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Ayush Ayurveda hospital

Ayush Ayurveda Hospital is a speciality hospital for Panchakarma therapy mainly undertaken the Ayurvedic treatment programme for the preservation of health, prevention and cure of diseases. Management of acute and chronic diseases for which no remedial measures are available in other systems of medicine is also under taken in this hospital for treatment. The medical experts of this hospital have designed modified Panchakarma methods for the treatment of various rheumatological and neurological problems especially osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, low back pain, (lumbago IVDP sciatica) cervical spondylosis, hemiplegia, paraplegia, facial palsy, cerebral palsy (mental retardation), motor neuron disease etc. The hospital is situated at Ottapalam, Palakkad dist. Kerala. Ottapalam is the capital of east while Valluvanad which is a cultural centre of north Kerala having a great tradition in the history of Kerala.

Ottapalam is about 35kms from Malampuzha gardens and 15kms from Shornur. The nearest railway station is Ottapalam about 1km and airport Nedumbassery ( Kochi) and Coimbatore, 100kms and 80kms respectively from this hospital. Ayush Ayurveda hospital is situated in the bank of river Bharathapuzha (Nila) having a beautiful landscape and a healthy atmosphere devoid of all disturbances and pollutions.

Well-furnished airy spacious rooms are arranged for the stay. Nutritional and balanced food for patients is also served from the hospital kitchen. Doctors are highly qualified and well experienced in the field of Ayurvedic research and clinical practice. Therapists are also well trained and experienced in the treatment procedures.

Our Doctors

CONSULTING PHYSYCIAN

Dr. S. Sreeparvathy,MD
(Gynecology & Pediatrics)

MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
Dr. K.R. Indira Devi,BAM
(Chief Medical Officer (Rted) Dept of ISM,Kerala.)

CHIEF CONSULTANT

Dr.P.K.Sudarsan Nair, MD
(Panchakarma Specialist)
Formerly Asst. Director
National Research Institute for Panchakarma, Cheruthuruthy,
Thrissur Dist, Kerala.