OPD Level Pain Management Techniques in Ayurveda

In the outpatient department (OPD) setting of Ayurveda, pain management revolves around a comprehensive approach that integrates traditional wisdom with modern understanding. Ayurvedic practitioners employ a range of techniques tailored to each individual's unique constitution and condition. This may include the use of specific herbal formulations known for their analgesic properties, such as ginger, turmeric, ashwagandha, and boswellia. Dietary modifications are often recommended to reduce inflammation and support overall health, with an emphasis on anti-inflammatory foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and herbal teas. Lifestyle adjustments, including stress management techniques like yoga, meditation, and deep breathing exercises, play a crucial role in managing chronic pain by promoting relaxation and enhancing the body's natural healing mechanisms. Additionally, therapeutic procedures such as Ayurvedic massage (Abhyanga), oil treatments (Snehan), and heat therapy (Swedana) are utilized to improve circulation, alleviate muscle tension, and promote detoxification. By addressing the underlying imbalances in the body's doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha), Ayurvedic pain management aims not only to provide symptomatic relief but also to foster long-term wellness and vitality

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Vaidya Madhav Batra
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Vaidya Madhav Batra

Director, Dr. Batra's Ayurveda, New Delhi

Dr. Pavan Kumar is an eminent Senior Consultant & Robotic Surgeon in the Department of Colorectal, Pelvic, and Peritoneal Surface Oncology as well as Surgical Oncology, this esteemed professional holds an impressive array of qualifications including an MBBS, MS in General Surgery, MCh in Surgical Oncology, and a Fellowship from the European Board of Surgical Oncology. Renowned for his expertise in advanced cancer surgeries, he is a European-trained surgeon who has excelled in over 100 robotic procedures. His specialization extends to advanced laparoscopic surgical oncology and minimal access surgery. As a member of the European Society of Peritoneal Surface Oncology, he has gained worldwide recognition, particularly for his innovative work in breast cancer surgery, including the introduction of breast conservation surgery, oncoplasty, and sentinel lymph node biopsies in his practice. He is celebrated for pioneering Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) and Hyperthermic Intrathoracic Chemotherapy (HITOC) in India, achievements that have earned him numerous national and international awards. Additionally, he is a leading figure in Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES), Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery (TAMIS), Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEMS), and scarless cancer surgeries, and is credited as one of the first in India to successfully establish HITOC Surgery. Dr. Madhav Batra, a highly esteemed Ayurvedic practitioner, boasts an impressive array of qualifications and expertise in traditional healing modalities. Holding a BAMS degree from Ch. Brahm Prakash Ayurveda Charak Sansthan, Govt. Of NCT Delhi, he furthered his specialization with a Post Graduate certificate in Kshar Sutra Therapy from Rajasthan Ayurveda University. His extensive knowledge extends to being a Government Certified Master Trainer in Prakriti Analysis, showcasing his dedication to holistic health assessment. Currently serving as the National Treasurer of NASYA, an initiative of Vigyan Bharti, India, Dr. Batra demonstrates leadership in advancing Ayurvedic practices nationwide. Renowned for his proficiency in various therapeutic techniques including Kshar Sutra Treatment, Vidha Karma, Marma Chikitsa, Alabu Chikitsa (Hijama or Cupping Therapy), and Jalauka Avcharan (Hirudin therapy), he specializes in providing instant relief, particularly in pain management.

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