Therapies

HYDROTHERAPY:

In hydrotherapy, water applications are made in cold, neutral and hot temperatures to produce thermic and circulatory reactions in the body, excellent especially with stress management techniques.

Cold hydriatic applications are tonic by reaction and used in eliminative and constructive phases. Neutral baths are soothing and relaxing both to the body and mind. Hot applications,though atonic by reaction, are helpful in mitigating aches, pains and relieve internal congestions.

Methods of application : Packing (general or local),steambaths, cold sitz, head or foot baths, bandages (wet or dry), fomentations and poultices and rubbings and water potations.

Mud therapy

It is basically a cold therapeutical application to produce circulatory and thermic processes directed towards affected parts of the body. Producing this reaction on a regular basis will help in construction of cells and elimination of cellular toxins. But in certain cases like arthritis, hot mud applications are also implemented.

Hot mud applications are useful in relieving congestion, reducing pain and in passive inflammatory conditions such as muscular pains and fibromyalgia. For asthma patients, hot mud applications upon the back relieve lung congestion and helps in reducing paroxysmal attack.

Massage & Mechano therapies

Massage and Mechano therapies help in regulating the flow of blood and lymphatic circulations in the body and hence useful as an indirect exercise procedure .A good massage produces hyperemia which inturn activates sebaceous and perspiratory ducts to relieve toxins through the skin. Such a massage tones up the muscles and relaxes the nerve endings.

A typical massage in this regard involves manipulating the patient’s body with pressure, tension, motion, or vibration done manually or with mechanical aids.

DIET THERAPY

A naturopath plans the diet of a patient so it can act as internal medicine, keeping in view of his/her age, ailment, nutritive habits and necessities. Accordingly, 3-phase treatment namely of eliminative, soothing and constructive nature is administered.

The diet is planned for relieving the patient from symptomatic acute conditions which sometime may arise in the form of healing crises during the treatment period. Specific diets are also prescribed in specific other conditions in purview of calorie intake and nutritional balances.

Diet therapy promotes a balanced selection of foods vital for good health, by combining appropriate amount of nutrients in food and volume of water.

Fasting Therapy:

In Naturopathy, fasting therapy is considered important for it provides a chance for purification right upto the cellular level. It diverts conserved energy towards elimination of toxins by having the patient observe fluid-only fasting. This therapy involves the consumption of juices of raw fruit or vegetables.

A person avails fasting therapy to prevent bad health, to treat a medical condition or to produce a certain outcome like strengthening the immune system.

Physiotherapy:

Physiotherapy is concerned with prevention and management of movement disorders arising from conditions and diseases occurring throughout the lifespan. It involves undertaking exercises of specific group of muscles to ultimately strengthen them. All mechanical injuries are treated in physiotherapy without using drugs.

Acupressure & Reflexology:

Stimulating the acupressure points present in palms & soles, blood circulation as well as the nervous system function. Reflexology or zone therapy, on the other hand, is the practice of massaging, squeezing, pushing in parts of the feet or sometimes the hands and ears with the goal of encouraging a corresponding beneficial effect on other parts of the body.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a technique of inserting and manipulating needles into points on the body with the aim of relieving pain experienced from other parts for therapeutic purposes.

Chromo therapy:
Chromo therapy is argued as a form of pseudoscience where different strands of colours are used to charge up water and oil in order to create a balance of “energy” lacking from a person’s body, be it on physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental levels.

Magnetotherapy:

It is another pseudoscientific medicinal practice involving the use of static magnetic fields producing benefits in certain body parts; especially blood for its composition is slightly diamagnetic and paramagnetic in different conditions.

Yoga Therapy:

Yoga therapy helps not only in cleansing the body but also to bring harmony among the body, mind and spirit. Yogic Kriyas (actions to be finished) such as Jalneti, Sutraneti, Dhauti, Laghu-shankha-Prakshalana, Shankha Prakshalana and Kapalabhati help a person in cleansing the body of toxins.

Yoga Asanas(prescribed bodily postures) are specially recommended in eliminating different forms of diseases, to improve the functional ability of vital organs, to bring flexibility in joints and muscles and to strengthen agility. Pranayama (breathing exercises) help in stimulating brain neuro transmitters which control voluntary and involuntary functions of the body, and at the same time enrich body cells with oxygen.

The technique of Yoga Nidra (lucid sleeping) enhances the relaxing capacity of the mind which in turn improves stress- bearing capacity by strengthening the functions of the endocrinal system and neuromuscular system.

OTHER :

  • Enema
  • Mud Pack
  • Mud Bath
  • Vibro Massage
  • Oil Massage
  • Partial oil Massage
  • Hot stone massage
  • Colon therapy
  • Salt glow therapy
  • Steam bath
  • Sauna Bath
  • Infra sauna
  • Jacuzzi
  • Hot Foot and Arm Bath
  • Contrast Hydro Massage
  • Graduated Immersion Bath with Epsom Salt
  • Neutral Immersion Bath
  • Neem Immersion Bath
  • Asthma Bath
  • Neutral/Cold Immersion Bath with Friction
  • Immersion Bath/Oxygen Bath
  • Contrast Foot Arm Bath
  • Gastro hepatic pack
  • Kidney pack
  • Chest pack
  • Mustard Pack
  • Castor oil Pack
  • Yoga therapy
  • Diet therapy
  • Contrast arm & foot bath
  • Plantain leaf bath