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Year - 2024Volume - 2Issue - 1Pages - 115-119


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Shingnapurkar D1,Bhasarkar D2,Gulhane D3,
1 PhD Scholar MD Kayachikitsa, Government Ayurved college Nagpur
2 Assistant Professor Swastha Vrutta and Yoga, Government Ayurved College Nagpur , Raje raghuji nagar near Sakkar Dara square Nagpur
3 HOD, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR GOVERNMENT AYURVED COLLEGE NAGPUR , Raje raghuji nagar near Sakkar Dara square Nagpur

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Dr Mayuri Shingnapurkar
PhD Scholar MD Kayachikitsa
Government Ayurved College Nagpur
Contact No. : 8600995023, Email :

Date of Acceptance : 06 Mar 2024

Date of Publication : 27 Mar 2024

Article ID : SD-IJAY_067

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The contemporary field of medicine confronts formidable global challenges in addressing prevalent conditions such as tuberculosis, hemiplegia, AIDS, and cancer, with a persistent concern for the quality of life (QOL) among affected patients. Ayurveda, recognized as a holistic medical system, encompasses various parameters promoting good and healthy living. This includes a range of Panchakarma procedures, coupled with pre-Panchakarma interventions like Abhyang (oil massage), Swedana (sudation), Utsadana, and Mardana. The inclusion of yoga in the integrated approach expands the scope of treatment options available to individuals, offering a comprehensive framework that addresses the multifaceted dimensions of health and wellness.


These therapies not only enhance muscular flexibility but also promote circulation and alleviate pain associated with conditions like chronic arthritis and myopathies.


Aim and objectives – To investigate and highlight the imperative need for an integrated approach, merging physiotherapeutic modalities with Ayurvedic therapies and Yoga treatment, to address prevalent global health challenges.


Discussion – The integration of Ayurvedic therapies, physiotherapy, and Yoga signifies a transformative shift in healthcare, addressing diverse health challenges globally. By blending ancient Ayurvedic wisdom with modern physiotherapy, healthcare providers create a comprehensive approach to healing. Yoga’s holistic nature enhances treatment effectiveness. This holistic paradigm emphasizes collaboration among specialists like psychologists, sociologists, and nurses, ensuring comprehensive patient care. Physiotherapists benefit from understanding diverse fields, aligning with yoga’s multidisciplinary approach for enhanced patient well-being.


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