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Ayurvedic Treatment for Non-Healing Wounds
HEALING OF ULCERS & NON HEALING WOUND WITH AYURVEDA
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Healing of Chronic Diabetic ulcers through Ayurveda
Disclaimer:* Outcomes may vary from person to person
It is important to consult a doctor if there is any suspicion of diabetes or observe any symptoms like frequent urination and thirst, intense hunger, unusual weight loss or weight gain, fatigue and tiredness, blurred vision, cuts and wounds that take longer to heal, itchy skin or skin infections, numbness or tingling in your feet and hands, fast growth of nails and hair and bad breath.
A systematic root-cause diagnosis and management lowers the likelihood of serious diabetic complications like Non healing wound, diabetic wound, diabetic foot, diabetic ulcer and avoid damage to key organs including eye (diabetic retinopathy), kidney (diabetic nephropathy) and nerves (diabetic neuropathy).
With Ayurveda’s root-cause diagnosis and management, AyurVAID simultaneously treats symptoms and underlying cause of non-healing wound, naturally, with the help of safe and time tested Ayurveda protocol. AyurVAID treats diabetic complications like chronic non healing wound, diabetic wound, diabetic ulcer, and diabetic foot through Panchakarma and other classical Ayurvedic therapies and medicines transformed into time bound personalized treatment plan.AyurVAID Hospitals is a chain of Ayurveda hospitals providing evidence based precision medical care
- India's 1st Ayurveda hospital accredited by NABH, Quality Council of India
- Winner of prestigious National award for Best Ayurveda Centre of the year 2017 from Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
- Recipient of Economic Time’s Best Asian Healthcare Brands for 2017 and Best Indian Healthcare Brands for 2016
AyurVAID’s rigorous process driven protocols for evidence based precision medical care is followed by all our hospitals and clinics in Bangalore (Karnataka), Kochi (Ernakulam, Kerala) and Kalmatia in Himalayas (Almora, Uttarakhand).
- Purification of body by ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapy, specifically through Vamana (medicated emesis) and Virechana (purgation) procedures
- Ayurvedic Bloodletting (Siravyadha Chikitsa) is done with the help of surgical instruments by puncturing appropriate indicated vein or sira. It is a kind of an invasive procedure and consider as ‘Ayurvedic venepuncture’ procedure.
- Diet - Throughout the treatment regimen, a specific and strict diet plan is followed.
- The ulcer is washed with the use of decoctions
- Proper dressing of the ulcer is done
The AyurVAID protocol is based on a simple premise that the Physician must diagnose and treat only based on sufficient evidence. This evidence should be ‘patient or rogi’ based in addition to being ‘disease or roga’ based in accordance with the fundamental principles of Ayurveda Read more...
In practice, Non Healing Ulcer, Chronic Wound, Chronic Ulcer (Dushta Vrana) is a common condition which has proved challenging to the medical practitioner.
Even though healing of a Vrana (wound) is a natural process of the body, the Vrana should be protected from Dosha Dushti & from various micro-organisms which may hamper the natural course of wound healing. As the sciences have advanced, newer therapies are being tried out to boast the recovery process.
But, ancient and time tested remedies in Ayurveda as practiced at AyurVAID still lead the race. Acharya Sushruta “The Father of Indian Surgery” has explained Vrana in detail in his classical text “Sushruta Samhita”. The wound healing procedures described by Sushruta still holds its place today and being practiced in all our hospitals in Bangalore (Karnataka), Kochi (Ernakulam, Kerala) and Kalmatia in Himalayas (Almora, Uttarakhand) in India.
- Ulcer due to Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Diabetic Foot Ulcer
- Varicose Vein Ulcer
- Ulcer due to Thromboangiitis obliterans (TAO) or Buerger's disease
- Tropic Ulcer (Neurogenic ulcer) and Tropical Ulcer
- Soft sores and chronic bed sores
- Malignant ulcer
- Callous ulcer
- Diabetic wound
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Disclaimer: * Outcomes may vary from person to person