Various eminent Siddha doctors provide consultation at the hospital from 9 am to 9 pm at the hospital.
Special treatments are available for:
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EXTERNAL THERAPIES IN SIDDHA
External therapies in Siddha are broadly classified under 32 categories.Recently, External therapies ARE assuming great importance, since they are safe and efficient, though simple. Therapies are aimed at maintaining a healthy balance of the three humours (vali, azhal, iyyam) and nourishment of saptha dhathus namely saaram(lymph), cheneer(blood), oon(muscle), kozhuppu(fat), yenbu(bone), moolai(marrow), sukkilam(reproductive tissue).
Among the external therapies, physical therapies like thokkanam, varmam and pilzhichal are useful in treating neuromuscular disorders.
Steam therapy, nasal drops and oleation therapy are advised in treating kapha diseases like respiratory infections, bronchial asthma, etc..
Bloodletting therapies like leech application, entail blood purification and useful in curing skin allergies, eczema and contusion.
EXTERNAL THERAPIES AT AROGYA SIDDHA HOSPITAL
Regular yoga classes for fitness and therapeutic yoga classes are being conducted by arogya, for the positive promotion of health and longevity.
Pranayamam, an integral part of yoga is defined as a science of cleansing, balancing and gaining control over the life force (prana). It is one of the best remedy to cure stress and anxiety.
According to Siddha medicine, there are 108 vulnerable points in human body through which Prana flows in a channeled way. These points are rhythmically tuned by therapists for managing various diseases like,
THOKKANAM (therapeutic herbal massage)
The art of thokkanam is tailored to each individual, based on their body constitution (prakruthi). It is usually synchronized with stimulation of varma points, to obtain tremendous results. Massage therapy is a pioneer in treating stress, pain and many major ailmen
Panchakarma literally means five actions. It is a cleansing procedure and a wonderful rejuvenation therapy, assuming increasing importance in recent days.
Arogya hospital runs from 9 am to 9 pm, where patients are attended with personal and individualized care and concern.
Consultancy and therapeutic care are booked with prior appointments.
Arogya Siddha Hospital @ Kilpauk
Mr.S.Guruswamy, a postgraduate in agriculture, retired from Tamilnadu government agriculture department, as additional director of agriculture. He worked for the government of tamilnadu for 34 years. Currently he is looking after the administration and promotion of Arogya health care.