MULTI MEDICINE FACILITY: First of its kind in India and the World
Dr. Avantika Batish is working as Director Strategy and Healthcare at International Health Emergency Learning and Preparedness. Also, guest faculty for MBA (HR) and MBA Healthcare Management at various B-Schools and is a soft skills trainer.
Indian Spinal Injuries Centre in partnership with Netherlands-based Ayurvedic medicine chain Vaidyaraja is going to start a first-of-its kind multi-medicine facility in New Delhi (India) that will bring all streams of alternative medicine including Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and many more indigenous medical systems under the same banner. Thus bringing together all available medical systems in India under one roof.
The facility proposed to be created, is not just a first in India but also a first in the world will be managed and operated under the banner of Vaidyaraja which works extensively in The Netherlands, Lithuania and other parts of Europe, besides India and with clinics, products and training facilities in India and Europe.
The multi-medicine facility will bring multiple alternative medicine systems together alongwith promotion of scientific research involving studying, testing and recording ancient and traditional medicines and therapies. It will also invest heavily in researching for and testing of products available in traditional medical systems to establish scientific proofs of their efficacy.
The facility will have medical systems of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Tibetian, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, as well as accepted and credible cures from traditional Indian localized and tribal medical systems, all dispensed under the same banner along with modern medicine.
People have for centuries benefited from indigenous, herbal and nature-based treatments. Even a number of indigenous tribes in India have preserved their age-old traditional treatment systems which are efficacious and can benefit the larger world.
The facility intends to bring together all such sources of rich information and help them grow for the larger good of mankind by recording and monitoring all treatments as per best practices in the world.