Treatments are done by qualified and experienced masseurs and therapists under the direct supervision of doctors.
Ojasvi Ayurveda Hospital is located at Nellikurissi just 7 Kms from Ottapalam in an ideal panoramic background. Modern facilities are aligning with the glorious tradition and practical experience.
An Ayurvedic care for a better vision as prescribed in the ancient science under the leadership of our physician who holds post graduate diploma in eye care and practically trained under experts in the field. Panchakarma treatments and health care provided by graduated Ayurveda doctors available round the clock.
The whole programmes are guided by Dr. A.K Jayadevan, Senior physician having 40 years of experience in the field. Also he is hailing from a traditional ayurveda family , the roots of which extend to times immemorial. Treatments are done by qualified and experienced masseurs and therapists under the direct supervision of doctors.
He will be the visiting consultant and mentor. He has got practical experience in this field for almost four decades. He is presently the senior physician at Ojasvi Ayurveda Hospital & Netra Chikitsalaya.
A BAMS graduate from Dr. MGR Medical University Of Tamilnadu, has got 7 years of experience and is presently the Chief medical officer at Ojasvi Ayurveda hospital & Nethra Chikitsalaya.
A BAMS graduate from Dr. MGR Medical University Of Tamilnadu, and a holder of PG Diploma in Ayurvedic Ophthalmology ( CRAV, by Govt. of India ). She has also gained practical experience from ‘Sreedhareeyam Nethra Chikithsalayam‘, Koothattukulam, an institution having global reputation in this field. She is presently the medical officer at Ojasvi Ayurveda Hospital & Nethra Chikitsalaya.
An Ayurvedic Care For a Better Vision
Shalakya thanthra is the branch of Ayurveda which deals with diagnosis and management of diseases occuring above the neck viz diseases of eye,ears,nose,throat,head and neck.
Various types of diseases of eye ie Nethra rogas are described in Ayurveda. The classification of eye diseases is well elaborated in Ayurveda classical texts like Charaka samhitha,Susrutha samhitha, Ashtanga Hrudayam,Ashtanga samgraham, etc.
The promotion of the Visual Acuity was considered as one of the priorities in the branch of shalakya thanthra. Many procedures and formulations have been described to cure the ophthalmic diseases.
Susrutha, the father of ancient Indian surgery, advocated kriyakalpa as the main theraputic procedures in Nethra rogas, along with other forms of treatments. Some of the proven principles of management procedures and medicaments include intake of ghee (Ghrutha paana), Tharpana(nourishing eye bath therapy), Nasya( processed liquid instalation through the nostrils by drops or powder) ,Parisheka( eye bath), Bidalaka(medicated paste application on eyelid), and Anjana(collyrium). These procedures improves the vision by strengthening of ciliary muscles, proper accomodation of lenses etc. On the other hand these procedures are helpful in dealing with inflammatory conditions like conjunctivitis,corneal ulsers etc. Thus the kriyakalpa can be done in healing as well as eye diseased condition to improve the ophthalmic health.