• Nasyam

    Nasyam is an ayurvedic treatment that purifies the brain and nasal passages, consequently alleviating headaches, migraines, and sinus problems. The nostrils, which are thought to be the portal to the brain, are where nasyam treatment begins.

    Paralysis, rheumatism, arthritis, spondylosis, and other psychosomatic disorders respond well to these treatments. Classical therapies are also used to develop innovative treatment modalities for a variety of critical modern-day disorders, such as parkinsonism, motor neuron diseases, cancer, and so on. Snehapanam Dhara is one of the hospital’s main treatments.

    Pizhichil, Navarakkizhi, Sirovasti, Pichu, and Sirolepa (Oordhwanga Dhara & Sarvanga Dhara). The hospital also offers Panchakarma treatments such as Kashayavasthy, Snehavasthy, Nasyam, Virechanam, and Raktamoksham, in addition to these specialized procedures

  • Njavarakizhi

    Njavarakizhi is an Ayurvedic massage that involves the use of Njavara (Shashtika Shali) or cooked rice mixed with milk and Kurunthotti (Sida Rhombifolia) herbal extract knotted in cotton boluses called kizhis. To induce sudation, the kizhi will be soaked in medicated Ayurvedic oils and applied all over the body or to a specific portion of the body (perspiration).

    Medicated oil is first applied liberally over the patient’s body. Then the body is massaged with small linen bags crammed with cooked Navara rice. The rice is cooked by boiling it in cow’s milk alongside. The linen bags crammed with rice are dipped within the same mixture kept boiling over a mild flame and applied by masseurs at a cushty temperature over the entire body of the patient.

    Njavarakizhi may be a special massage , which rejuvenates the body. It’s very effective in degenerative muscle diseases like poliomyelitis muscular atrophy etc. it’s simpler when done immediately after Pizhichil treatment . The course of treatment can last for 14 or 21 days

  • Pizhichil

    Pizhichil is an Ayurvedic treatment that involves a gentle massage of the entire body with lukewarm medicinal oils. The treatment was once only available to kings, earning it the moniker “Treatment for Aristocrats” or “the King of Ayurvedic Therapies.”

    The patient is made to lie down on a Droni constructed of wood (a specially designed wooden plank). Then, from a precise height, pieces of linen dipped in a comfortable warm therapeutic oil are massaged over the patient’s body. Four masseurs on either side of the patient gently massage the patient while the warm oil flows and spreads throughout the body.

    Spondylosis, hemiplegia, Arthritis, back pain, muscular dystrophy, and other disorders associated with the Vata Dosha and its related manifestations can all benefit from this. Only the body below the neck is treated, and the length might range from one to one and a half hours, depending on the patient’s strength.

  • Shirodhara

    Shirodhara is derived from the Sanskrit words “shiro” (head) and “dhara” (water) (flow). It’s an Ayurvedic therapeutic practise that includes someone pouring a liquid upon your forehead, usually oil, milk, buttermilk, or water. It’s frequently done in conjunction with a body, scalp, or head massage.

    The patient is suggested to lie on a special wooden droni together with his neck and head comfortably placed. Then a non-stop continuous stream of the prescribed liquid medicine is gently poured on his forehead from a prescribed height through a specially devised apparatus called Dhara Chatti for a period of 1 to at least one and a half hours. Dhara is occasionally administered on the entire body in special cases.

    Dhara is taken into account to be effective for several diseases like stress related disorders, sleeplessness and lots of degenerative brain disorders. Different liquid mediums are utilized in Dhara for various diseases. Medicated oils, milk, tender coconut water and decoctions of herb extracts are a number of the fluids used.

  • Sirovasthi

    Sirovasthi is an old ayurvedic treatment that entails the application of heated herbal oils to the head for a set period of time. A bandage placed around the patient’s head and an open-headed cap keep the oil in place. This cap is filled with warm medicinal oil that is let to seep into the scalp.

    The treatment entails keeping the recommended medicinal oil at a comfortable temperature in a leather cap that is worn around the patient’s head. Oil is poured into the cap up to one finger’s height above the crown of the head. The treatment lasts between an hour and an hour and a half.

