Deeragh Ayurvedic treatment Centre stands as legacy in Ayurveda in the heart of Royal City of the Punjab,Patiala. This is an eminent Centre run by the renowned Ayurvedic experts Dr Tejbir Singh MD (kayachikitsa) since 2003. Most importantly, this centre has an excellent approach in healing acute as well as chronic ailments of all generas. Apart from this, the centre also provides online consultation along with treatment to the denizens worldwide. Here, the healing is done on a personalized basis and every individual is known to have benefited both personally as well as spiritually owing to Ayurveda’s wisdom of healing.
Additionally, this centre also focuses on lifestyle changes,changes in diet patterns, suggesting yogic exercises and meditation, breathing or relaxation exercises along with the herbal remedies for the ailments.The main goal of the ambiance is to promote good health not to fight diseases. The relaxation techniques, detoxification programs and rejuvenating therapies lead to achieve the best possible health condition. Furthermore, the centre does not try to suppress the ailments by prescribing drugs. Instead it treats the whole body with aims to prevent the illness by finding and eliminating its root cause. Moreover, a detailed analysis that includes checking of pulse, skin, hair and analyzing sleep pattern is carried out to determine doshas as dominating doshas are the main culprit for any disease . Undoubtedly, through its complete wellness programme,this incredible centre uplifts the health of the dwellers by focusing on the burgeoning incidences of ill health and its solutions.
Deeragh Ayu Ayurvedic Treatment Centre has been conceptualized by Vaidya Tejbir singh renowned Ayurvedic Physician of India who practices kaya chikitsa which is one of the clinical specialty of Ayurveda. Vaidya Tejbir Singh, was born and brought up in a family of Ayurvedic Physician at Patiala. He did his basic schooling and B.A.M.S (Ayurvedacharya) from Govt.Ayurvedic college Patiala and M.D.from Desh Bhagat University, Gobindgarh. He learnt the applied aspects of Kaya chikitsa from his father vaidya Satnam Singh. Vaidya Tejbir started his private practice in October 2003 at Patiala.
The practice of kaya chikitsa was transformed from generation to generation under Guru-Shishya parampra (master to student tradition). Here, Vaidya Tejbir Singh acquired the essence and techniques of this glorified science from his father Vaidya Satnam Singh. And his father was blessed by his father Vaidya Harnam Singh who was master of Ayurvedic Medicine.
Ayurveda is an ancient health care tradition that has been practiced in India for at least 5,000 years. The word comes from the Sanskrit terms ayur (life) and veda (knowledge).
Though Ayurveda, or Ayurvedic medicine, was documented in the sacred historical texts known as the Vedas many centuries ago, Ayurveda has evolved over the years and is now integrated with other traditional practices, including yoga.
Ayurveda is widely practiced on the Indian subcontinent — more than 90 percent of Indians use some form of Ayurvedic medicine and the tradition has gained popularity in the Western world, though it’s still considered an alternative medical treatment. Some researchers who study Ayurveda believe that understanding a patient’s doshas — and in turn his or her prakruti — can help determine that patient’s risk of developing certain diseases or health conditions. In a study published in 2013 in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Manyam used the principles of Ayurvedic medicine to identify populations that may be at higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. The study found that the incidence of Parkinson’s disease was highest in those with a vata prakruti (those whose dominant dosha is vata).
Such studies can be helpful not only in identifying vulnerable populations for diseases but also in delaying the onset of symptoms and slowing the progression of the disease, according to Manyam. In the case of patients with Parkinson’s disease, individuals with a vata prakruti may alter their diet or seek Ayurvedic treatments that will keep their doshas in balance, Manyam said.
Disturbances in any of the three major doshas are addressed by a range of Ayurvedic treatments, including herbal remedies, dietary restrictions, yoga, massage, meditation and breathing exercises called pranayama.
Tumeric, spice derived from the turmeric plant (Curcuma longa), is often prescribed by Ayurvedic practitioners. Turmeric contains beta-carotene, calcium, flavonoids, iron, niacin, potassium, zinc and other nutrients. And in addition to its potential effectiveness in treating peptic ulcers and some forms of cancer, turmeric also has proven anti-inflammatory properties. Several studies have suggested that it may help reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
Another widely used Ayurvedic treatment is frankincense, a dried resin derived from the Boswellia tree. According to NCCAM, osteoarthritis patients had significant decreases in pain after using a frankincense remedy.
Ayurvedic practice of yoga may help reduce anxiety and improve quality of life, making it a beneficial practice for those with heart disease and hypertension.
Ayurveda encompasses various techniques for assessing health. The practitioner carefully evaluates key signs and symptoms of illness, especially in relation to the origin and cause of an imbalance. They also consider the patient’s suitability for various treatments. The practitioner arrives at diagnosis through direct questioning, observation and a physical exam, as well as inference. Basic techniques such taking the pulse, observing the tongue, eyes and physical form; and listening to the tone of the voice are employed during an assessment.
Palliative and cleansing measures, when appropriate, can be used to help eliminate an imbalance along with suggestions for eliminating or managing the causes of the imbalance. Recommendations may include the implementation of lifestyle changes; starting and maintaining a suggested diet; and the use of herbs.
Ayurveda addresses all aspects of life — the body, mind and spirit. It recognizes that each of us is unique, each responds differently to the many aspects of life, each possesses different strengths and weaknesses. Through insight, understanding and experience Ayurveda presents a vast wealth of information on the relationships between causes and their effects, both immediate and subtle, for each unique individual.
We have been part of Deeragh Ayu Ayurveda Centre for 19 years. Dr Tejbir Singh is an expert in pulse diagnosis (Nadi Parikshan), and Prakriti-vikriti analysis. Our skill-set entails helping our patients restore balance of their bio-energies through Nasya–Nasal therapy, Sneha Vasti–Oil enema therapy, Kashaya Vasti–Herbal enema therapy, Shirovasti, Uttara Vasti, Udvartana, Karna Poorana, Kavala-Gandusha, Sarvanga Dhara, Netra Vasti, and other therapies.
Besides treating diseases, We practice preventive and curative ayurveda along with the multidimensional values of yoga.
Deeragh Ayu Ayurvedic Treatment Centre also provides the excellent ayurvedic treatment for gynecology Issues in Patiala. Having a decade of experience in treating women health problems, at Deeragh Ayu ayurvedic Centre , we analyze each individual followed by proper ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then the treatments are prescribed. We provide the best ayurvedic treatment for gynecology issues that is unique to each individual and their body type(dosha), identifying the underlying factors in the ailment.
Gynecology is the area of expertise that focuses on treating women problems. Gynecology deals with issues related to irregular menstrual cycles and other such gynecological issues.
Body of a woman is magnificently complex as well as delicate. The composition of both outer and inside genital organs is quite different from that of men. More and More young as well as old women are facing countless troubles such as menstrual irregularities, painful, overindulgence and serious bleeding, lack of menstruation, white falling, infectivity, unproductiveness, cysts, fibroids and others.
All these problems come under gynecological issues and thus, to get rid of them permanently, help of Ayurvedic treatment for gynecology issues is advisable. There are detailed descriptions in Ayurveda on how to maintain good health in women.
Diseases of women arise as a result of improper food and regimen. These results in the de- arrangement of the three doshas, vata, pitta and Kapha along with the blood, situated in the reproductive organ, give rise to numerous diseases. Depending upon the combinations of the doshas involved the diseases exhibit characteristic symptoms. Innumerable combinations of Decoctions, Powders, Pills, Pastes, Oils, Ghees for internal use and ointments,pastes for external application are employed to cure these disorders.