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    Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital Centre in India

    Certified As The Best Authentic Ayurvedic and Panchakarma Centre in India by Assocham India

    Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital Centre is the best NABH-certified Ayurvedic Hospital Centre for Detox, Rejuvenation and Panchakarma treatments. Our expert team of Ayurvedic Doctors and therapists will design a bespoke program of treatments and therapies specific to your medical condition. Whether you are looking to cleanse your body of toxins, improve your digestion or simply relax and rejuvenate, we have the Ayurvedic health solution for your body constitution. Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre Is the First and Only Health and Wellness Centre in the World Where All of Our Frontline Staff Are Trained, Energy Healers.

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    IVAC Milestones

    • 2022: WCRCINT recognised IVAC as leading brands of India based on Consumer Choice
    • 2022: National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) accredited IVAC as Panchakarma centre
    • 2021: IVAC was recognised as “Face of Authentic Ayurveda” by Business Connect India
    • 2020: IVAC got recognised as Best Ayurveda Centre of the Year by ASSOCHAM India
    • 2020: IVAC received Traveler’s choice certificate from TripAdvisor
    • 2019: IVAC received certificate from European wellness audit institute (EPWS), Germany
    • 2019: IVAC became member of International Federation of Hospitals (IHF)
    • 2018: IVAC became member of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
    • 2018: IVAC received award as one of the best wellness companies in India
    • 2017: IVAC received Traveler’s choice certificate from TripAdvisor
    • 2017: IVAC received ISO 9001-2015 certificate
    • 2016: IVAC was recognised as one of the best Med Spa National
    • 2013: IVAC received TripAdvisor excellence award
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    Why choose Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital Centre?

    Ayurveda is an approach to medicine that originated in India. It is focused on the fact that health and wellness depend on a equilibrium between the mind, body, and spirit. Ayurvedic treatments, by nature, are designed to treat a vast scope of medical conditions, including Allergies, Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Post-Covid Rehabilitation, Obesity, Stress, Tinnitus, Communicable Diseases and Digestive Problems.

    A-Z List of Health Conditions Treated at IVAC Ayurvedic Hospital

    At Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital our Ayurvedic Doctors and Practitioners have an effective approach to treating a range of Health Conditions, Diseases and Disorders with Ayurvedic and Panchakarma Treatments including:

