There are different medical approaches for various diseases all over the world like conventional Modern Medicine, Ayurveda, Yoga, Chinese system, Unani, Tibetan, Acupuncture & Acupressure. These medical systems are based on some philosophy and importance in prevention and management of health problems.
Modern medicine is mainly aimed at symptomatic treatment and removal of the causative organism or toxin by some medicine. Other traditional ancient systems correct the imbalance of different humors or energy principles in the human body. In fact all acute symptoms such as fever, body ache, hyperacidity, diarrhea is natures attempt to eliminate toxins & waste matter from the body. Suppression of the symptoms leads to manifestation and recurrence of the same symptom or disease which is the cause of chronic disease. All such acute or chronic diseases manifest because of our faulty way of eating, living habits and negative thinking. Repeated negative impact on the body lowers the body resistance or immunity which is known as “Vital Force “.
Dr. P.S.Suryawansi – Naturopathy Clinic in Aurangabad
He completed his primary education in Aurangabad. He was awarded N.D (Doctor of Naturopathy) in 2000 from Aurangabad and D.Y.Ad. in 1991 from Yoga College, Ratlam. He started off practicing primary Naturopathy treatments since 2000. He provided his services to Naturopathy Centers located at Aurangabad. He has been running the Naturopathy Center in Aurangabad since 1996. He has been consuming a complete non-milk diet for the last 15 years. Dr. P.S.Suryawansi is fully dedicated and committed to Naturopathy with a mission to promote and propagate Naturopathy across the globe. He has been a regular contributor to many books, journals and periodicals on Naturopathy, Yoga and Diet Therapy. He has successfully treated many eminent personalities of India over the years. He is one of the most renowned Naturopaths of India.
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