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Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the Indian science of natural medicine and healing that has its origins from over thousands of years ago. It is the form of natural healing that was invented in ancient India where healing involves the five elements of life, air, water, earth, fire and the sky. Herbs are extracted using different techniques from various trees and are used alongside with other treatments containing five elements known to human beings to make up their very own existence including that of the plants, animals and the very universe in which we live in. Some of the very first surgeries in the world were known to have been done in India during the time of Sashruta, an ancient Indian surgeon known to be the father of old-world Indian medicine and is ascertained to have performed the first plastic in the world, a nose reattachment on a soldier whose nose was cut off in a battle. There are treatments and cures available for some of today’s most life threatening and infectious diseases that are out of bounds of scientists and doctors, however their scientific basis yet needs to be proved as research is still being carried out on it by modern medical research institutes. Ayurveda products and medicines made from different plants and herbs naturally growing in the forests of India have been known to heal Indians for over thousands of years before the arrival of modern medicine. People survived those hard epidemic times because there was something available back then that carried on with the existence of our Indian people and that was the treasure trove of the secret art of natural healing called Ayurveda. There are no medical side-effects of Ayurvedic medicine as it is made out of herbs and is a natural form of medicine.

Medicall India has tie-ups with families across India that have been practicing ayurveda through generations after generations, carrying on the secret legacy of of their forefathers’ art of Ayurveda healing. They are certified Ayurveda practitioners who possess the skills and the expertise in Ayurveda. Our list includes the successful treatments our clients sought here from our Ayurvedacharyas (an Ayurveda doctor). Those are:

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis and Arthritis- Cure available. We have head clients with an RA factor of over a 100 with complete weight loss, in a vegetative state and life threatening conditions come and seek treatment at our Ayurveda centers in India. Most left with an RA factor of 10 or even better by the time they walked out of India. We work with known Ayurvedacharyas (Arurveda doctors) who possess the secret art of of old-world healing science of India. They prepare your medicines and you have to follow their instructions in order to get the best treatment and their best results for healing arthritis/rheumatoid arthritis. These healers possess some of the most effective knowledge, skills and expertise that’s one of a kind and aren’t available elsewhere in the world. People who couldn’t walk or were in a vegetative state (can’t move around at all because of excruciating body pain) started walking again and became bedridden after seeking treatment procedures offered at our various Ayurveda centers and their successful results helped us in generating an influx of clients from around the world within a short span of time. Treatments vary from person to person and case to case sometimes even taking upto nine months to a year in the worst case scenarios. One has to appear in person in order to get started with arthritis/rheumatoid arthritis treatment and we provide visa services for those kinds of services upon getting started.
  • Asthma- Cure available
  • Psoriasis- Cure available
  • Diabetes- Cure available
  • Migraine- Cure available

There are other cures available for various other illnesses as well but our expert Ayurvedacharyas claim to cure these through the secret natural medicine recipe knowledge passed on to them from one generation to the next.

Arrangements for you - We have tied-up with the best in class hotels in Delhi and the neighboring areas along with quality guest houses for cheaper so that when you come to India by yourself or with your travel partner for an Ayurvedic treatment, we have you settled in for cheap, and cheap in our case doesn’t mean compromising with the quality. We have bought special rates from these hotels/guest houses to make your stay cheaper, safer and full of delight as you seek Ayurvedic treatment in India. Meals for you and someone accompanying you will be included in the monthly price packages and hotels/guesthouses will serve you the food of your choice upon prior request. Our partner hotels have all kinds of facilities available on t on their premises including daily newspapers, wifi, laptop availability, laundry services, taxi services, money exchange services, saunas and spas, yoga and meditation and much more.

So, send in your request and we can get started on your treatment at the earliest by expediting the whole process and arranging everything from A to Z for you in a customized manner with a trip that’s designed just for you.

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Detached / Dislocated Retina

A detached retina occurs when the retina becomes separated from its underlying supportive tissue. The retina sends visual images to the brain through the optic nerve. When detachment or dislocation occurs, vision is blurred. A detached retina is a very serious problem that almost always causes blindness unless it is treated.

If you suddenly notice spots, floaters and flashes of light, you may be experiencing the warning signs of a detached retina. Your eyesight might become blurry, or you might have poor vision. Another symptom is seeing a shadow or a curtain descending from the top of the eye or across from the side.

These signs can occur gradually as the retina pulls away from the supportive tissue, or they may occur suddenly if the retina detaches immediately. Retinal detachment can occur at any age, but it is more common in midlife and later. Conditions that can increase the chance of a retinal detachment are:

Nearsightedness
Previous cataract surgery
Glaucoma
Severe trauma
Previous retinal detachment in your other eye
Family history of retinal detachment
Weak areas in your retina

Retinal tears are usually treated with laser surgery or cryotherapy (freezing), to seal the retina to the back wall of the eye again. These treatments cause little or no discomfort and may be performed in an ophthalmologist's office. This treatment will usually prevent progression to a retinal detachment.

To return the retina back to its proper position in the back of the eye surgery may be needed. There are several ways to fix a detached retina. Type of surgery and anesthesia (local or general) required depends upon the characteristics of the retinal detachment. In each of the following methods, your ophthalmologist will locate any retinal tears and use laser surgery or cryotherapy (freezing) around them to seal the tear.

Pneumatic retinopexy is a procedure in which a gas bubble is injected into the vitreous space inside the eye. The gas bubble pushes the retinal tear back against the wall of the eye and closes the tear. Laser or cryo-surgery is used to secure the retina to the eye wall around the retinal tear. Your ophthalmologist will ask you to maintain a certain head position for several days. The gas bubble will gradually disappear. Sometimes this procedure can be done in the ophthalmologist's office.

An ophthalmologist may also perform a procedure called scleral bucking to reinforce the protective sclera. Often the ophthalmologist will drain the fluid from under the detached retina allowing the retina to return back to its normal position against the back wall of the eye. This procedure is performed in the operating room, usually on an outpatient basis.

Vitrectomy may also be necessary to remove any vitreous gel which is pulling on the retina. This may also be necessary if the vitreous is to be replaced with a gas bubble. Your body's own fluids will gradually replace this gas bubble, but the vitreous gel does not return. Sometimes a vitrectomy may be combined with a scleral buckle.

To know more about detached retina surgery, call us or use our online form.