MEDICAL TOURISM

Medical expertise and state-of-the-art hospitals in India have made it an important global destination for medical treatment, especially in cardiac surgery and dental care. With the cost being less than 10% of comparable treatment in the West and with hardly any waiting period, India attracts a large number of patients. We can set up appointments with the best of specialists, ensure pre- and post- comfortable stays for the patients as well as their accompanying family members or attendants. The growing confidence in the traditional branches of medicine, where alternative and non invasive healing practices are centuries old, naturopathy, homeopathy, Unani, Ayurveda and Yoga, have put the country on the medical world map.the medical expertise and state-of-the-art hospitals in India have made it an important global destination for medical treatment, especially in cardiac surgery and dental care. With the cost being less than 10% of comparable treatment in the West and with hardly any waiting period, India attracts a large number of patients. We can set up appointments with the best of specialists, ensure pre- and post- comfortable stays for the patients as well as their accompanying family members or attendants. The growing confidence in the traditional branches of medicine, where alternative and non invasive healing practices are centuries old, naturopathy, homeopathy, Unani, Ayurveda and Yoga, have put the country on the medical world map.

AYURVEDA:               
The science of life (Ayu= life and Veda = knowledge or science), dates back 5,000 years, to the Indus Valley civilization. It evolved through the collective efforts of ancient sages, who also produced India's original systems of meditation, yoga and astrology.
Ayurveda is much more than a medical science - it is a complete and holistic way of life. The philosophy of Ayurveda considers the body, mind and soul as one entity in understanding the disease process. This concept is the basis of all Ayurvedic treatments, wherein energies within the body are balanced to restore and preserve wholeness.
This system of medicine stresses on the prevention of body ailments in addition to curing them. Today, it is a unique, indispensable branch of medicine - a complete natural healing system that depends on the diagnosis of your body's humours - vata, pitta and kapha - to achieve the right balance.
Though Kerala, with its equable climate, natural abundance of forests, wealth of herbs and medicinal plants is best suited for Ayurveda's curative and restorative packages, many resorts and spas in other states offer these treatments.

The science of life (Ayu= life and Veda = knowledge or science), dates back 5,000 years, to the Indus Valley civilization. It evolved through the collective efforts of ancient sages, who also produced India's original systems of meditation, yoga and astrology.
Ayurveda is much more than a medical science - it is a complete and holistic way of life. The philosophy of Ayurveda considers the body, mind and soul as one entity in understanding the disease process. This concept is the basis of all Ayurvedic treatments, wherein energies within the body are balanced to restore and preserve wholeness.
This system of medicine stresses on the prevention of body ailments in addition to curing them. Today, it is a unique, indispensable branch of medicine - a complete natural healing system that depends on the diagnosis of your body's humours - vata, pitta and kapha - to achieve the right balance.
Though Kerala, with its equable climate, natural abundance of forests, wealth of herbs and medicinal plants is best suited for Ayurveda's curative and restorative packages, many resorts and spas in other states offer these treatments.

YOGA:
The ancient Yogic Indian philosophy is a disciplined way of living, encompassing all aspects of life, in different ways and levels to balance the mind and body. Apart from physically stimulating the body, Yoga also deeply satisfies and enhances the need for the spiritual growth of an individual. Encompassing several aspects like Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breathing) and meditation, Yoga is a one of the most ancient healing sciences of the world that first took its roots in the environs of the Himalayan mountains. The science of Yoga believes that human happiness and contentment arises from the perfect synchronization between a strong body and a clear mind. Yoga helps you to enhance physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being using three branches of Yoga: Hatha, Kriya and Raja. The effects of yoga can be distinctly observed on the body and can also be felt within the soul. With the passage of time and under the supervision of a trained master, Yoga can be skillfully used to ensure a lifetime of well being and good health.