    Sirovasti is a crucial procedure which is found to be very effective in tic douloureux, hemicrania, optic atrophy, otalgia, deafness, facial paralysis and altogether diseases affecting cranial nerves  Generally the course of treatment is merely seven days at a stretch.

  • Abhyangam

    The Sanskrit word ‘abhyangam’ means ‘oil application.’ Ayurvedic Oil Massage is the most prevalent name for it. The largest organ in the body, “skin,” is a touch sensory organ. Daily Abhyanga is suggested in Ayurvedic teachings and should be done by everyone. This type of daily oil massage can be as basic as applying oil to one’s skin and performing it on one’s own. When abhyangam is practiced on a daily basis, it promotes longevity, energy, a healthy complexion, and youthful skin. Abhyangam is a type of therapy that is widely used around the world.

    Stroke, Arthritis, Lumbar Spondylitis, Cervical Spondylitis, Sport Injuries, Parkinsonism, and a variety of other muscle, joint, and nerve illnesses can all be cured with it. A certified Ayurveda therapist should provide this type of therapeutic massage. The head, hands, soles, and ears should be given extra attention and rubbed gently using specialized strokes and other massage techniques. Abhyangam, on the other hand, is not recommended for persons who have a fever, are obese, have indigestion, or have diarrhoea. It can be done on newborn newborns after they’ve been born for at least 7 days.

  • Arthritis

    For the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, an Ayurvedic foundation has passed a test as a substitute for high-end medications. It has been proven in numerous successful trials. Celecoxib and glucosamine sulfate are two medications used to treat knee osteoarthritis. It is possible that the patient’s condition would develop to end-stage arthritis, necessitating costly joint replacement surgery. Analgesics are also commonly used to treat osteoarthritis, which provides long-term pain relief but also causes serious toxicity.

    We employ restorative herbs, rejuvenating herbs, Anti Vata herbs for anti-inflammatory, and natural pain management at Dr. Jaganivas Bhattery’s – Bhattery Madham Ayurveda Clinic. Anti-degenerative herbs can help with symptom relief, disease progression, and improving flexibility, joint structure, and movement.

    Ayurvedic Panchakarma therapy techniques such as Patrapottali and Churnapottali, as well as basic massage, can help relieve stiffness and discomfort while also improving flexibility.

  • Asthma

    Asthma is a reversible chronic inflammatory lung condition that causes inflammation, excess mucus production, spasms, and narrowing of the airways. Coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath can result as a result of this.

    The tubes that carry air into and out of the lungs are known as the airways. Asthmatics have inflamed airways, which make them swollen and sensitive, as well as react quickly and making them more vulnerable to inhaled toxins. As a result, when these airways react, the muscles surrounding them tighten, narrowing the airways and allowing less air to pass into the lungs. The specific aetiology of asthma is unknown in current science, although research suggests that it is caused by the interaction of genes and environmental factors early in life.

    Parents with asthma, an inherited susceptibility to develop allergies, or exposure to airborne allergies are all issues to consider. Virus infection exposure during the baby stage. Panchakarma, exterior therapies, internal drugs, activities, food advice, and lifestyle adjustments are among the therapeutic approaches.

  • Cerebral palsy

    Cerebral palsy (CP) is a mobility, posture, and balance problem that affects people of all ages. It’s also referred to as brain paralysis. It is caused by abnormal growth or injury to brain areas that control muscle tone and motor action. Early in life, usually in infancy or early childhood, the deficits manifest. Rolling over, crawling, sitting, and walking are among developmental milestones that infants typically miss.

    The focus of Ayurvedic cerebral palsy treatment is on treating symptoms and attempting to cure brain damage. In Kerala, we provide ayurvedic treatment for cerebral palsy. ‘Medhya’ refers to a group of herbal medications that are used to improve the brain’s functioning capability and to aid in the regeneration of damaged brain cells. Brahmi, Mandukaparni, Shankhpushpi, Jyotishmati, Kushmand, Ustukhudoos, Yashtimadhuk, Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Guduchi, Vacha, Haritaki, Abhrak-Bhasma are some of these medications.

