Treatments

GYNAECOLOGY

Ayurvedic gynecology is a branch of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, that deals with the health and well-being of women. It encompasses various aspects of women’s health, including menstrual disorders, reproductive health, pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum care.

According to Ayurveda, a woman’s health is influenced by her physical, mental, and emotional states, as well as her environment and lifestyle. Ayurvedic gynecology aims to maintain the balance of these factors to ensure optimal health for women.

Shashvat Ayurveda clinic, takes a holistic approach to women’s health and gynecology. This approach recognizes that the physical, emotional, and mental health of a woman is interconnected and that addressing all of these aspects is necessary for optimal health and wellness.

In the case of gynecological disorders, Shashvat Ayurveda clinic follows a comprehensive approach that involves the following steps:

  1. Diagnosis: The clinic uses a combination of traditional Ayurvedic diagnostic techniques, such as pulse diagnosis and tongue examination, along with modern diagnostic tools to diagnose gynecological disorders.
  2. Individualized treatment plan: Once the diagnosis is made, the clinic develops an individualized treatment plan for the patient based on her specific needs and health condition. The treatment plan may include a combination of herbal remedies, diet and lifestyle modifications, yoga and meditation, and other natural therapies.
  3. Herbal remedies: Shashvat Ayurveda clinic uses a range of herbal remedies to treat gynecological disorders. These herbs are carefully selected based on their specific properties and are used to balance the doshas and promote overall health and well-being.
  4. Diet and lifestyle modifications: The clinic emphasizes the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle in the treatment of gynecological disorders. Patients are advised on specific dietary guidelines and lifestyle modifications that can help to balance their doshas and promote optimal health.
  5. Panchakarma and detoxification: In some cases, the clinic may recommend Panchakarma, a specialized Ayurvedic cleansing process that helps to detoxify the body and promote overall health.

  1. Yoga and meditation: Ayurveda recognize the importance of mental and emotional well-being in women’s health. Practices such as yoga and meditation can help to reduce stress and promote overall health and well-being.

  • Follow-up care: Shashvat Ayurveda clinic provides follow-up care to ensure that the patient’s health is improving and to make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.

Overall, Shashvat Ayurveda clinic takes a holistic approach to women’s health and gynecology, addressing all aspects of a woman’s health to promote optimal well-being.

Some of the disorders of Ayurvedic gynecology include:

Low AMH & Infertility, PCOD, PCOS & Infertility, Ovarian Cyst, Fallopian Tubal Blockages-UB,Anovulatory Cycles, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), Stress & Infertility, Obesity & Infertility, Endometriosis & Infertility, Miscarriages, Habitual Abortions, TORCH, Failed IVF , I.U.G.R.-Toxemia, Atyartav Chikitsa –  Menorrhagia, D.U.B., Metrorrhagia, Oligomenorrhea Rajo Kshay, Hypomenorrhea, Amenorrhea, Kashtartav, Shwet Pradar Chikitsa, (Leucorrhea), Som Rog, Thyroid- Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism and Infertility, Infertile Diabetic, Cervical Erosion,  Cervicitis, Cystocele, Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (DUB), Dysmenorrhea, Dyspareunia, Endometrial Hyperplasia, Endometriosis, Fibroadenoma Breast disorders, Fibroid-Uterus, Hyperprolactinemia, ,  Fibroid-Uterus, Menopause, Ovarian Cysts, Ovum Quality, Post-Menopausal Syndrome, Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, Rectocele, Uterine Polyps, Uterine Prolapse.

Personalized Treatment

Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It is based on the principle of balance and harmony between the mind, body, and spirit. Ayurveda seeks to restore balance to the individual by treating the root cause of illness, rather than just the symptoms.

Personalized treatment in Ayurveda is based on the individual’s unique constitution or “dosha,” which is determined by an evaluation of their physical, mental, and emotional characteristics. The dosha is used to identify imbalances in the body that may be contributing to symptoms or disease.

Based on this evaluation, an Ayurvedic practitioner may recommend a combination of diet, lifestyle changes, herbal remedies, and other treatments tailored to the individual’s specific needs. This personalized approach to health is a key aspect of Ayurveda and is why it is often referred to as “customized treatment.”

Ayurvedic treatments may include Panchkarma, massage with herbal oils, steam baths, yoga and meditation, and the use of herbal remedies such as teas, decoctions, and powders. The goal of Ayurvedic treatment is to restore balance and promote overall health and wellness.

Shashvat Care

Vision for an Ayurvedic Clinic:

“Our vision is to be the leading provider of authentic and effective Ayurvedic treatments, promoting holistic health and wellness for all individuals seeking a natural path to better health.”

