Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine) OPD

Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine) OPD

Kaya Chikitsa is one of the important branches of Ayurveda. This branch deals with various physical and psychological diseases like Fever, Rakta-pitta, Shotha, Prameha, manasrog etc.

The OPD of Kayachikitsa (General Medicine) department in the hospital of Ishan Ayurvedic medical College & Research Centre is a thread which links with all the departmental OPDs. It is managed by an excellent and competent group of doctors including Consultant, medical officers and paramedical staff.

Ayurveda is having holistic approach towards life mainly concerned with the treatment of body, mind and soul.

Kayachikitsa is the first branch of ashtang ayurved that deals with general medicine,  where kaya means body and chikitsa means treatment.

Another unique aspect of kayachikitsa is Rasayana (Rejuvenation) and Vajikaran (Aphrodisiac) Rasayan chikitsa is useful for promotion of health and curing enhances the sexual vigour and useful to procreate an ideal Progeny.

The role of mind in the causation and cure of diseases is well recognized in Kayachikitsa, hence due importance is given to strict mental discipline and adherence to moral values. For the same postment of manasroga is described in kayachikitsa.

Curing the disease can be attained through shaman (pacification) and shodhana (purification/detoxification) chikitsa, shaman chikitsa pacify the morbid doshas, where as shodhan expels the accumulated doshas.

There is emphasis on early detection and management of lifestyle related diseases like metabolic syndrome, obesity, Dyslipidaemias apart from chronic ailments like Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension and Hemiplegia and Others.

Specialised Ayurvedic Treatment in Kayachikitsa OPD

  • Metabolic Disorders – Diabetes, Thyroid Disorders, Obesity, Hypertension
  • Joint Pain and Muscle Pain – Rheumatoid arthritis, Pain in Legs, Hands, Ankle Pain, Whole Body pain, Cervical and Lumbar Spondylosis, Cervical Spondylitis, Sciatica
  • Physical Weakness, Lethargy, Loss of desire to work
  • Skin Related Problems – Psoriasis, Eczema, Skin Rashes and allergies,Itching
  • Respiratory Disorders – Chronic Cold and Cough, Difficulty in Respiration, Bronchial Asthma
  • Chronic Fever, Jaundice, Hepatitis, Anemia
  • Cardiac problems
  • Kidney Stones, Gall Bladder Stones
  • Digestive Disorders – Gastritis, Indigestion, Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Excessive Bloating, Burning Sensation, Stomach pain, Excessive Belching, Vomiting, Loose Motions
  • Mental Disorders – Depression, Anxiety, Loss of Sleep