Apr 30, 2014


What is a fissure?

An anal fissure is a small tear in the skin that lines the anus. An anal fissure may occur when you pass hard or large stools during a bowel movement. An anal fissure typically causes pain and bleeding with bowel movements.

Anal fissures most often affect people in middle age, but fissures also are the most common cause of rectal bleeding in infants. Most anal fissures heal within a few weeks with treatment for constipation, but some fissures may become chronic


Anal fissures can be caused by trauma to the anus and anal canal. The cause of the trauma can be one or more of the following:

    Chronic constipation
    Straining to have a bowel movement, especially if the stool is large, hard, and/or dry
    Prolonged diarrhea
    Anal stretching
    Insertion of foreign objects into the anus

Other causes of anal fissures (other than trauma) include:

    Longstanding poor bowel habits
    Overly tight or spastic anal sphincter muscles (muscles that control the closing of the anus)
    Scarring in the anorectal area
    Presence of an underlying medical problem: such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis; anal cancer; leukemia; infectious diseases (such as tuberculosis); and sexually transmitted diseases (such as syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia, chancroid, HIV)
    Decreased blood flow to the anorectal area

Signs and symptoms include:

    Pain during, and even hours after, a bowel movement
    Blood on the outside surface of the stool
    Blood on toilet
    A visible crack or tear in the anus or anal canal
    Burning and itch that may be painful
    Discomfort when urinating, frequent urination, or inability to urinate
    Foul-smelling discharge


Factors that may increase your risk of developing an anal fissure include:

    Infancy. Many infants experience an anal fissure during their first year of life, although experts aren't sure of the reason.

    Aging. Older adults may develop an anal fissure partly because of slowed circulation, resulting in decreased blood flow to the rectal area.
    Constipation. Straining during bowel movements and passing hard stools increase the risk of tearing.
    Childbirth. Anal fissures are more common in women after they give birth.
    Crohn's disease. This inflammatory bowel disease causes chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract, which may make the lining of the anal canal more vulnerable to tearing


For fissures in adults:
    Keep the anorectal area dry
    Wipe the area with soft materials, a moistened cloth, or cotton pad; avoid rough and scented toilet paper
    Promptly treat all occurrences of constipation and diarrhea
    Avoid irritating the rectum


Ayurveda advises internal medication as well as topical ointment application in the treatment of anal fissures. To avoid further irritation to the damaged tissue, medicines which soften the stools and promote healing of the tissues are utilized. Ointments which are natural anti-bacterial and anti-septic are used for topical application.

Complications of anal fissure can include:

    Anal fissure that fails to heal. An anal fissure that doesn't heal can become chronic, meaning it lasts for more than six weeks.

    Anal fissure that recurs. If you've experienced anal fissure once, you have an increased risk of another anal fissure.

    A tear that extends to surrounding muscles. An anal fissure may extend into the ring of muscle that holds your anus closed (internal anal sphincter). This makes it more difficult for your anal fissure to heal. An unhealed fissure may trigger a cycle of discomfort that may require medications or surgery to reduce the pain and repair or remove the fissure.

8 Indian traditions which are actually good for your health!

We, as a generation, have developed a default cynical attitude towards our traditions and practices. But, what we fail to understand is that reason is rooted deep into our scriptures. Before the scientific community calculated the accurate distance between the sun and earth, the Hanuman Chalisa had the exact number integrated into its verses two centuries in advance.

On the usage of silver in cutlery: Do you know why your aunts and grannies guard their Silver Dinnerware like a pirate does his plunder? And your uncles flash their silver-filled tooth so unabashedly? Silver has intrinsic germicidal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties and fortifies your food. More than a sign of economic status, being born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth is an indication of a well-nourished upbringing.  In the days of yore, when pasteurization was nothing more than a word to be invented yet, silver coins were immersed in milk to prolong its shelf-life and preserve it.

On the concept of wishing wells: Ever wonder why is the practice of wishing in wells and rivers so common? It wasn’t just a clever ploy for priests to make a quick buck. Coins in ancient India were fashioned out of copper. And, wells and rivers were the main source of the town’s or villages daily water needs. Copper is a vital micro-nutrient in processes like RCB synthesis, enzyme activity and nervous well-being. It also considerably slows down ageing and mitigates the painful effects of arthritis. To ensure that the population of the village remained physically and mentally healthy, the Brahmins disguised the scientific reason under the guise of a superstition (Basically, Indians in a sentence!). The water in these rivers and wells was now enriched with copper and the greater good was achieved. Don’t go eating electrical copper wires now, that won’t help at all.

On making rangolis: The practice of drawing rangoli is common in urban India even now. Although, it is not just an ornamental design you draw outside your house. The primary objective may have been aesthetic but it doesn’t stop there. Rangoli used to be designed using coarse rice flour coloured with natural pigments, as opposed to the asthma-attack-causing death powder it is now. It was a pest-control ploy; a method to ensure that pests and birds remain occupied; don’t enter your house and are satisfied by the feast you lay out for them in the veranda. Other than this, early-morning rangoli designing promoted social and learning skills among women and created a cheerful atmosphere in the morning.