At the core of our vision is a deep commitment to the principles of Ayurveda and a passion for helping people achieve optimal health and wellness. Through our expert practitioners, personalized treatments, and cutting-edge facilities, we aim to provide a one-stop destination for individuals seeking the benefits of Ayurvedic care.

We believe that Ayurveda holds the key to unlocking the full potential of the human body and mind, and we are dedicated to spreading this wisdom and making it accessible to all. Our goal is to provide a welcoming, supportive environment where individuals can come to find healing, peace, and rejuvenation.

With our commitment to quality and excellence, we strive to set a new standard for Ayurvedic care, offering treatments that are safe, effective, and evidence-based. Whether through personalized consultations, group classes, or online resources, we are dedicated to educating and supporting individuals on their journeys to better health.

This is our vision for the future of Ayurvedic medicine, and we are committed to making it a reality for all who seek its benefits..

Scientific Ayurveda

Scientific Ayurveda is the application of evidence-based scientific research to the ancient Indian system of medicine known as Ayurveda. It involves studying the effects of Ayurvedic treatments and herbal remedies on human physiology and disease. Scientific Ayurveda also focuses on developing new formulations and therapies that are safe and effective for modern-day illnesses.

In recent years, scientific research has provided strong evidence supporting the efficacy of many Ayurvedic remedies. For example, studies have shown that the Ayurvedic herb ashwagandha can help reduce stress and improve cognitive function, and turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that may help alleviate joint pain.

However, it is important to note that not all Ayurvedic remedies are backed by scientific research, and some may even have harmful side effects. Therefore, it is essential to consult a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner who can recommend safe and effective remedies based on individual needs and medical conditions.

Overall, Scientific Ayurveda represents a promising approach to integrating traditional Ayurvedic practices with modern scientific research to promote health and well-being.

Precision Ayurveda

Precision Ayurveda is a term that refers to the use of modern technology and data-driven approaches to enhance the practice of Ayurveda. The goal of Precision Ayurveda is to provide more individualized, effective, and evidence-based care to patients, while also preserving the traditional principles and practices of Ayurveda.

Precision Ayurveda uses a combination of data, algorithms, and machine learning to analyze large amounts of health data, including genetic information, lifestyle factors, and health history. This information is used to create a personalized health profile for each individual and to guide their care and treatment.

Some examples of Precision Ayurveda practices include:

  • Digital health assessments: Precision Ayurveda uses  health assessments to gather data on an individual’s physical, mental, and emotional health, as well as their lifestyle and dietary habits.
  • Personalized herbal remedies: Precision Ayurveda can use data and algorithms to recommend personalized herbal remedies and dosages based on an individual’s specific health profile.
  • Predictive modeling: Precision Ayurveda uses predictive modeling and machine learning to identify potential health risks and to guide preventative measures and treatment.

Precision Ayurveda aims to provide more individualized, effective, and evidence-based care to patients, while preserving the traditional principles and practices of Ayurveda. It represents a promising new direction for the field traditional Medicine and has the potential to revolutionize the way we approach health and wellness.

Palliative care in Ayurveda

Palliative care in Ayurveda focuses on improving the quality of life of patients with chronic or life-limiting illnesses. Ayurvedic palliative care aims to provide relief from the symptoms and side effects of the disease and its treatment, and to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Ayurvedic palliative care involves a comprehensive approach that includes the use of herbal remedies, dietary modifications, lifestyle changes, and other Ayurvedic therapies. Ayurvedic practitioners work with patients to develop personalized treatment plans that address their unique needs and concerns.

Herbal remedies, such as ashwagandha, guduchi, and turmeric, are commonly used in Ayurvedic palliative care to reduce pain, inflammation, and other symptoms. These herbs are chosen based on the patient’s constitution and the specific symptoms they are experiencing.

Dietary modifications may also be recommended to help manage symptoms and improve overall health. For example, a patient with digestive issues may be advised to eat a diet that is easy to digest, while a patient with fatigue may be advised to eat foods that are energizing and nourishing.

Lifestyle changes, such as stress reduction techniques, yoga, and meditation, may also be recommended to help patients manage pain, anxiety, and other symptoms, and to promote emotional and spiritual well-being.

Overall, Ayurvedic palliative care provides a holistic and personalized approach to care that can improve the quality of life for patients with chronic or life-limiting illnesses. It is important for patients to work with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner and to keep their healthcare team informed about all therapies and treatments being used.

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Evidence-based Ayurveda clinical

Evidence-based Ayurveda clinical practice refers to the application of scientific evidence and clinical research in the practice of Ayurvedic medicine. This approach is grounded in the principles of Ayurveda, which emphasizes personalized medicine, and aims to address the root cause of illness and disease rather than just treating the symptoms.