  • De Addiction

    Dr. Jaganivas Bhattery’s – Bhattery Madham Ayurveda Clinic is one of Kerala’s most comprehensive ayurvedic addiction treatment centers. We are knowledgeable and trained in a variety of ayurvedic de-addiction procedures. We primarily provide true Ayurveda, as well as Yoga, Acupressure, Medicinal Herbalism, and other holistic therapies, for thorough and full-fledged addiction recovery.

    We have different ayurvedic de addiction programs like,
    ● Smoke De addiction program
    ● Alcohol De addiction program

    The proposed treatment would focus on Panchakarma and Rasayana therapies throughout these sessions. Individualized treatment reduces the negative effects of addiction. The disposal of toxins from the pre-purification, main-purification, and post-purification phases is at the heart of Panchakarma therapy. Sirodhara, takradhara, thalam, Abhyanga, nasyam, virechanam, vasti and choorna sweda are some of the several therapies and treatments available.

  • Elakizhi

    Elakizhi (Ilakizhi), also known as Patrapotala Sweda, is a traditional Ayurvedic therapy that employs a variety of medicinal leaves (herbs). Perspiration is stimulated in the affected area, which causes the skin to expel waste. Fresh leaves (ela) are used to make the herbal kizhis, which have vata-balancing properties (bundles). After being bathed in warm Ayurvedic oils, these kizhis will be utilised to massage the body.

    Elakizhi is commonly used as part of Panchakarma therapy. The major ingredients used to manufacture the boluses are fresh anti-Vata plant leaves (a thick bag). Because it is safe, effective, and completely natural, this traditional Ayurvedic treatment has recently acquired popularity.

    Elakizhi is useful for a variety of conditions, including arthritis, spondylitis, back pain, sports injuries, and any other soft tissue inflammations, particularly joint problems. The massage improves circulation in the affected area and generates perspiration, which aids in the elimination of wastes by the skin. It can also be quite calming while toning the skin.

  • Kativasthi

    Kativasthi is an Ayurvedic treatment that involves administering heated Ayurvedic oil to the troublesome area, which is then encircled by herbs and dough paste and gently rubbed. The Ayurvedic oil and herbs will be selected depending on the individual’s bodily constitution, doshas, and health status. Kativasti is a sort of lumbar therapy that focuses on the lower back.

    A dough is made using water and black gramme flour or whole wheat flour. Medicated oil or herbs for decoction are chosen based on the person’s physical constitution and the state of his or her humours (Doshas). On the Massage Table, the user is forced to lie face down (Droni). The dough is made into a 4 – 5 ring and placed over the lumbo-sacral region of the spine. It is then slowly poured with lukewarm medicinal oil or herbal decoction after it has been bonded with some water to make it leak proof. This gets squeezed out and replaced by a more warm one as it cools down. The dough is removed at the end of the treatment, and the area is massaged gently. For a period, the person is forced to rest.

  • Panchakarma

    This is the traditional Ayurvedic detox treatment. It’s also the most outlandish. A radical detox is ensured by five distinct cleansing processes running at the same time. The goal is to restore the unrestricted flow of vital energies inside the organism. The three doshas are also restored to their original balance at the same time. The patient’s sense of well-being improves as a result of this. It also aids the body’s natural defences in the fight against a variety of ailments. Many people choose Ayurvedic detoxification on a regular basis.

    Panchakarma literally translates to “five activities.” This refers to the five cleansing processes in Ayurveda. All of these things work together to guarantee that external poisons and infections are removed from the body. The term “purging” is also used occasionally. The doshas are also restored to their original balance during this body purifying process. Oil treatments, massage, therapeutic steam baths, and Ayurvedic meals are generally included in the cleansing procedure.

    A variety of Ayurvedic remedies are used in Panchakarma therapy. All of these help to cleanse the body, mind, and spirit in different ways. These treatments differ significantly not only in terms of the nature of the detox, but also in terms of the herbs and oils utilised, which are custom compounded for each unique constitution (dosha).

