Kaya Chikitsa

Kaya Chikitsa offered at the OPD of Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Center is premised on the paradigm of Asthanga Ayurveda principles. Kaya Chikitsa traces its origin to one of the first and most established treatise on Ayurveda- Charak Samhita. Kaya Chikitsa is a speciality clinic that deals with general medicine and cure of diseases affecting the body. Kaya Chikitsa derives its nomenclature from the words Kaya meaning body and Chikitsa meaning treatment.

Based on the first of eight principles of ayurved known as asthanga ayurved, it offers holistic treatment of the body based on change of diet, clothing and residence. Based on the concept of Agni, the concept of kaya is responsible for complete bio-transformation. The body derives its energy (agni) from the food that we eat and the air that is inhaled. This energy is channelized into cells and utilized by them. A unique aspect of Kaya Chikitsa is Kaya Kalpa. Kaya Kalpa refers to the renewal and rejuvenation of the body. It sustains the youthfulness of the body and slows down the effects of ageing through application of physical and psychological methods to the body once it has been detoxified through panchyakarma.

How Kaya Chikitsa Offered at Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Center Can Benefit You?

Kaya Chikitsa offered at the OPD of Ishan Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Center is a branch of herbal and holistic medicine that deals with ascertaining the root cause of illness affecting the body. It streamlines the mechanism by means of which the body derives its energy. It aims to streamline and improve the effects caused by the three doshas namely: vata-pitta-kapha. Some of the major diseases that can be cured with the consulting of doctors using Kaya Chikitsa are as follows:

  1. i. Skin disorders
  2. ii. Tuberculosis
  3. iii. Rheumatoid Arthritis

The list of diseases for which consulting is offered by the Kaya Chikitsa specialty clinic includes the above diseases but is by no means limited to the same.

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