Ayurveda Pandit Dr L Mahadevan at Vatayana 2014

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Ayurveda Pandit Dr L MAHADEVAN at VATAYANA 2014 will talk about 

“ Ayurvedic Concepts, Diagnosis, and Treatment Principles in Neurodegenerative conditions/Neuro lesions” .

B.A.M.S, MD, Authorized Medical Officer-Member : State planning commission formulation of twelfth five-year plan (2012-2017) – Constitution of steering committees/working groups.

Dr L Mahadevan belongs to a traditional Ayurvedic Family. His grandfather, Dr Y. Mahadeva Iyer, was a renowned Sanskrit and Vedic scholar and a successful Ayurvedic physician. He established a reputed Ayurvedic hospital (Sri Sarada Ayurvedic Hospital) at Kanyakumari District, the land’s end of India.

He carried out his research in Hemiplegia associated with Aphasia.
Under the guidance of Dr Vasudevan Nampoothiri M.D (Ayurveda)- HOD, Department of Kayachikitsa, Government Ayurveda College, Thiruvananthapuram & Dr Rani Bhasker M.D. (general medicine)- DM (neurology) HOD, Department of Neurology, Medical College,Thiruvananthapuram.

Dr L Mahadevan has been a resource person for several seminars organized by AYUSH department, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

He has participated and presented in several National and International Seminars.

He has authored more than 40 books in several areas of Ayurveda.

He has received several awards and honorific titles including Ayurveda Pandit, Ayurveda Kamadhenu.

 

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