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Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital & Research Centre

1st Floor, Govt.Ayurveda Hospital Nutan Colony , Sarkanda Bilaspur- 495006
Chhattisgarh , India  India


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

Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital & Research Centre - Sarkanda Bilaspur

Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital & Research Centre, the NABH accredited, and ISO 9001-2008 and Green Leaf Certified Ayurveda Centre in Kerala, where the science of harmony (Ayurveda) has been adapted and amended to its purest form.

Born from the famous Nelliakattu Mana, a traditional household of Vaidyas (physicians) which is a repository of vast traditional knowledge in Ayurveda handed down through centuries, especially in Shalakya Thantra (ENT), one of the eight branches of Ayurveda that deals with diagnosis and treatment of disease affecting those organs of human body located above the neck. The association of Nelliakattu Mana with Netra Chikitsa (Ayurveda Ophthalmology) goes back to a few centuries.

Over the period since its inception in the year 1999, Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital & Research Centre has metamorphosed into one of the largest Ayurveda healthcare service providers in the country with super specialty in Ayurveda Ophthalmology. Today, Sreedhareeyam group has following establishments in its credit.

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Ayurveda is not just about good physical health. It is a therapy that promises holistic wellness. The natural herbs and oils used in the therapy are of great medicinal value as is said in the Vedic literature on Ayurveda. The history of Ayurveda which can be traced back to the Vedic Ages clearly lays out instructions to maintain health as well as fighting illnesses through therapies such as massages, herbal medicines, diet control and exercise. Elimination of toxic elements from the body is the primary function of this curing remedy.

The system gets purified when the poisonous elements are removed from the body. As a result, the chances of falling ill are largely zeroed down which makes one feel tension-free. It rejuvenates the mind, body and soul. Charaka Samhitha (Treatise on Medicine), Susrutha Samhitha (Treatise on Surgery) and Ashtanga Samgraha (Treatise on the basic principles) are the three major treatises in Ayurveda.

These treatises tell us that every individual has a unique constitution. Every organ or system has an energy related to it and there has to be equilibrium between them. The balance generally gets affected when we fall ill. The objective of Ayurveda is to reestablish this equilibrium in order to maintain good health.


Diabetic Retinopathy - Generally Diabetic Retinopathy occurs a long time after the occurrence of diabetes. Usually both the eyes are involved. The main reason for this Roga is Prameha (Diabetics). If Prameha is not treated in time, the circulation through veins and arteries to the Netrapadalas will be decreased resulting in total loss of vision. In modern medical science, the retinal detachment and weakening of the optic nerve cause blindness.

Retinitis Pigmentosa - The connective tissues of the Retina are enlarged and rods and cones are weakened and finally degeneration occurs. Usually the disease starts in the outer layer of retina and gradually progress to the inner layer. If the degeneration is in the periphery, the full vision is diminished and when degeneration occurs in the macula, the central vision is diminished. The first symptom of this disease is night blindness. Retinitis Pigmentosa is found to be a genetic disease which is mostly seen in children, born from blood-related parents.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Payment Options

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Treatments For:

  • Diabetes

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

Emergency Services:Services are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week
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