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Post Operative Care

India  has  a  very  old  civilisation  of  more  than  5000  years  and  is  known  for  her  cultural  and religious  diversities  with  diverse  geographical  landmarks.  The  traditional  arts  and  crafts  add  to her  appeal  to  attract  tourists.  In  India,  according  to  the  famous  words  “Atithi  Devo  Bhava”  refers tourists  are  treated  as  God.  

Post Surgery Treatment or Post-operative care is the care you receive after a surgical procedure. The type of postoperative care you need depends on the type of surgery you have, as well as your health history. It often includes pain management and wound care. 

Postoperative care begins immediately after surgery. It lasts for the duration of your hospital stay and may continue after you’ve been discharged. Before you have surgery, ask your doctor what the postoperative care will involve. This will give you time to prepare beforehand. Your doctor may revise some of their instructions after your surgery, based on how your surgery went and how well you’re recovering. Post operative care depends specifically on the type of operation you’ve undergone. There are numerous ways in which your post treatment care could be taken for. In  India,  in  addition  to  existence  of  modern  medicine,  indigenous  or traditional  medical  practitioners  continue  to  practice  throughout  the  country.  Popular  indigenous healthcare  traditions  include  Ayurveda,  Siddha,  Unani,  Naturopathy,  and  Yoga.

WHAT IS AYURVEDA?

Ayurvedic medicine, or commonly known as Ayurveda for short, is one of the oldest medical practises performed. It is purely based on the belief that health and wellness depends on a very delicate balance of the mind, body and the spirit. Ayurvedic medicine is particularly effective for metabolic, stress related, and chronic conditions. The main aim of Ayurveda is not to fight diseases, but to promote good health and well being, but different treatments can be geared u towards specific health problems. In the United States of America, is is considered a form of complimentary and alternative medicine.

HOW DOES AYURVEDA WORK TOWARDS RECOVERY?

Ayurvedic treatments are most commonly used after the patient has undergone a major surgery. The post treatment packages include, Ayurvedic treatments if suggested by the doctor for a speedy and steady recovery. Ayurvedic resorts have become popular destinations for relaxation and rejuvenation in India, while Ayurvedic hospitals cater for people seeking Ayurvedic treatment for more serious health problems.

WHAT IS THE BEST TIME FOR AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS?

During the monsoon from June to September, is an ideal time for Ayurvedic treatment because the atmosphere remains cool, moist, and dust free. This helps the body’s pores to open up, making it most receptive to herbal oils and therapy.

WHY INDIA FOR AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS?

India is a wonderful tourist destination, which welcomes its guests with age old practice of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is very relaxing and rejuvenating form of treatment which relieves your body and mind. India offers a wide range of Ayurvedic treatments and Ayurvedic Health and Wellness resorts,  and it is advised that after you have undergone a medical procedure, you opt for one of the ayurveda packages for healthy and speedy recovery.

Ayurveda originated in India some 5000 years ago. It’s a traditional medicine of India, which is today practiced in many parts of the world as an alternative medicine. Ayurveda means the ‘science of life’. It is an ancient way of holistic living. The main aim of Ayurveda practice is to rejuvenate a person’s body mind and soul.

WHAT WE DO?

Generally, after a surgery, to increase the rate of recovery, doctors often advise to check in to an Ayurvedic resort or an Ayurvedic health and wellness center. The goal of treatment is to cleanse your body of undigested food, which can stay in your body and lead to illness. The cleansing process—called “panchakarma”— is designed to reduce your symptoms and restore harmony and balance.

An Ayurvedic practitioner will jot down a specific treatment plan designed exclusively for you. A detailed itinerary will be then sent to you after consulting your doctor. He will take into account your physical state, and suggest you the appropriate treatment. We will be assisting you throughout your treatment, even if you opt for an individual Ayurvedic package.

 

Given below is wide range of diseases related to the name of the treatment they offer-

Ayurvedic Treatment List of Diseases
Abhyangam Pain, Mental Stress, Gastric Problems, De-toxification, Immunity Problems, Weight
Shirodhara Loss, Paralysis, Skin Problems
Kashayadhara Sleep Problems, Insomnia, Stress, Hair Fall
Greeva Basti Psoriasis, eczema, scalp lesions,   hairfall
Janu Basti Neck Pain, Neck Spondolysis, Neck Arthritis
Kati Basti Knee Pain, Knee Arthritis
Spine Basti Back Pain, sciatica, lumbar spondylosis
Kizhi Spine arthritis, Spondolysis of spine,
Mukha Lepam Pain , Mental stress
Netra Tarpanam Skin Care, Skin conditions
Padabhyangam Vision problems, Eye strain, Headaches
Pizhichil Pain, Mental stress, De-toxification, Gastric problems, Paralysis
Shringara Pain, Mental stress, Immunity problems, Paralysis
Soundarya Skin care treatment
Thalapothichil Skin care treatment
Ubtan Scalp and hair care
Udvartanam Skin care, Weight Loss