Dr. Sejal Sanghavi
Dr. Sejal Homoeopathy Clinic, Mumbai.
After knowing the mechanics of our bodies and their functioning we try to control them from our needs. For. E.g. once we know that friction causes resistance which tries to stop a moving object we design brakes to process whether is it a catalyst in a chemical reaction or the gas pedal in our automobile.
In Reductionist Law, we study the physical and chemical aspects in a human body. In fact our conventional medicine unfortunately ignores the vital or life process of the system. Our body is a highly complex structure all different organs are connected. Inside a tissue all cells are interconnected to each other. Further, molecules are connected with each other. And as discussed in complementary theory, electrons and protons are connected inside an atom. Not only this, we are connected to each other, to our environment and this cosmos.
The Holistic Approach, in medicine is based on such quantum principles. Things when connected behave differently and laws applied to them change. Holistic / wholistic approach considers the whole universe as a unit. We affect each other and the cosmos.
In The Reductionist Approach, the universe is the sum of individual parts. The same mechanism is applied to the body.
The traditional approach that has been the backbone of allopathic medicine is in fact the current reduction approach mainly derived from physical and biological sciences. Allopathic or conventional medicine still follows the traditional reductionist approach. Allopathic approach is from external to internal direction.
- Complex Process
- Simple Prescription
- Molecule (DNA etc)
- Disease Diagnosis
- Selection of Drug
- Simple Process
- Complex Prescription
- Vital Force
- Quantum Changes
- Case Taking
- Analyzing drug - Disease symptoms
In Allopathy: The name of a disease matters most.
In Homoeopathy: The totality of the symptoms is prime.
Homoeopathic approach explores more than the simple cause of a disease or the observable pathological changes in an individual. It takes the Holistic/ Wholistic approach. Homoeopaths do not wait for a disease to progress to an observable level by machines.
Homoeopathy and Chronic Diseases:
Homoeopathic is based on the theory that the chronic diseases are on based on three basic manifestation of body. The simple body reaction is Psora such as itch. The accumulation of excrescences is called Psychosis such as warts. And decaying process is called Syphilitic miasm such as ulcers
Homoeopathy & Medical Tourism
The first ever operation was done in India and many medical researches often involving herbs and natural remedies are attributed to Indians ages. Not surprisingly, India makes an ideal destination for medical tourism.. Medical tourism in India has so much opportunity that there can be no other location which can be as ideal.
India is known for various forms of alternate treatment; India also has an extremely evolved practice of homeopathy, which helps cure ailments from the root, and prevents them from occurring again completely.
Homoeopathy today is a rapidly growing system and is being practiced almost all over the world. A rough study indicates that about 10% of the Indian population solely depends on Homoeopathy for their Health care needs. It has blended so well into the roots and traditions of the country that it has been recognized as one of the National Systems of Medicine and Plays an Important role in providing health care to a large number of people. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it takes a holistic approach towards the sick individual through promotion of inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual and physical levels. And so, people from all the world reply on India's mastery in curing diseases through Homeopathy with the opportunity available with Medical Tourism in India, this is a fantastic chance for the ailing to regain good health quickly.
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