Born and brought up in Indian sub-continent, Ayurveda has always been a part of me. But I didn’t even know the real Ayurveda until I picked it as my subject of Major for formal eduction in college. Its been 15 years since I joined college then but I am still an ardent student of Ayurveda. Every textbook, every author and most importantly every patient gives me a new insight in Ayurveda’s vast potential. With my every patient my enthusiasm is that of first timer and my experience is that of so many years of practice. I view Ayurveda not as some ancient Indian science but as applicative, modern natural healing that can gradually become a part and parcel of life. Here is some insight in how I work with every individual-
Knowledge- Ayurveda is a very vast life science. Since October-2003, I have been studying it and I will be a life-long Ayurveda student. Equipped with knowledge, logic, scientific reasoning, dedication, action and responsibility I approach my every patient. The most suitable treatment can be handed out when the Physician has the complete knowledge about causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment (which pacifies the symptoms, cures the disease from its roots and prevents recurrence of disease).
Experience- I started my own Ayurveda practice in January 2010. Since then I have seen hundreds of patients through in-person, phone, email and video consultation. Every instance has been a very important value addition to my experience yet I approach every new patient with the feverish enthusiasm of a first case.
Efficiency- At any given time I have many patients under my care. Yet, I do not discriminate and give my best to each and every person.
Honesty- I am here to work with you and not against you. Withholding the best possible treatment from you would harm the whole concept of treatment. Your good health is our success. So starting from initial diagnosis to expected results and your expectations- Honesty is our best interests and that is what we provide.
Confidentiality- Any discussion or consultation involving your case will be conducted discreetly and that individuals, not involved in direct care, will not be present/will not be privy to information without permission of the patient.
Efficacy- Medicines used in Ayurveda are purely herbal and not artificially synthesized. Every plant is having its own lifecycle in different seasons and accordingly their Guna, Karma, Prabhavas change. food can be your best medicine if used wisely and medicine can become food if used unwisely. Suiting your individualistic needs I recommend herbs if and when required.