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Dr. Vishal Pandya Ayurvedic in Bhuj

Dr. Vishal Pandya

BAMS, MD

Ayurvedic

10 Years Experience

5 Services Provides

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Specialization

  • Ayurvedic

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Education

  • BAMS - Gujarat Ayurvedic Medical College, Jamnagar, 2006
  • MD - Gujarat Ayurvedic Medical College, Jamnagar, 2011

Registrations

  • GB-I-16164 - Gujarat Board of Ayurvedic & Unani Systems of Medicine, 2008

Experience

  • Ayurvedic at Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital, Bhuj

About Dr. Vishal Pandya

Dr. Vishal Pandya is a best Ayurvedic in Kandla Ct, Bhuj. He has over 10 years of experience as a Ayurvedic. He has done BAMS, MD. Dr. Vishal Pandya currently practising at Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital in Kandla Ct, Bhuj. Doctor bestway communicate in English, Hindi with their patients. Dr. Vishal Pandya offers a number of medical services include Panchakarma, Natsya Treatment, Shirodhara Treatment, Virechan Treatment and Basti Treatment

Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital

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2nd Floor, "Time Square-1" , Sindhubagh Road, Ward- 7/B, Kandla Ct, Bhuj, Landmark : Gurukul Gandhidham

  • Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital Images/Photos, Kandla Ct, Bhuj

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₹ 250 New Case

Timing

MON - SAT

09:00 AM - 02:00 PM
03:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Available Today

Services

  • Panchakarma
  • Natsya Treatment
  • Shirodhara Treatment
  • Virechan Treatment
  • Basti Treatment

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Where does Dr. Vishal Pandya Practice?

Dr. Vishal Pandya Practice at Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital, Kandla Ct, Bhuj.

Which Services/Treatments Provided by Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya is currently providing Services/Treatments like Panchakarma, Natsya Treatment, Shirodhara Treatment, Virechan Treatment and Basti Treatment To see more Services/Treatments visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Visiting/Consulting Fee of Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya new case Visiting/Consulting fee is INR 250. To see more charges like follow up and emergency visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Dr. Vishal Pandya's Education Qualification?

Dr. Vishal Pandya has the following qualifications – BAMS, MD. For more information visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is the Speciality of Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya's main specialization is Ayurvedic. For more information visit Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy

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Where does Dr. Vishal Pandya Practice?

Dr. Vishal Pandya Practice at Sanjeevani Ayurveda Hospital, Kandla Ct, Bhuj.

Which Services/Treatments Provided by Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya is currently providing Services/Treatments like Panchakarma, Natsya Treatment, Shirodhara Treatment, Virechan Treatment and Basti Treatment To see more Services/Treatments visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Visiting/Consulting Fee of Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya new case Visiting/Consulting fee is INR 250. To see more charges like follow up and emergency visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Dr. Vishal Pandya's Education Qualification?

Dr. Vishal Pandya has the following qualifications – BAMS, MD. For more information visit the Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy.

What is the Speciality of Dr. Vishal Pandya?

Dr. Vishal Pandya's main specialization is Ayurvedic. For more information visit Dr. Vishal Pandya's Profile on drlogy

FAQ

What is an Ayurvedic Doctor?

An Ayurvedic doctor, also known as an Ayurvedic practitioner or vaidya, is a healthcare professional who is trained in the principles and practices of Ayurveda.

  • They use herbal remedies, diet and lifestyle changes, yoga, and other natural therapies to treat a wide range of conditions including chronic pain, allergies, digestive issues, and stress-related disorders.
  • It's worth noting that Ayurvedic medicine is not recognized as a formal system of medicine in some countries, and Ayurvedic practitioners may not have the same level of training and regulation as conventional medical doctors.
  • It's important to check for the credentials of the practitioner and the facility where they practice before seeking treatment.
  • Ayurvedic doctors use a holistic approach to health and wellness, taking into account a patient's physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

What is the meaning of Ayurveda?

The word "Ayurveda" comes from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit and it can be translated to mean "the science of life" or "the knowledge of longevity."

  • Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that emphasizes the use of natural remedies, such as herbal medicine, massage, yoga, and diet, to promote balance and harmony in the body, mind, and spirit.
  • It aims to treat the whole person, rather than just the symptoms of a particular illness or condition.
  • Ayurvedic principles are based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the three "doshas" or fundamental energies that govern the body: vata, pitta, and kapha.
  • When these doshas are in balance, health and well-being are maintained, but when they become imbalanced, illness and disease can occur.
  • Ayurveda also recognizes the five elements (earth, water, fire, air, and ether) that make up the universe and how they are related to the human body and mind.

Ayurvedic practitioners use these principles to create personalized treatment plans for each individual patient, taking into account the patient's unique "dosha" type and overall health status.

Does Ayurveda believe in surgery?

Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine from India, generally prioritizes non-invasive treatments such as herbal remedies, diet and lifestyle changes, and massage therapy over surgery.

  • However, some Ayurvedic texts do mention surgical procedures and the use of surgical instruments.
  • In modern times, Ayurvedic practitioners may refer patients to surgeons when necessary.
  • There are two branches of surgery in Ayurveda — Shalya Tantra, which refers to general surgery, and Shalakya Tantra which pertains to surgeries related to the eyes, ears, nose, throat, and teeth.

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