    1. Abdominal aortic aneurysm
    2. Acne
    3. Acute cholecystitis
    4. Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
    5. Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: Children
    6. Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: Teenagers and young adults
    7. Acute myeloid leukaemia
    8. Acute myeloid leukaemia: Children
    9. Acute myeloid leukaemia: Teenagers and young adults
    10. Acute pancreatitis
    11. Addison’s disease
    12. Alcohol-related liver disease
    13. Allergic rhinitis
    14. Allergies
    15. Alzheimer’s disease
    16. Anal cancer
    17. Anaphylaxis
    18. Angioedema
    19. Ankylosing spondylitis
    20. Anorexia nervosa
    21. Anxiety
    22. Anxiety disorders in children
    23. Appendicitis
    24. Arthritis
    25. Asbestosis
    26. Asthma
    27. Atopic eczema
    28. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD
    29. Autistic spectrum disorder ASD
    30. Bacterial vaginosis
    31. Benign prostate enlargement
    32. Bile duct cancer cholangiocarcinoma
    33. Binge eating
    34. Bipolar disorder
    35. Bladder cancer
    36. Blood poisoning sepsis
    37. Bone cancer
    38. Bone cancer: Teenagers and young adults
    39. Bowel cancer
    40. Bowel incontinence
    41. Bowel polyps
    42. Brain stem death
    43. Brain tumours
    44. Brain tumours: Children
    45. Brain tumours: Teenagers and young adults
    46. Breast cancer female
    47. Breast cancer male
    48. Bronchiectasis
    49. Bronchitis
    50. Bulimia
    51. Bunion
    52. Carcinoid syndrome and carcinoid tumours
    53. Catarrh
    54. Cellulitis
    55. Cervical cancer
    56. Chest infection
    57. Chest pain
    58. Chickenpox
    59. Chilblains
    60. Chlamydia
    61. Chronic fatigue syndrome
    62. Chronic kidney disease
    63. Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
    64. Chronic myeloid leukaemia
    65. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    66. Chronic pain
    67. Chronic pancreatitis
    68. Cirrhosis
    69. Clostridium difficile
    70. Coeliac disease
    71. Cold sore
    72. Coma
    73. Common cold
    74. Common heart conditions
    75. Congenital heart disease
    76. Conjunctivitis
    77. Constipation
    78. Coronavirus COVID-19
    79. Cough
    80. Crohn’s disease
    81. Croup
    82. Cystic fibrosis
    83. Cystitis
    84. Deafblindness
    85. Deep vein thrombosis
    86. Dehydration
    87. Dementia
    88. Dementia with Lewy bodies
    89. Dental abscess
    90. Depression
    91. Dermatitis herpetiformis
    92. Diabetes
    93. Diarrhoea
    94. Discoid eczema
    95. Diverticular disease and diverticulitis
    96. Dizziness
    97. Lightheadedness
    98. Down’s syndrome
    99. Dry mouth
    100. Dysphagia swallowing problems
    101. Dystonia
    102. Earache
    103. Earwax build-up
    104. Ebola virus disease
    105. Ectopic pregnancy
    106. Endometriosis
    107. Epilepsy
    108. Erectile dysfunction impotence
    109. Escherichia coli E. coli O157
    110. Ewing sarcoma
    111. Ewing sarcoma: Children
    112. Eye cancer
    113. Febrile seizures
    114. Fever in adults
    115. Fever in children
    116. Fibroids
    117. Fibromyalgia
    118. Flatulence
    119. Flu
    120. Foetal alcohol
    121. syndrome
    122. Food poisoning
    123. Fungal nail infection
    124. Gallbladder cancer
    125. Gallstones
    126. Ganglion cyst
    127. Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease GORD
    128. Gastroenteritis
    129. Genital herpes
    130. Genital warts
    131. Germ cell tumours
    132. Glandular fever
    133. Gonorrhoea
    134. Gout
    135. Gum disease
    136. Haemorrhoids piles
    137. Hand, foot and mouth disease
    138. Hay fever
    139. Head and neck cancer
    140. Head lice and nits
    141. Headaches
    142. Hearing loss
    143. Heart failure
    144. Hepatitis A
    145. Hepatitis B
    146. Hepatitis C
    147. Hiatus hernia
    148. High cholesterol
    149. HIV
    150. Hodgkin lymphoma
    151. Hodgkin lymphoma: Children
    152. Hodgkin lymphoma: Teenagers and young adults
    153. Huntington’s disease
    154. Hyperglycaemia high blood sugar
    155. Hyperhidrosis
    156. Hypoglycaemia low blood sugar
    157. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
    158. Impetigo
    159. Indigestion
    160. Ingrown toenail
    161. Inherited heart conditions
