Legacy of 3 generations in specialized ayurvedic treatment for eyes. NABH Accredited. GMP Certified
The science of ayurveda has a branch specialized for ophthalmology. This is a “Perfect Science” based on scientific principles. This science is taught in academic level in a structured way as any science is done. Ayurveda Doctors need to complete a basic degree of 5.5 years and then, a post graduate course of 3 years to practice ayurvedic ophthalmology.
Patients need to be aware of the qualifications of an ayurvedic ophthalmologist before approaching for treatment. Patients also need to be aware of the License, Approvals and Accreditation of the healthcare organization at which they plan to take treatment. The premier accreditation in case of Ayurvedic hospitals is NABH Accreditation.
At Matha, all patients are treated under the supervision of Highly qualified and experienced Ayurveda Ophthalmologists. Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital is also the first hospital in Trivandrum as well as entire South Kerala Region to obtain the NABH Accreditation for Ayurvedic Hospitals.
Patients selecting ayurveda treatment for eye diseases should comprehend the fact that only doctors having subject expertise in academic level as well as clinical experience can treat a complicated eyesight related disease successfully.
Ayurvedic Ophthalmology gives equal importance to surgery as well as medicinal treatment. In India, there is a marked difference in the approaches towards ayurveda eye treatment practiced in Kerala and rest of India. In Kerala, emphasis is given to medicinal approach, whereas in other states, organizations are handling surgical methods. Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital in Kerala provides ayurvedic eye treatments only using medicinal approach. This is one of the specialty of this hospital in the domain of ayurvedic ophthalmology.
Another misconception that patients need to be aware is the fact that ayurveda science or ayurveda treatments are not a private asset. It is a science and qualified professionals are needed for treatment of eye problems. This fact is being emphasized as there are many patients who get carried away by false claims of tradition and non-scientific approaches towards ophthalmology in ayurveda
A very common question that may patients ponder before selecting ayurvedic treatment for eye. The reason is that every system of medicine has its own advantages and disadvantages. Every system has its own strengths and weaknesses. So, a search for alternative medicines is absolutely necessary for any wise patient.
When Treatments methods come to an end in one system or if the progress is not there, and the complaints persist, the patient has to go for alternative methods. Considering the strengths of ayurvedic eye treatment and the facilities of Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital, the following areas are taken with primary importance at this organization:
In addition to the above conditions, Matha provides ayurvedic treatment & medicine for Uveitis, Blepharospasm, CSR (Central Serous Retinopathy), Hypermetropia, Macular edema, Corneal Ulcer, Corneal Scar, Optic Atrophy, Optic Neuritis (pappiledema), optic nerve weakness, Presbyopia, Rod Cone Dystrophy (rod cone degeneration), Vitreous Humour degeneration, Amblyopia (lazy eye), Iritis, Bell's Palsy, Blepharitis, Retinopathy Of Prematurity - ROP, Eals Disease, CVS (computer vision syndrome), nystagmus, pterygium, ptosis, Squint (strabismus squint), Central Retinal Vein occlusion (CRVO), Branch Retinal Vein occlusion (BRVO), Optic Neuropathy, Keratitis, Corneal opacity, Night Blindness, Lattice Degeneration, Conjunctivitis, Eye Allergy, Flashes, and Colour Blindness. Patients are able to experience improvement in eyesight, and a cure in a step-by-step manner during treatment of their vision complaints. Get an consultation with our Senior Doctors before planning your ayurvedic treatment for eyesight improvement in Kerala
The fact remains that in many Eye problems (including those mentioned above), where allopathic systems come to its limits, “There is still hope in the ayurvedic system”
One of the basic human rights is the right to see. We have to ensure that no citizen goes blind needlessly or being blind does not remain so, if by reasonable deployment of skill and resources, his sight can be prevented from deteriorating or if already lost, can be restored.