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Sarathy Ayurvedic Hospital

Elanjichuvadu,Elookkara,Muppathadam P.O , Aluva- 683 110
Kerala , India  India
+91-9847997321914842605309 http://www.ayursarathy.com

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Mon - Fri 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Dr. Lathika

Spinal disorders, Post-natal and pre-natal care, more..

Sarathy Ayurvedic Hospital - Aluva

Sarathy Ayurvedic Hospital was established in 2004 by Dr P K Lathika, an accomplished Ayurvedic physician with a rich and varied experience spanning over 16 years. The hospital is situated in serene surroundings of River Periyar and is enriched with a wide river frontage.

Dr. Lathika is an authorised Medical Officer for Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) since 2001. She also serves as a medical consultant to several government and private institutions. Sarathy offers curative as well as general health therapies for a wide range of ailments.We Specialize in spine disorders and female health problems.Strict adherence to traditional Ayurvedic principles and treatment methods. Congenial ambience in which patients positively react to the treatment and healing process.Unique and integrated approach to spine care using medication and after-care along with yoga and physiotherapy.

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The emergence of different schools of Sanskrit philosophy like Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Vedanta and Mimamsa was another landmark in the history of Indian medicine. The principles expounded in these philosophies facilitated the development within Ayurveda of its theory of humoral pathology which propounds that the human body is composed of Tridoshas, the three humors - Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

When these are in equilibrium they are called the Tridhatus. The body in which these three humors are in a state of equilibrium enjoys perfect health; their disequilibrium causes ill health. Tridhatu sarma vahanam subhaspathi (equilibrium of Tridhatu or Tridhosha leads to well being).

These three illustrious sages, the pioneer students of Ayurveda, in turn had eminent pupils. Divodasa Dhanwantari and his disciples specialized in Salyachikitsa (surgery) and formed the school of surgery. His important students included Sushruta, Aupadhenava, Vaitarana, Aurabhadra, Pushkalavata, Nimi, Kara, Karaveerya, Gopurarakshita, Bhoja, Kankayana, Galava and Gargava. Punarvasu Artreya, who was the disciple of Bharadwaja had seven pupils -Agnivesa, Charaka, Bhela, Jatukarna, Parasara, Hareeta and Ksharapaani.

They were called the Artreya School of physicians and specialized in Kayachikitsa (general medicine). The Kashyapa School specialized in Kumarabhrutya (paediatrics). Foremost among Kashyapa's students was Vruddha (the elder) Jeevaka who wrote Kashyapa Samhita. His other disciples were Vasishta, Atri, Bhrigu, Jeevaka, Parvataka and Bandhaka.

The emergence of different schools of Sanskrit philosophy like Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Vedanta and Mimamsa was another landmark in the history of Indian medicine. The principles expounded in these philosophies facilitated the development within Ayurveda of its theory of humoral pathology which propounds that the human body is composed of Tridoshas, the three humors - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When these are in equilibrium they are called the Tridhatus. The body in which these three humors are in a state of equilibrium enjoys perfect health; their disequilibrium causes ill health. Tridhatu sarma vahanam subhaspathi (equilibrium of Tridhatu or Tridhosha leads to well being).

The term Ayurveda first appears in the Samhitas, the earliest recorded works on Indian medicine. In Sanskrit, Ayur means 'pertaining to life' and Veda, 'science' or 'wisdom'. It was during this age which marked the end of the oral tradition that medical treatment freed itself from the Mantras and spells of the Vedic age. An unprecedented factual and materialistic approach to human health began to be adopted. For the purpose of specialization, this science was divided into eight sections - the Ashtanga.

One of the principal texts of Ayurveda is the Ashtanga Hrudaya (the essence of the eight sections). This contains the kernel of Ayurvedic medicine and philosophy and stands next only to the two other monumental works, the Charaka Samhita and the Sushruta Samhita. As such it is the third book in the Brihat Trayi (the great trilogy).

The first element to come into existence, Akasha is also the subtlest. It is the most expansive and least dense, and though it seems a vast expanse of nothingness and its existence is a paradox of sorts, it is the matrix for all the other elements. Having evolved from the Sabda Tanmatra (sound), it is capable of carrying sound energy. The entire spectrum of vibration travels in the form of waves through this medium.

Vayu emerges from the Sparsa Tanmatra (touch). It is light, cold and transparent and more tangible than ether. Movement and sense of touch are the chief properties ascribed to Vayu.Evolved from the Rupa Tanmatra (form), Agni is hot, light, penetrative and luminous. Almost all the transformations that substances undergo are with the help of the Agni Bhuta. It plays a vital role in our body, as it is responsible for the breaking down of food to facilitate assimilation. Ayurveda calls this the Antaragni (digestive fire).

Jala evolves from the Rasa Tanmatra (taste). It is the principal component of all forms of life and necessary for sustaining life. Substances in which the water element predominates are viscous, cold, soft, moist and capable of permeating. It holds and binds things together.Anything that is solid, heavy, inert, dense and opaque is of the Prithvi Bhuta. This is the most concrete of all elements and stimulates the sense of smell as it is evolved from the Gandha Tanmatra (smell).
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Akasha : The first element to come into existence, Akasha is also the subtlest. It is the most expansive and least dense, and though it seems a vast expanse of nothingness and its existence is a paradox of sorts, it is the matrix for all the other elements.Vayu : Vayu emerges from the Sparsa Tanmatra (touch). It is light, cold and transparent and more tangible than ether. Movement and sense of touch are the chief properties ascribed to Vayu.

Agni : Evolved from the Rupa Tanmatra (form), Agni is hot, light, penetrative and luminous. Almost all the transformations that substances undergo are with the help of the Agni Bhuta. It plays a vital role in our body, as it is responsible for the breaking down of food to facilitate assimilation.

Jala : Jala evolves from the Rasa Tanmatra (taste). It is the principal component of all forms of life and necessary for sustaining life. Substances in which the water element predominates are viscous, cold, soft, moist and capable of permeating. It holds and binds things together.

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  • English
  • Malayalam

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Treatments For:

  • Back Pain
  • Diabetes
  • Headache
  • Nervous System Diseases
  • Obesity
  • Paralysis
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Skin Diseases
  • Stress
  • Vision Disorders

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


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  • Approved Ayurvedic Centre-By Govt. Of Kerala
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