (governs water distribution). At this point the disease is no longer in its incipient stage and asthma --tamaka svasa-- has manifested.

The role of psychological stress in asthma is important but not yet completely understood. Not only is there emerging evidence that stress can precipitate asthmatic exacerbations but also that it may be an independent risk factor in the prevalence of the disease. The mechanisms involved in this association have not yet been fully defined and may involve increased production of proinflammatory cytokines. Although a full description of the other four types of svasa roga (dyspnea, or difficult breathing) is beyond the scope of this paper, a few comments are in order. Ksudra svasa is the mildest form of svasa roga it roughly corresponds to mild intermittent asthma and is said to be curable.

Tamaka svasa (asthma) is the next mildest form of svasa roga yet it is considered difficult to cure. It roughly corresponds to mild persistent asthma in the modern allopathic classification scheme. Cure is possible if the disease is of recent origin or if it occurs in an otherwise strong and health individual. In a weak individual only palliation (i.e. alleviation) should be attempted. The other three types of svasa roga, namely maha svasa, urdhva svasa, and chinna svasa loosely correspond to other more severe forms of obstructive pulmonary disease, are incurable, and in time result in the premature demise of the patient.

Patients must first undergo oleation therapy (snehana) this includes both external and internal forms of oil treatment. External oleation by daily oil massage should be administered first, for 7-10 days. The best oils in tamaka svasa are: narayana oil, talispatra oil, amra oil (from mango seeds), or chandrabala oil. Next, patients undergo internal oleation with daily intake of an appropriate unctuous substance for 3-7 days this is usually pure or medicated cow's ghee which should be at least six months old. During this period, patients have simultaneous sweat, or fomentation, therapy (swedana).

Specialities

Vitiligo is a pigmentation disorder in the human skin. The human skin contains special skin cells (melanocytes) that produce the pigment melanin which colors the skin. In Vitiligo, the special skin cells (melanocytes) as well as the tissues (mucous membranes) that line the inside of the mouth, nose, genital and rectal areas, and the retina of the eyes are destroyed. As a result, white patches of skin appear on different parts of the body. The hair may also turn white that grows in areas affected by vitiligo. There are several theories regarding the cause of vitiligo (see the cause) but the actual cause is not fully known.

According to one theory, people with vitiligo develop antibodies that, turn upon them and destroy their own melanocytes instead of protecting them. There is another theory according to which the melanocytes somehow attack and destroy themselves. Finally, some people with vitligo have reported that a single event such as severe sunburn or an episode of emotional distress is the main cause of this order. Scientifically, events of this nature have not been accepted as the main cause of vitiligo. These are merely coincidences. The number of people affected by vitiligo disorder ranges from 40-50 million. It forms about 1 to 2% of people in the world. 2 to 5 million people have the disorder in the United States alone.

Vitiligo affects all races and both sexes equally and ninety-five percent of its victims are below the age of 40. In Autoimmune diseases, a person‘s immune system reacts against the body‘s own organs or tissues. Vitiligo is found to be more common in people with certain autoimmune diseases. Autoimmune diseases that are associated with vitiligo include: hyperthyroidism (over activity of the thyroid gland), adrenocortical insufficiency (the adrenal gland does not produce enough of the hormone corticosteroid), alopecia areata (patches of baldness), and pernicious anemia (a low level of red blood cells caused by the failure of the body to absorb vitamin B12).

Vitiligo may be hereditary in some cases. Children of vitiligo affected parents are more likely to develop vitiligo disorder. However, most children will not get vitilgo even if a parent has it. Also most people with vitiligo do not have a family history of the disorder. Large number of inherited disorders are associated with vitiligo. They include: albinism of the ocular type, autoimmune polyendocrinopathy syndrome, congenital deafness with vitilego and achalasia, dyschromatosis symmetrica hereditaria, ermine phenotype, familial histiocyctic reticulosis, kabuki syndrome, and the syndrome of spastic paraparesis, vitiligo, premature graying and characteristic facies.

White patches (depigmentation) on the skin are the foremost symbol of vitiligo. These patches are more common in sun-exposed areas, including the hands, feet, arms, face, and lips. Other common areas are the armpits and groin, and around the mouth, eyes, nostrils, navel, and genitals. Vitiligo generally appears in one of three patterns: focal pattern, segmental pattern and generalized pattern. In focal pattern, the depigmentation is limited to one or only a few areas. In segmental pattern, depigmented patches are developed on only one side of the body.

But in the generalized pattern, depigmentation occurs on different parts of the body. In Ayurveda, Leucoderma is known as ‘shivitr‘ or kilaas‘ - Appearance of patches on skin with white or red coloration without any kind of swelling, fermentation... Leucoderma is a skin disease also known as white patch (the development of circumscribed depigmentred patches). There is complete loss of melancytes from the affected patch.

There may be positive family history of the disorder in those generalized leucoderma and this type is associated with auto-immune diseases such as diabetes and thyroid. ‘Leuco‘ means ‘white‘ and ‘derma‘ means ‘skin‘, thus leucoderma means abnormal whiteness of the skin. This disease is usually very difficult to treat. If the patient and the physician treat this disease for a long time with patience, it is possible to cure it. During the treatment very small blackish spots appear in the white patches. These spots keep spreading and the skin gradually becomes normal.

The abnormal whiteness disappears. In this way, the disease is cured. It is not an infectious disease. Only the skin becomes white. According to Ayurveda this disease is known as ‘shivitr‘ or ‘kilaas‘ - the appearance of a patche on skin with white or red coloration without any kind of swelling, fermentation, and pus formation in it. The patch of de-pigmentation of the skin is generally surrounded with normal skin. The patch might spread extensively covering the entire skin surface.Pitta is the dosha, which is responsible for occurrence of this disease. When it is increased beyond the norm it affects rakt dhatu (blood), maas dhatu (flesh), maid dhatu (fat).

The logic being that as a cloth needs to be purified or cleaned of impurities and dust before it can be permeated with a new color, similarly the body needs to be purified before it can be permeated with new colors of youthfulness, health and vigor etc. In fact, most of the time, Panchakarma is an end in itself rather than a prelude to other therapeutic measures. Elimination is a natural body instinct but over a period of time and in cases of dosha imbalance these wastes are not effectively eliminated from the body. Thises wastes tend to stick into the minute channels of the body known as the "Srotas" and start producing disease.

PanchKarma is consisted to be the most radical way to cleanse the body and thereby eliminate, once and for all the disease cauing doshas and the toxins. It is a term meaning Malignanacy. It is the second most dreaded killer after coronary heart disease in the world today.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Gujarati

Treatments For:

  • Cancer
  • Psoriasis

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.


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