Deptt.Of Swasthavritta And Yoga
Swasthavritta is one of the 14 departments of this college. The department was upgraded to Post Graduate level in 2009, three scholars were admitted in M.D. in this department that year & since then every year 3 scholars were admitted till 2019. Now from the academic year 2020, the no of P.G. seats have been increased to 4.
The department flourished under the guidance of Dr.Y.D. Bansal till 31st Aug 2018, thereafter the department has been blessed with the legacy of great Ayurvedic physician Prof.(Dr.) Tek Chand Thakur as Head of the Department.
The major objectives of the department are as follows:
- U.G. Teaching & Clinical Training.
- P.G. Teaching, Clinical Training and Research Work
- Community Health Awareness
- Yoga training for the general public
U.G. Teaching & clinical training– Preventive & Promotive aspect of Ayurveda mainly Dinacharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya, Nidana Parivarjana, Sadvritta, Rasayana, Pathya-Aahara (theory classes). Practical training of Yoga-Asana, Pranayama, Dincharya procedures along with Shatkarma procedures to the students.
P.G. Teaching & clinical training- Preventive & Promotive aspect of Ayurveda&Yoga.Nidana Parivarjana, Pathya Aahara-Vihara of communicable as well as non-communicable diseases.Theory teaching related to the subject. Clinical discussions and training in Yoga-Asana, Pranayama, Dinacharya procedures, Shatkarma procedures, Mritika Chikitsa, Dhoopana Karma etc. Research discussions and training related to subject. Weekly seminars, case presentations are organised by the students and the faculty members. Pathya Aahara Kalpana are prepared for preventive and promotive purpose.Students are encouraged to participate in different conferences related to the subject as well as publishing of research articles.
Community Health Awareness– For health awareness purpose, five villages have been adopted by the dept. The link is given below: (https://maps.app.goo.gl/NaxvJiusYmPuRNfA9) Village Population (App.)
- Sehal – 584
- Daredh – 1386
- Phatarh – 659
- Utrala – 1000
- Deol Khas -1300
Health awareness programmes are organised time to time for the general public for health promotion and lifestyle modifications as well as screening for certain health conditions.
Yoga Training for General Public– Yoga camps are organised to benefit various sections of the society to lead a healthy lifestyle and keep the diseases at bay.
Teaching Staff: –
- Prof. (Dr.) Tek Chand Thakur, M.D. (Ayu.); H.O.D.
- Dr.Rajika Gupta, M.D. (Ayu.)Ph.D; Reader
- Dr. Umesh Shukla, M.D. (Ayu.);Sr. Lecturer
- Dr. Ankush Jagota, M.D. (Ayu.);Lecturer
- Dr. Shalini Thakur,M.D. (Ayu.); Ayurvedic Medical Officer
- International Yoga Day is celebrated every year, by the department.
- Trained students of Bastyr University, U.S.A. for 2 consecutive years.
- Organised Yoga Training programmes for Primary and Middle School Students of Baijnath and Chauntra block.
- Organised health Awareness programme in 12 Panchayat of Chauntra and 12 Panchayat of Baijnath block.
- Mrittika Chikitsa, Yogic Procedures (Vaman Dhauti, Shankh Prakshalana, JalaNeti) done for patients in the yoga and naturopathy unit of hospital (Room. No. 901).
- Since 2020 Ayurvedic Fumigation (Dhoopana) is ongoing on daily basis in the hospital as well as in the department.
- Yearly participation at Shivratri fair organised in Baijnath for the promotion of health in general public.
- Various Health days in a year are celeberated by the department for the purpose of health promotion and prevention of diseases. On the world obesity day, Yoga camp has been organised from 4th March 2021- 10th March 2021.
- Pathya-Aahara Kalpana preparations.
Training of students of Bastyr University, U.S.A.
Pathya Aahara Kalpana
International Yoga Day Celebration
Dhoopana Karma and Mrittika Chikitsa
- H.O.D. Room with reception.