Evidence-based Ayurveda clinical practice involves evaluating the efficacy of Ayurvedic treatments and herbal remedies through rigorous clinical trials and research studies. This approach helps to identify the most effective treatments for specific conditions, and also ensures the safety of Ayurvedic remedies and therapies.

In addition to evidence-based research, clinical practice in Ayurveda also involves a thorough assessment of the patient’s health and medical history, including any previous treatments or medications. Ayurvedic practitioners use a combination of diagnostic tools, including pulse diagnosis, tongue diagnosis, and lifestyle assessment to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Overall, evidence-based Ayurveda clinical practice offers a holistic and personalized approach to healthcare that is backed by scientific research and clinical evidence. It promotes the integration of modern medicine with traditional Ayurvedic practices, and provides patients with safe and effective treatments for a wide range of conditions.

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CUSTOMIZED TREATMENT AYURVEDA

Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It is based on the principle of balance and harmony between the mind, body, and spirit. Ayurveda seeks to restore balance to the individual by treating the root cause of illness, rather than just the symptoms.

Customized treatment in Ayurveda is based on the individual’s unique constitution or “dosha,” which is determined by an evaluation of their physical, mental, and emotional characteristics. The dosha is used to identify imbalances in the body that may be contributing to symptoms or disease.

Based on this evaluation, an Ayurvedic practitioner may recommend a combination of diet, lifestyle changes, herbal remedies, and other treatments tailored to the individual’s specific needs. This personalized approach to health is a key aspect of Ayurveda and is why it is often referred to as “customized treatment.”

Ayurvedic treatments may include massage with herbal oils, steam baths, yoga and meditation, and the use of herbal remedies such as teas, decoctions, and powders. The goal of Ayurvedic treatment is to restore balance and promote overall health and wellness.

It’s important to note that while Ayurveda can be a useful complementary therapy for some individuals, it is not a substitute for conventional medical care. If you have a serious health condition, it is always best to consult with a qualified healthcare provider.

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Ayurvedic Diet

Ayurvedic diet is a traditional way of eating based on the principles of Ayurveda, a system of holistic medicine that originated in India thousands of years ago. The Ayurvedic diet focuses on eating whole foods that are fresh, organic, and seasonal, with an emphasis on balancing the three doshas (vata, pitta, and kapha) that make up a person’s constitution.

In general, an Ayurvedic diet emphasizes:

  • Eating fresh, whole foods: Ayurveda recommends eating fresh, whole foods that are minimally processed, and avoiding foods that are canned, frozen, or packaged.
  • Eating seasonally: The Ayurvedic diet emphasizes eating foods that are in season, as these foods are believed to have the greatest nutritional value and be most supportive of the body’s needs during that time of year.
  • Eating according to your dosha: Ayurveda believes that each person has a unique constitution, or dosha, and that certain foods can either balance or aggravate that dosha. For example, vata individuals are believed to benefit from warm, cooked foods, while pitta individuals are encouraged to eat cooling foods.
  • Mindful eating: Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of mindful eating, which involves paying attention to the taste, texture, and aroma of food, as well as the act of eating itself.
  • Using spices and herbs: Ayurvedic cooking often uses a variety of spices and herbs, which are believed to not only enhance the flavor of food but also provide medicinal benefits.

Some common foods in the Ayurvedic diet include fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds, and herbal teas. It’s important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to the Ayurvedic diet, and it’s important to work with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner to determine the best dietary approach for your individual needs.

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Ayurveda Oncology

Ayurveda has been used for centuries to support the treatment of various diseases, including cancer. Ayurvedic practitioners take a holistic approach to cancer treatment that includes a combination of lifestyle changes, dietary modifications, herbal remedies, and other Ayurvedic therapies.

While Ayurveda can be a complementary therapy for cancer patients, it is important to note that it is not a substitute for conventional cancer treatment. It is important for cancer patients to work with their healthcare team to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that includes both conventional and complementary therapies.

Some Ayurvedic herbs and remedies have been shown to have potential anti-cancer properties. For example, turmeric has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that may help reduce the risk of cancer. Ashwagandha has also been studied for its potential anti-cancer properties, particularly in relation to its ability to reduce stress and inflammation.

Ayurveda also emphasizes the importance of lifestyle modifications, such as regular exercise, stress reduction, and a balanced diet. These lifestyle changes can help support the body’s natural healing processes and improve overall health and well-being.

Overall, Ayurveda can be a complementary therapy for cancer patients, and may provide additional support and relief from symptoms. However, it is important to work with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner and to keep your healthcare team informed about all therapies and treatments being used.

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