Your initial consultation with Vaidya Anjum, an Ayurvedic Physician, includes a detailed account of your health history, present imbalances or health concerns, as well an assessment of your mind/body constitution.
During your consultation you will be educated on the principles of Ayurveda, as they apply to your specific condition and needs.
Vaidya Anjum will conduct a traditional, in-depth Ayurvedic assessment of pulse, tongue, skin, nails etc as well as an evaluation and assessment of the imbalances in the mind and body.
Vaidya Anjum will help you create a personalized plan that includes Ayurvedic dietary guidance and nutritional program, daily routine and lifestyle changes, personalized breathing techniques, exercises and more. She may recommend specific treatments and therapies as well as cleanses and detox if needed.
Customized, organic, pure and natural herbs may be formulated according to your physical and/or mental imbalances – taking into account your age, gender, environment and predominant constitution.
The frequency of follow up visits varies for each individual.
A consultation session with an Ayurvedic doctor goes beyond listing the symptoms and scribbling a prescription. It delves deeper probing all aspects of your life, from your sleep routine to your dietary habits, your personal worries and professional space, your level of physical activeness and postures. It considers your medical history as a base and checks all parameters of your life to spot the leak that’s costing your health.
This thorough process of noting down the minute details helps the Ayurvedic doctor to identify the root cause of your problems, the imbalances in your body and accordingly determine a personalized treatment plan best suitable to you.
So, when you plan to visit an Ayurvedic doctor be prepared to shed light on every aspect of your life so that the doctor can identify the actual cause of your troubles and curb the effects by eliminating the cause.
During your free 15 minute clarity call you will discover:
There are two main objectives of Ayurvedic treatments:
Ayurvedic medicine treats the body, mind and spirit of a person as a whole entity. It works on the basis that the mind and body affect each other and together can overcome the disease.
Please note that we require a 24 hour notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If you have an emergency, please let us know as soon as possible. Otherwise, appointments can be rescheduled as needed depending on availability.
Herbs can be obtained through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the Ayurvedic Doctor directly.
Please be advised that third party materials may not meet the quality standards of our practice. Please check with us prior to ordering third party products.
In Ayurveda, healing is facilitated with the amalgamation of five elements of nature and the objective is to bring about bring about balance in body, mind, and spirit.
"Ayurveda is medium through which its main objective is to eliminate the root cause and help a person restore balance.
In the Ayurvedic prospective, everything contributes to imbalance. Therefore, it is essential that a holistic approach is taken where everyone can reap the benefits of Ayurveda. When the family is included, the benefits will be increased. The Ayurvedic doctor will tailor the program around the family for the maximum benefit.
At this moment we do not accept any health insurance.