- Teacher’s Room
- Yoga hall
- Seminar room, Pathya-AaharaPrayogshala
- Yoga and Naturopathy unit in Hospita
Tittle of Thesis Work
Year of submission
Clinical Evaluation of Rasayana Effect of Ashwagandhadilehya In Apparently Healthy Elderly Persons
Evaluation of Effect of Yogic Practices in the Management of Hypertension
To Evaluate Chksushya Effect of Certain Yogic Practices and Shatavari Churna
Evaluation Of Effect Of Yogic Practices In The Management of Medoroga w.s.r.
Dr.Prashant Gagan Sharma
Evaluation Of Effect of CertainYogic Practices along with Ayurvedic formulations in the management of Vatika Shirahshula w.s.r. to Tension
A study on Vasant Ritucharya and its Relation to prevalence of diseases w.s.r.
Comparative study of Vaman Dhauti along with certain Yogic practices and Phaltrikadi Kwath in the management of Amlapitta
Comparative study between naturopathy- yoga induced langhana and Pathyadichurna in Amavata
Study of Suryanamaskar, Udvartana and Mustadikwath on Sthaulya
Prevalence of Palitya and Comparative study between Yogic Naturopathy procedure and Amalakyadi Yoga, Ayorajadi Lepa
Study of Kushmandaka Rasayana along with Yogic Practices on Mental Health
Study on efficacy of Dhatri Swarasa Yoga
Along with some Yogic Practices as
Preventive and Curative aspect of
Madhumeha w.s.r. to Diabetes Mellitus-2
Evaluation of Rasayana effect of Amalaki Rasayana in Elderly Persons
A Study on the role of Aahara-Vihara ( Takrakalpa and Yogic practices) in the management of Arsha w.s.r. Piles
Evaluate the effect of Krishan Mritika under PanchbhautikaChikitsa in the management of neckpain w.s.r. to Cervical Spondylosis
A Study on Varsha Ritucharya and its relation to Pathya-kalpana
Study to evaluate the efficacy of Valmik Mritika under Panchabhautika Chikitsa in Low Back pain w.s.r. to Lumbar Spondylosis
A study to evaluate the efficacy of JalaNeti along with certain Yogic practices in the management of Dushta Pratishyaya w.s.r. to Chronic Maxillary Sinusitis
Evaluation of Meditation Practices to modify Mental Attitude
A Study on Greeshma Ritucharya and its Relation to Pathya Kalpana
Study to evaluate the efficacy of Yogic practices & Krishna Mrittika Chikitsa under Panchabhautika Chikitsa in Frozen Shoulder
Dr. Priya Pathak
Study to evaluate the effect of Krishna Mrittika Chikitsa& Pippali Vardhmanaka in Vatarakta
To evaluate the effect of Krishna Mrittika Chikitsa in Low Back Pain
Study to Evaluate the effect of Krishna
Mrittika Chikitsa, along with Yogic
Practices in Cervical Spondylosis
Roleof Krishna Mrittika and JalaNeti in the Management of Ardhavbhedaka w.s.r. to Migraine
Assessment of Major Life Style Diseases and Their Risk factors in Nagar Panchayat Baijnath- Paprola- A survey
Evaluation of Tail Gandush in Apparently Healthy Individuals
An Experimental Study to Evaluate the Krimighna Effect of Dhoopana along with the Standardization of Dhoopana Formulations
A Study on Hemanta Ritucharya and its
Relation to Pathya Kalpana(Tila-UradaGuda-Ghrita)
Comparative study of VamanDhauti and
Vaman Karma for the Nirharana
(Elimination) of Kapha in relation to
Dr. Diksha Sharma
To Study the effect of Krishna Mrittika, along with Yogic Practices In The
Management of Primary Dysmenorrhoea
A Study on Sharada Ritucharya and its relation to Virechana Karma
A clinical study to evaluate the effect of
certain Yogic Practices Krishna Mrittika Chikitsa under Panchbhautika Chikitsa in the management of post traumatic stiffness of wrist joint
A Study on Shishira Ritucharya and its relation to Pathya Kalpana (Tila-UradaGuda-Ghrita)