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Parkinson’s disease is a central nervous system degenerative condition (CNS). The death of dopamine-generating cells in the substantia nigra, an area of the midbrain, causes the movement symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. It is unknown what causes cell death. Rigidity, tremor, sluggish movement, and gait abnormalities are common early symptoms. Dementia can then cause cognitive and behavioral problems, which usually appear in the latter stages of the disease.

    We offer exclusive ayurvedic treatment for Parkinson’s disease, Panchakarma therapies for Parkinson’s disease, and researched internal medications for treating Parkinson’s disease at Bhattery Madham Ayurvedic Hospital. These have been found to be quite successful not just in treating PD symptoms, but also in stopping the illness from progressing further. These personalised therapy can significantly improve one’s quality of life.

  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy is a branch of medicine that treats impairments and promotes mobility and functions by employing mechanical force and movements, manual therapy, and exercise therapy such as Yoga. We seek to reduce physical pain, increase functional ability, and provide instruction on a maintenance program to prevent recurrence of such episodes through physiotherapy.

    The department is adequately equipped to treat all orthopedic patients with cutting-edge rehabilitation therapy. Ortho Rehabilitation is provided by Dr. Jaganivas Bhattery’s – Bhattery Madham Ayurveda Clinic in Kerala.

    The initial appointment is with an Ayurvedic Physician with extensive experience in Ortho issues, who will take a thorough history and may request investigations such as X-rays, MRIs, or blood tests to confirm the diagnosis or assess the severity of the problem.

  • Piles & Fistula

    Ayurveda provides an efficient therapy strategy for healing piles and fistula. Bhattery Madham Ayurveda hospital has effectively treated patients with fistula in anus, offering immediate relief and reducing the risk of recurrence. Any problem in the system, according to Ayurveda, is caused by the vitiation of any three of the doshas in the body. Our treatment plan strives to make things as peaceful as possible.

    Through tailored Ayurveda therapy techniques and lifestyle changes, our treatment plan attempts to balance all of the body’s vitiated doshas and rejuvenate the system at the cellular level. Ksharasoothram and Kshara karma therapy are two treatment options that are both minimally invasive and give a speedier healing and recuperation time. The process entails utilising a seasoned seton thread.

    The treatment entails utilising a seton thread seasoned with a combination of herbal medications to cut, curet, drain, and clean the infected fistulous track while also promoting speedier anal canal recovery.

  • Post Delivery Care Treatments & Medicines

    We have traditional Kerala ayurvedic post-delivery care treatment for mothers that tries to
    rejuvenate the mother’s health holistically. During the first 45 days following childbirth, Ayurveda
    recommends a particular dietary and lifestyle regimen. It consists of Ayurvedic delivery care drugs
    manufactured in our pharmacy, post-natal massages, body and face herbal paste application, and
    medicated water. We are the best Post Delivery Care Treatments & Medicine provider in Kerala.

    ● Removes the physical trauma of labour
    ● Restore the shape and tone of the stomach muscles
    ● Hormone regulation promoting breast milk secretion
    ● Rejuvenates and Relaxes Mother
    ● Relieves Tension And Depression
    ● Removes Stretch Marks
    ● Treatments for preventing hair fall and skin pigmentation
    ● Keeps Figure and Vigor of Mother
    ● Removes Postnatal Back And Joint Pains
    ● Prevents Wear And Tear of Bones

  • Rasayana Chikitsa (Anti-Aging, Rejuvenation)

    Rasayana is a Sanskrit term that means “essence road,” with rasa meaning “essence” and Ayana meaning “way.” In Ayurveda, Rasayana Chikitsa is a rejuvenation regimen that maximises the vitality and youthful health of the individual. Rasayana Chikitsa is an important part of Ayurveda that uses numerous therapies to ensure the regular functioning of the body’s organs, nerves, bones, and mind. The results of this rejuvenation and revitalization therapy are profound and long-lasting. In Ayurveda, Rasayana Chikitsa tones the skin and strengthens body tissues to promote longevity. The general resistance of the body rises as a result of this chikitsa, and you will be able to experience vitality, or ojus, as well as clarity of thinking and mental stability, or ‘Sattva.’ This therapy includes specific body and facial massages utilizing special herbal oils to revitalize sense organs and thoroughly revive the patient.

