MS Ramaiah INDIC CENTRE is the first truly integrative healthcare centre based on Ayurveda at MSR Memorial Hospital – a 700-bed state-of-art tertiary care facility situated in the heart of the Bangalore city where 50 beds are specially carved out for Ayurveda. The proximity of a modern hospital ensures 24×7 EMERGENCY SUPPORT in case of need.
Besides pan Indian clients, among Indic Centre’s clientele have been those from Singapore, Chile, China, Taiwan, Portugal, USA etc.
The erstwhile Gokula Ayush Arogyadhama has now been reconstituted as Indic Centre under the able guidance of Professor. Dr.G.Gangadharan with improved infrastructure to provide an outstanding holistic care.
He will be heading MSR-ICAIM, the country’s first truly integrative in-patient facility, planned to become a 300 bedded healthcare facility in the next 5 years. Dr. GG is an expert in authentic Ayurveda methods of diagnosis – specially the pulse diagnosis – and treatment. Dr. GG is also proficient in treating lifestyle disorders and chronic ailments. He has dedicated himself to the propagation of Ayurveda and promoting use of Ayurveda and local health traditions at the grass root level in rural parts of India.
The Third Global Ayurveda Festival (GAF), a biennial event, organized by Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action (CISSA) a non-profit voluntary organization along with all the other stakeholders was held from 31st January to 4th February 2016 at Kozhikode, Kerala, India with lot of enthusiasm and fervour.
Kayachikitsa (General Medicine) Kayachikitsa is the foremost of the eight disciplines in Ayurveda (Ashtanga-Ayurveda). It caters to diseases encompassing both body and mind. It is interesting to note
Prasutitantra and Streeroga (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) This speciality is the equivalent of Obstetrics and Gynecology of modern medicine. Ayurveda has elaborate explanations of women’s health
Shalakyatantra (Ophthalmology & ENT) Shalakyatantra is the branch of Ayurveda which deals with the management of diseases of structures above the neck viz. ear, nose, throat, mouth, eyes and head.
Panchakarma (Five Procedures) Panchakarma treatments are very integral to Ayurveda and form a part of the treatment protocol for most diseases. These procedures overarch all the sub-specialties in
Svasthavritta (Preventive Medicine) Svasthasya svasthyarakshana is one of the reasons the science of Ayurveda was developed. The core theories of Ayurveda applied on a day to day basis effectively
Ayurvedacharya, FAIP (USA), PhD, MoM (McGill, Canada). Has dedicated himself to propagation of traditional Ayurveda knowledge and local health traditions. more
Holds a MD (Kayachikitsa) degree and Masters degree in Hospital Management. Has taught Ayurveda and also has a clinical practice over the past 25 years. more
Dr. Shwetha Suvarna has a Master of Surgery degree in Ayurveda – Streeroga & Prasutitantra – the Ayurveda equivalent of gynaecology and obstetrics more
Dr. Yogidas is an MBBS graduate and has acquired skill in Marmachikitsa (Ayurveda management of neuro-muscular conditions) traditionally. more
Dr. Lavanya Vijayaraghavan, MBBS, MSc Clinical Neuroscience, is Research Coordinator at the MS Ramaiah Indic Centre for Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine. She is involved in developing paradigms for research in Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine. more
1. Best clinical practices in Ayurveda with rigorous documentation
2. Standardised management protocols
3. Integrative management according to the need
4. High quality original clinical research beginning with good observational studies
5. Research Propagation of Ayurveda nationally and globally through franchising on the anvil
6. Leads for focussed pre-clinical work involving select Ayurveda botanicals
Establish a model new-age world class centre for Ayurveda based integrative holistic healthcare
To develop, promote and popularise Ayurveda inspired integrative holistic healthcare solutions for current health care challenges