Clinical Diagnosis in Ayurveda - Dr. Swagat Narayan
Dr. Swagat Narayan, BAMS, MD-Ayu, Karnataka, India - Specialization in Kaya Chikitsa from Sri Dharmastala Manjunatheswara Ayurvedic College, Udupi, Karnataka, India, Senior Consulting Physician, Head of the Department and Professor in department of Kayachikitsa at Sri Guru Nanak Ayurvedic College, Hospital, and Research Center, Ludhiana,Punjab, India. Specialized in Panchakarma and treating Neurological disease, musculoskeletal disorder,Auto-immune disease, Specialised in marma chikitsa, Acupuncture therapy, Psoriasis, Respiratory diseases, Obesity, Liver ailments etc, Has received award as Best doctor at SDMCA Hassan. has received best paper award for essay on Nutritional deficiency, has delivered many health talks on TV and radio, has delivered many guest speech on various topics in national and International Seminars.
Topic: An approach to clinical diagnosis in Ayurveda
Abstract: The practice of clinical medicine is made in two distinct steps. First step is the diagnosis and is followed by the treatment, there by achieving the goal of curing or remitting the illness or otherwise the discomfort of the patient. The diagnosis the first stage of the clinical medicine is also achieved in two distinct sequential steps. First step is the observation of the patient and is followed by the analysis of the observation to conclude with the concrete diagnosis. Observation of the patient is made to unravel all the clinical manifestation of the illness. This may be achieved by the darshana sparshana and prashna methods.