  • Rhinitis

    Rhinitis is a condition in which the fragile and sensitive membranes of the nose become inflamed, resulting in headaches, itchy eyes and throat, runny nose, watery discharge, and sneezing. Acute, chronic, and allergic rhinitis are the three forms of rhinitis. Rhinitis is caused by viral and bacterial infections, dust, pollen, odours, spices, and certain environmental variables, to name a few.

    Such allergies are regarded to be induced by nerve system hypersensitivity in Ayurveda. Allergic Rhinitis treatment in Ayurveda is effective because it is tailored to each patient’s body type. According to Ayurveda, it is caused by the presence of ama (toxins) in the body as well as a lack of immunity. Accumulated ama aggravates the body’s Kapha (Water) levels, resulting in a variety of allergy symptoms.

    According to Ayurveda, allergic rhinitis is caused by the presence of ama (toxins) in the body as well as a lack of immunity. Accumulated ama aggravates the body’s Kapha levels, resulting in a variety of allergy symptoms. Such allergies are regarded to be induced by nerve system hypersensitivity in Ayurveda. As a result, all three doshas are vitiated in this scenario. Ayurveda says that by balancing the three doshas that exist in the human body, the disease can be treated holistically. Clearing the sinuses and releasing mucus are all part of the treatment, as does reducing the appropriate dosha and cleansing. In addition to immune system strengthening, dietary and lifestyle changes may be required to permanently resolve this illness.

  • Sinusitis

    Sinusitis is a condition in which the tissue lining the sinuses becomes inflamed or swollen. Sinuses are normally filled with air; however, when they get clogged and filled with fluid, germs (bacteria,
    viruses, and fungus) can thrive and cause infection. A sinus infection can produce pressure or a headache in the eyes, nose, cheeks, or on one side of the head. Cough, fever, poor breath, and nasal congestion with thick nasal secretions are all symptoms of a sinus infection.

    The common cold, allergic rhinitis (swelling of the nose lining), nasal polyps (small growths in the nose lining), or a deviated septum are all conditions that can induce sinus blockage (a shift in the nasal cavity). Sinusitis comes in a variety of forms, including: Acute sinusitis is characterised by a quick onset of cold-like symptoms such as a runny, stuffy nose and facial pain that persists for 10 to 14 days. Acute sinusitis usually lasts no more than four weeks. Sinusitis that lasts 4 to 8 weeks is known as subacute sinusitis. Chronic sinusitis is a disorder marked by sinus irritation symptoms that linger for at least 8 weeks. Several occurrences of sinusitis in a year are referred to as recurrent sinusitis.

  • Spinal Rehabilitation

    The term “spinal disorders” refers to a collection of illnesses characterized by a loss of normal spine structure and function. Age, infection, tumors, muscle strains, and arthritis are the most common causes. Increased pressure on the spinal cord caused by degeneration can result in disc displacement or herniation, spinal stenosis, narrowing of the spinal canal, osteoarthritis, cartilage breakdown, and a variety of other problems. Cartilage, fibrous tissue, and water make up the disc between the spine’s bones. These discs can weaken with age, flattening, bulging, breaking down, or herniating.

    The narrowing of the spinal canal, known as spinal stenosis, is a potentially more dangerous condition than degenerative disc degeneration. The spine and nerves may be considerably compressed and
    inflamed as the spinal canal tightens, causing back discomfort as well as pain that radiates to other parts of the body, depending on the location of the pressure on the nerves.

    We provide the best ayurvedic treatment for spinal cord damage and spinal stenosis at Bhattery Madham Ayurvedic Hospital. The key benefits of ayurvedic treatment include: no chance of spinal cord injury owing to any operative technique, no side effects, cost-effectiveness, and no related illnesses. Complete healing in every way, including clinical and laboratory tests.

