Naturopathic medicine is based on the belief that the human body has an innate healing ability. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) teach their patients to use diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and cutting edge natural therapies to enhance their bodies’ ability to ward off and combat disease. NDs view the patient as a complex, interrelated system (a whole person), not as a clogged artery or a tumor. Naturopathic physicians craft comprehensive treatment plans that blend the best of modern medical science and traditional natural medical approaches to not only treat disease, but to also restore health.
Modern orthodox medicine, apart from all its positive and beneficial attributes, does not subscribe to this idea of wholism or to the importance of prevention. As long ago as the second century BC, the Yellow Emperor, in the Classic of Internal Medicine, said A doctor who treats a disease after it has happened is a mediocre doctor..a doctor who treats a disease before it happens is a superior doctor. Indeed Chinese physicians were paid to keep their patients healthy and were either dismissed or not paid if the patient became ill. This ensured a health system, not an ill health system, as we know it. Unfortunately this understanding has changed to a new paradigm-wait until it is broken and then fix it. This is not intelligent medicine and part of a Naturopath’s role is empowering the patient to take responsibility for his or her own health. This is not always an easy task amid a hostile environment of toxins and chemicals.
The modern day Naturopath faces many more challenges than those of their forefathers. Most of us now live in a sea of electromagnetic pollution, coupled with a plethora of chemical pollutants which were completely alien to man 40 years ago. Add to this a dose of denatured food fast-tracked by technology and we have a heady mix of health problems waiting to happen. In short most people have too much of what they shouldn’t have in their bodies and not enough of what they should have.
The Naturopath of today needs a very eclectic approach to meet these challenges and guide their patients back to vibrant health. Whilst never losing sight of the basic fundamentals of the naturecure, the modern-day Naturopath might employ a raft of skills such as herbs, homoeopathy, manipulation, flower essences, acupuncture or biochemical supplementation to augment their work. These may be necessary to offset many of the suppressions brought about through living in our modern times with all its concomitant stresses that seek to strangle the life force in our bodies.
Clients looking for appropriate Naturopathy solutions can ideally approach us. Through our suggested natural treatments, we have treated various chronic diseases of wide clients. Owing to our vast expertise, we are specialized in treating Cervical, Spondylitis, Back pain , Rheumatoid Arthritis, IBS, High BP/ Low BP, Allergic Skin Disease and other chronic diseases.
Yogi Prof. Lal, also known as Yogiraj Swami Lal Ji Maharaj was born on 15th June 1944 in the family of renowned traditional yogis.
He was initiated into yoga at the age of 8 by his father, Yogiraj Swami Devi Dayal Ji Maharaj, who founded 40 yoga centers in the country in his lifetime. Ever since he has been pursuing yoga as a tool to help the suffering masses in India and abroad.
In the year 1970, he was amongst the first five reputed yoga therapists to have been invited by the Ministry of Health, Government of India to undertake a research project on Yoga Therapy and he had the privilege of not only doing research on Yoga Therapy for the Ministry of Health till 1977, but also was involved in conducting research on Yoga therapy for the Psychiatry Department of Willingdon Hospital, New Delhi, which proved to be so useful that the Ministry of Health made yoga as one of the most important segment under Ayush ( Ministry of Health) .
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