This Naturopathy medical hospital was a teaching hospital of SIGIMS Naturopathy and Yogic Science. With the intention of translating the experience expertise in medical education in to tangible and affordable health care to the community, this hospital was established. It is situated within the campus and is blessed with calm, serene, beautiful atmosphere, maintains, green valleys, farms and enhancing water resources along with a herbal garden. It is the hospital facility with 100 beds which provide utmost health care for every patient.
Naturopathy is an art and science of healthy living and a drugless system of Healing based on well founded philosophy. The Fundamental difference of Naturopathy with other systems is that its theory and practice are based on holistic view point where as the laters's approach is specific. Naturopathy does not believe in the specific cause of disease and its specific treatment but takes in to account the totality of factors responsible for disease such as one's unnatural habits in living, thinking walking, sleeping, relaxing, sexual indulgence etc.
Our eminent Naturopathy physicians helps in nature's effort to overcome disease by applying correct natural modalities and controlling the natural forces to work within safe limits.
Concepts and practices of yoga originated in India several thousand years ago. Its founders were great saints and sages. Yoga is one among the six systems of Indian philosophy . There are eight fold path of yoga popularly known as "Ashtanga yoga" for all around developement of human personality. They are :- Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi. These steps are believed to have a potential for improvement of physical health by encouraging better circulation of oxygenated blood in the body, retraining the sense organs and thereby inducing tranquility and serenity of mind. Yoga is a discipline to improve or develop one's inherent powers in a balanced manner. It offer's the means to reach complete self realization.
Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession concerned with human function and movement and maximizing potential. It uses physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore. Physical, psychological and social well-being, taking account of variations in health status. It is science-based, committed to extending, applying, evaluating and reviewing the evidence that underpins and informs its practice and delivery. Now a days it is a branch of rehabilitative health that uses specially designed exercises and equipment to help patient's regain or improve their physical abilities. Physiotherapy led rehabilitation is a clinically and cost effective intervention for those patients whose life has been adversely changed by injury, illness or disease. Physical therapy provides services to individuals and populations. Physiotherapists work on underlying sense of and commitment to helping others and improving their quality of life.
Diet Therapy - According to this therapy the food must be taken in natural or maximum natural form. fresh seasonal fruits, fresh green leafy vegetables and sprouts are excellent from this point of view. Our diet should consists of 20% acidic and 80% alkaline food for preserving health.
Fasting Therapy - Fasting is primarily the act of willingly abstaining from some or all food, drink or both, for a period of time. Fasting is an important treatment modality for health preservation. In fasting, mental preparedness is an essential pre-condition.
Mud Therapy - Mud therapy is very simple and effective. The mud used for this should be clean and taken from 3 to 4 feet. depth from the surface of the ground. Mud is one of five elements of nature having immense impact on the body in health as well as in sickness.
Hydrotherapy is a branch of Nature Cure. It is the treatment of disorders using different forms of water. These forms of water application are in practice since age-old days. Hydrothermal therapy additionally uses its temperature effects, as in hot and cold baths, saunas, wraps, etc. and in all its forms-solid, fluid, vapour, ice and steam, internally and externally. Taking bath properly with clean cold water is an excellent form of hydrotherapy. Such baths open up all the pores of the skin and make the body light and fresh. In the cold bath all systems and muscles of body get activated and the blood circulation improves after bath. The old tradition of taking bath in rivers, ponds or waterfalls on specific occasions is virtually a natural form of hydrotherapy.
Surya Namaskar - It is the most useful and popular mode of yogic exercise which briefly bestows the benefits of Asanas, Pranayamas and Mudras altogether.
Asanas - These are special patterns of postures that stabilize the mind and the body through static stretching.
Pranayama - These practices bring control over the respiratory impulses, which form one of the channels of the flow of Autonomic new impulses. The main purpose of Pranayama is to gain control over the Autonomic Nervous system and through its influence the mental function is also controlled and regulated.
Bandhas & Mudhras - These are locks and holds of the semi-voluntary and involuntary muscles in the body. They decongest the vital organs improve circulation and nutrition by pressure manipulations and contribute to general health and emotional stability.
Meditation - This is the practice involving control of the mental functions, which start from the initial withdrawal of the senses from external objects, to complete oblivion of the external environment. It is a process of absorption in which the individual tries to turn his attention to dwell upon a single object, sound, concept or experience.