1. What is Naturopathy and Yoga?
Naturopathy and Yoga is one of the five traditional systems of Indian Medicine (AYUSH), the others are Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. Naturopathy is a drugless system of medicine that believes in the remarkable recuperative power of the human body to heal by itself. Thus the therapies in Naturopathy aids and accelerates the healing process, without any side effects. Yoga, yet another traditional, ancient scientific system practiced globally for both physical as well as spiritual benefits. Both these system blends well in healing a person at both body and mind levels.
2. What are the treatments of Naturopathy and Yoga?
This system is based on the principle of the five great elements. Hence the treatments are also based on the concept of air, water, fire, earth and ether. Thus it includes nutrition & diet therapy, hydrotherapy, mud therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, physiotherapy, yoga therapy, chromo & magneto therapy, herbs etc.
3. What are the diseases mainly treated through Naturopathy and Yoga?
Both these systems are holistic and considers the human body as one entity. So the treatment is not based on the symptoms but on the root cause of the disease. Allergic diseases, High/low blood pressure, Diabetes, Heart disease, Spondylosis, Disc Prolapse, Migraine, Asthma, Skin disease, Arthritis, Obesity, Digestive disorders, Insomnia, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hypo/hyperthyroidism, PCOS, Auto immune diseases, Kidney stones, Menstrual disorders etc.
4. Are there any side effects in undergoing Naturopathy and Yoga treatments?
Side effects are always an offshoot from something that is not natural. Naturopathy is a system that doesn’t allow anything foreign into the body, at the same time tries to eliminate whatever was foreign that has accumulated in our system. So there are no side effects. But, there are conditions where certain treatments of naturopathy and yoga that cannot be done for certain ailments. Hence, medical supervision by qualified doctors is a mandatory for undergoing treatments.
5. Should we stop the allopathic medication before coming to your hospital?
No. Based on the detailed case history and examination, the treatment protocol will be advised by the doctor. Observing the improvement in the condition the consulting doctor would taper the dosage of medicines.
6. What kind of patients seek Naturopathy and Yoga treatments?
In general, patients who have already tried Allopathy, Ayurveda and Homeopathy especially for Non Communicable Diseases (NCD’s), and people who know the system and try utilising it for the prevention of diseases seek these treatments and they do get the desired benefits.
7. What is the minimum duration of stay at your hospital?
The period of stay ranges from 7 to 21 days depending on the disease you are suffering from, but in general to get a desirable benefit a stay for minimum 10 days is sufficient.
8. What are the basic requirements to be brought in hand while coming there?
If planning for a stay, then bring all your medical reports and medications. Bring loose fitting clothes for treatments, extra towels/inner wears, soaps and shampoos of your choice,attire for doing yoga (preferably track suit/churidhar, salwar kameez). And the most important advice is to not bring any snacks and eatables. Smoking and alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited.
9. Any short term rejuvenation/ stress management package available?
Yes, weekend rejuvenation/ stress management is available which includes a life style consultation, massage, steam bath, yoga, health talk, lip smacking naturopathy lunch, health shop and herbal garden visit. Check in at 7.00 am and stay with us till 2.00 pm to rejuvenate and revitalize.
10. Will you arrange our pick up and drop from/to airport and railway station?
Yes, it can be arranged from/to the nearest railway station and airport. Transport charges will be borne by the patient.
11. How to reach the Hospital from Coimbatore?
Bus No 96 reaches us directly to Navakkarai. From Navakkarai take an auto to JSS Nature Cure and Yoga Hospital.
The other option is to take Bus No 48 or S2 which drops you at K.G. Chavadi. From here you can take an auto to reach us.
Ola cabs, Red taxi facilities are also available from Coimbatore. View our contact link to get the complete landmark.