    162. Insomnia
    163. Iron deficiency anaemia
    164. Irritable bowel
    165. syndrome IBS
    166. Irritable hip
    167. Itching
    168. Itchy bottom
    169. Kaposi’s sarcoma
    170. Kidney cancer
    171. Kidney infection
    172. Kidney stones
    173. Labyrinthitis
    174. Lactose intolerance
    175. Laryngeal larynx cancer
    176. Laryngitis
    177. Leg cramps
    178. Lichen planus
    179. Liver cancer
    180. Liver disease
    181. Liver tumours
    182. Loss of libido
    183. Lung cancer
    184. Lupus
    185. Lyme disease
    186. Lymphoedema
    187. Lymphogranuloma venereum LGV
    188. Malaria
    189. Malignant brain tumour cancerous
    190. Malnutrition
    191. Measles
    192. Meniere’s disease
    193. Meningitis
    194. Menopause
    195. Mesothelioma
    196. Middle ear infection otitis media
    197. Migraine
    198. Miscarriage
    199. Motor neurone disease MND
    200. Mouth cancer
    201. Mouth ulcer
    202. Multiple myeloma
    203. Multiple sclerosis MS
    204. Mumps
    205. Nasal and sinus cancer
    206. Nasopharyngeal cancer
    207. Neuroblastoma: Children
    208. Neuroendocrine tumours
    209. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD
    210. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
    211. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma: Children
    212. Norovirus
    213. Nosebleed
    214. Obesity
    215. Obsessive compulsive disorder OCD
    216. Obstructive sleep apnoea
    217. Oesophageal cancer
    218. Oral thrush in adults
    219. Osteoarthritis
    220. Osteoporosis
    221. Osteosarcoma
    222. Otitis externa
    223. Ovarian cancer
    224. Ovarian cancer: Teenagers and young adults
    225. Ovarian cyst
    226. Overactive thyroid
    227. Paget’s disease of the nipple
    228. Pancreatic cancer
    229. Panic disorder
    230. Parkinson’s disease
    231. Pelvic inflammatory disease
    232. Pelvic organ prolapse
    233. Penile cancer
    234. Peripheral neuropathy
    235. Personality disorder
    236. Pleurisy
    237. Pneumonia
    238. Polymyalgia rheumatica
    239. Post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD
    240. Postnatal depression
    241. Pregnancy and baby
    242. Pressure ulcers
    243. Prostate cancer
    244. Psoriasis
    245. Psoriatic arthritis
    246. Psychosis
    247. Pubic lice
    248. Rare tumours
    249. Raynaud’s phenomenon
    250. Reactive arthritis
    251. Restless legs syndrome
    252. Retinoblastoma: Children
    253. Rhabdomyosarcoma
    254. Rheumatoid arthritis
    255. Ringworm and other fungal infections
    256. Rosacea
    257. Scabies
    258. Scarlet fever
    259. Schizophrenia
    260. Scoliosis
    261. Septic shock
    262. Shingles
    263. Shortness of breath
    264. Sickle cell disease
    265. Sinusitis
    266. Sjogren’s syndrome
    267. Skin cancer melanoma
    268. Skin cancer non-melanoma
    269. Slapped cheek syndrome
    270. Soft tissue sarcomas
    271. Soft tissue sarcomas:
    272. Teenagers and young adults
    273. Sore throat
    274. Spleen problems and spleen removal
    275. Stomach ache and abdominal pain
    276. Stomach cancer
    277. Stomach ulcer
    278. Stress, anxiety and low mood
    279. Stroke
    280. Sudden infant death syndrome SIDS
    281. Suicide
    282. Sunburn
    283. Swollen glands
    284. Syphilis
    285. Testicular cancer
    286. Testicular cancer: Teenagers and young adults
    287. Testicular lumps and swellings
    288. Threadworms
    289. Thrush
    290. Thyroid cancer
    291. Thyroid cancer: Teenagers and young adults
    292. Tinnitus
    293. Tonsillitis
    294. Tooth decay
    295. Toothache
    296. Transient ischaemic attack TIA
    297. Trichomonas infection
    298. Trigeminal neuralgia
    299. Tuberculosis TB
    300. Type 1 diabetes
    301. Type 2 diabetes
    302. Ulcerative colitis
    303. Underactive thyroid
    304. Urinary incontinence
    305. Urinary tract infection
    306. UTI
    307. Urinary tract infection
    308. UTI in children
    309. Urticaria hives
    310. Vaginal cancer
    311. Varicose eczema
    312. Venous leg ulcer
    313. Vertigo
    314. Vitamin B12 or folate deficiency anaemia
    315. Vomiting in adults
    316. Vulval cancer
    317. Warts and verrucas
    318. Whooping cough
    319. Wilms’ tumour
    320. Womb uterus cancer
    321. Yellow fever