  • Stress Relief

    Bhattery Madham Ayurvedic Hospital in Koratty, Thrissur, Kerala, offers a 14- to 20-day de-stressing treatment programme. This programme assists patients in regaining mental health, positive thinking, and a good attitude. Traditional Ayurveda treatment, when combined with yoga, naturopathy, physiotherapy, and counselling, has been shown to improve patients’ overall health and well-being. Our team of professionals will recommend a simple seasonal de-stress programme or a more comprehensive treatment plan according to the patient’s preferences.


    ● Our medical professionals will meet with you on an individual basis.
    ● Detoxification treatments and therapeutic relaxation are part of my daily practice.
    ● Shirodhara and Nasya are oil therapies.
    ● Internal medication intake
    ● Yoga sessions on a regular basis
    ● Three times a day, balanced and fibre-rich meals are offered, with feedback sessions to help
    with stress management and breath training.
    ● Ayurveda lectures and meditation/relaxation practises will be presented.
    ● Counselling sessions on how to deal with stress and behavioural changes to deal with various
    types of stress.
    ● Follow-up sessions are recommended.

  • Stroke Rehabilitation (Paralysis)

    A stroke is a loss of function in a portion of the brain that occurs suddenly. In most cases, this loss of function results in difficulty moving an arm or leg (called paralysis). In the affected areas, there may be a lack of sensation or strange sensations. Ekangveer Ras, Vata chintamani ras, Vata gajankush ras, and other anti-vata medications are used to cure.

    In addition, therapeutic oil treatment, Nasya, Pinda Sweda, and basti, a sort of enema therapy, all serve to build muscle tissue and restore neuromuscular function. Toxins are removed from various channels using these methods. These aid in the removal of blockades and disruptions, resulting in an increase in peripheral blood supply. A paralytic state is referred to as Pakshaghata in Ayurveda. Ayurvedic scriptures relate a halt in the Vaatas movement to such a state.

  • Women health and Infertility

    Infertility in women refers to the inability to conceive despite having had contraception-free intercourse. Female infertility can be caused by a variety of factors.

    This is a condition in which the endometrium, the uterine lining, begins to grow outside the uterus, causing adhesions. Organs may get blocked as a result of these adhesions, and the organs may stick together. The body goes through several hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, causing growth in the uterine lining in preparation for a fertilized egg. Hormones induce the uterine lining to shed during this time.

    Shivlingi, Musli, Kumari, ashwagandha, or Shatavari are Ayurvedic treatments for ovulation issues. PushpaDhanwa Rasam, Raja prawartni Wati, Medohar Guggulu, Nashtapushpantak Rasam, and Phal Ghrutam are examples of Ayurvedic classical remedies.

  • Yoga Therapy

    Yoga therapy is a sort of treatment that focuses on improving mental and physical health using yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery. Yoga therapy’s holistic approach supports the integration of mind, body, and spirit.

    Yoga derives its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj,’ which means ‘union.’ That refers to the union of the mind, body, and spirit, as well as the self-union with the Universal Self. This holistic science emphasizes the importance of this union for one’s health and well-being. Patanjali is known as the Father of Yoga. He popularised Ashtanga Yoga, or Yoga with Eight Paths, which is still widely
    practiced today. The greatest facility for yoga therapy in India is Bhattery Madham Ayurvedic Hospital.

    In today’s world, yoga therapy is mostly used to prevent and treat ailments. Yoga thus takes on a more prominent position in today’s stressful world. Pranayamas, Meditation, Relaxation Techniques, Asanas, and Kriyas are the most commonly used aspects of Yoga.

    Yoga Therapy’s Benefits

    ● Aids in the preservation of joint and muscle mobility and flexibility.
    ● Affects the ligaments, tendons, blood vessels, nerves, and lymphatics in a more profound
    ● Harmonizes the motions of the intellect and the body.
    ● Assists in the development of a sense of gratitude for larger movements.
    ● The sharpness of the senses improves.
    ● It assists us in becoming more aware of our surroundings and improving our breathing.
    ● Assists us in maintaining a pleasant mindset and a more optimistic outlook.
    ● Aids in the regulation of digestion, respiratory rate, and heart rate.
    ● Meditation and Pranayamas improve focus, memory, and intelligence.
    ● Through Kriyas, our upper respiratory passageways, nostrils, and eyes are cleansed.

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