    Conditions Successfully Treated by Ayurveda​

    Tinnitus: Ringing In The Ears And What To Do About It

    Tinnitus

    Tinnitus is the perception of sound in one or both ears. The term “tinnitus” derives from the Latin word tinnire, meaning to ring. It is often referred to as “ringing in the ears”.

    Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia

     Defenition Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition literally meaning “muscle and connective tissue pain”. It’s more a syndrome which includes other symptoms as fatigue …

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    Obesity

    Ayurvedic weight loss treatment Obesity statistics is increasing all over the world, and it is becoming one the world’s biggest …

    Diabetes

    Diabetes

    Ayurvedic Treatment for Diabetes Diabetes is a metabolic lifestyle disease in which a person has high blood sugar level, either …

    Ayurveda is A Way of Life

    At Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital (IVAC), we want to help you detox and rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. We offer massages, yoga classes, and a variety of other therapies that are designed to promote health and well-being. We also offer a variety of products that can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.

    Our detox and rejuvenation packages

    Our detox packages are designed for cleansing your body of toxins and impurities, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized. If you’re looking for a more comprehensive rejuvenation package, we offer packages that include both detox and massage therapies. These packages are perfect for those who want to relax and rejuvenate both body and mind.

    No matter what your goals are, our expert team at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre can help you create a customized package that will suit your needs. So come and visit us today, and start on your journey to a healthier, happier you!

    What is Abhyanga and what to expect?

    Abhyanga, or oil massage, is an important and commonly used treatment in Ayurveda. It involves massaging the body with warm oil, which is believed to improve circulation, detoxify the body, and rejuvenate the skin. Abhyanga is often used as part of a larger Ayurvedic treatment plan, but it can also be enjoyed on its own as a relaxing and therapeutic treatment.

    What is Shirodhara Massage?

    Shirodhara is an Ayurvedic therapy that involves pouring oil on the forehead. This therapy is said to be helpful in relieving stress and promoting relaxation.

    As The best Ayurvedic Hospital in India (certified by Assocham India) for Authentic Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Detox and Rejuvenation, we also offer this wonderful therapy. Shirodhara has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to help people relax and de-stress. If you are looking for a place to relax and rejuvenate, Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital Centre’s Shirodhara treatment should be at the top of your list!

    What is Panchakarma? What you need to know.

    Panchakarma is a five-fold treatment modality used in Ayurvedic medicine to cleanse and rejuvenate the body. It is considered one of the most important aspects of Ayurvedic care and is often used to treat chronic conditions and imbalances.

    Panchakarma consists of five main steps: purification, evacuation, lubrication, fomentation, and massage. These steps are designed to cleanse the body of toxins, improve digestion and circulation, and promote overall health and wellness.

    Panchakarma is an excellent choice for those seeking an effective and holistic treatment modality to treat anything from Diabetes, Tinnitus, Fibromyalgia, Psoriasis, Obesity, Cancer Pre-Treatment (In parallel to main steam medicine) Stress, Depression, Long-Covid and a plethora of diseases that would otherwise have a crippling effect on your life. Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre’s speciality is Authentic Panchakarma.

    The benefits of Ayurvedic detox and rejuvenation treatments

    Ayurveda is not only an ancient system of medicine that originated some 5000 years ago in India. The goal of Ayurveda is after all to promote health and well-being.

    One of the best ways to achieve this life-changing balance in the body is through detoxification and rejuvenation. Ayurveda offers a variety of detox and rejuvenation therapies that can help to cleanse the body, reduce stress, and promote overall health and well-being.

    Detoxification is important for removing toxins from the body. Toxins can build up in the body from a variety of sources, including the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the products we use. Over time, these toxins can lead to a variety of health problems, including fatigue, digestive problems, and even chronic disease such as Diabetes, Psoriasis and Cancer.

    Rejuvenation is also important for maintaining balance in the body. Ayurveda offers a variety of rejuvenation therapies, including massage, yoga, and meditation. These therapies are all available at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre that can help to improve your energy levels, reduce stress, and promote overall health and well-being. We look forward to welcoming you to Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre.

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    Download The Indus Valley Ayurvedic Hospital e-Book

    The purpose of this ebook is to give our readers a basic understanding of ​Ayurveda treatments and its philosophy. To kindle in the reader’s mind an interest to learn more on this subject. Leading an ​Ayurveda lifestyle to keep ​mind-body balanced health today so that one could attain the goal of life-“Enlightenment” is the main philosophy of Ayurveda​ and Yoga.

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