On the piercing of earlobesPiercing the earlobes of a girl child is a common spectacle in India. More than defining our femininity, this practice has its roots in acupuncture. Piercings on the nose and earlobes has been known to bring spiritual calmness and serenity to the wearer. But beware against illogically placed piercings! 
Toran or the floral buntings we use to decorate our door panes during Diwali and Dusshehra isn’t just a decoration. Tradition says the neem and mango leaves used in the toran have anti-bacterial properties. On days and occasions when the house is frequented by guests and people requesting alms, the torans provided a preventive effect against infections and viruses.

On the Indian eating practices: The sight of a person sprinkling water in a circular fashion around their plate of food thrice is a sight not unheard of. While some say it is a method of paying obeisance to deities and seeking blessings, it is also a way of preventing insects and pests from entering your plate. Indians are the poster people for consumption of food using fingers. This is because it helps us judge the temperature of the morsel and rules out the possibility of an ulcer or a scalded tongue. Sitting on the floor and eating rather than a dining table is recommended because the repeated bending of the spine improves blood circulation and digestion and prevents the morsel falling onto your clothes.

On the vilification of GheeGhee isn’t the moustache-twirling, gold-teeth-twinkling villain it is portrayed to be. It is one of the most healthiest fats there is. Ghee is a saturated fat. In layman terms, ghee doesn’t morph into harmful substances (like peroxides and free radicals) on being heated. Ghee actually helps in reducing cholesterol levels in the body. From coating the passageways of your digestive tract to reducing the possibility of cancer, ghee has numerous dietary and Ayurvedic benefits that you may have never expected. So, the next time a fat neighbourhood aunty tries to shove a boondi ka laddoo made with ghee, let her.

On Mitahar: The concept of Mitahar (‘Mit’ meaning frugal and ‘Aahaar’ meaning diet) is a philosophy that advocates simplicity in nutrition and complete engrossment in your meal. Switch off the Idiot Box, tablets and Cell phones. Look at your food, sense the textures and tastes. Over-indulgence is frowned upon because it affects the body in a negative way. Eat what grows closest to you. The next time you decide to splurge a few hundred rupees on a kiwi from New Zealand, make sure you think about the 20-rupees-worth oranges from Nasik. They’ll do you a lot more good than an exotic fruit your body has never encountered before.
This is because the nutrients used in growing local foods are the same that your body is acclimatised to. This eases the process of assimilating the foods into your blood stream. Processed foods contradict this practise. The inclusion of chemicals, preservatives, colouring agents and artificial flavours pollute the intrinsic nutritional value of the food product.

On the rewards of fasting: Considering that India is a land of contrast, we shouldn’t be amazed that the concepts of Thali and Fasting come from the same culture. While the Thali boasts of providing a complete and holistic meal consisting of a variety of nutrients, fasts advocate starving yourself on specific days of the year. But, fasts are a way of giving your body a break and detoxifying. The month of Shravan is notorious among carnivores for its meat-prohibition rules. But seeing as Shravan falls around the monsoon period, it made sense to abstain from meat in those times. Monsoon is the time when meat tends to rot quickly than summer or winter; and refrigerators weren’t a handy tool then. Sea-storms are common and there used to be a possibility of death among fishermen who went out to sea to fish. Fasts were commonly pursued to prevent catching various water-borne diseases. Again, a reason disguised under a superstition.

To summarise, the traditions in Indian culture may at times seem subversive and orthodox, but our interpretation of them makes a difference too. The next time you see a wishing well or a group of people eating from a banana leaf for a plate, with their hands, try to take off your cynic-glasses and look at it from an open mind. Reason won’t be far away.

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Apr 20, 2014


Anal Fistula
 Ano-rectal disorders
are progressively increasing in the society. Few important causes out of a number of them are; sedentary life style, irregular and inappropriate diet, prolonged sitting and/or standing and psychological disturbances like anxiety, depression etc. Ano-rectal problems coupled with psychological manifestations are the causes, inter-related to each other. As per Ayurveda, these above mentioned causes result in derangement of ‘Jatharagni’ (the digestive power) which leads to constipation and other associated symptoms. Constipation leads to generation of hard stool (fecolith) which when expelled leads to trauma in anal canal and ultimately generates Anal fissure. Constipation increases the back pressure onto haemorrhoidal vessels to produce Piles/Haemorrhoids. Crypto-glandular infection leads to ano-rectal abscess and Fistula-in-ano. Thus constipation seems to be the very important cause for most of these disorders. The fast food culture has again worsen the condition as these foods are devoid of dietary fibres.

These disorders are utterly embarrassing to the patient. The peri-anal skin is one of the most pain sensitive region in the body due to rich nerve endings. So, even a mild form of disorder can produce great discomfort to the patient. It has been observed that in the initial stages of the disease, most of the patients avoid consulting to the physician and explaining their problem particularly because they feel ashamed. They try to prevaricate it. This tendency is still more in females. This ultimately leads to manifold increment in their problem and the disease. When they visit to doctor for consultation, they are too mentally disturbed to lose the interest in life. They become very much anxious, many go in depression and few of them even try to attempt suicide.
Among the list of ano-rectal disorders, following are commonly seen;

    Piles (Haemorrhoids)
    Fissure-in-ano (Anal fissure)
    Fistula-in-ano (Anal fistula)
    Ano-rectal abscess


Anal fistula, or fistula-in-ano, is an abnormal connection or channel like structure, between the surface of the anal canal and the exterior perianal skin.

Anal fistulae originate from the anal glands, which are located between the two layers of the anal sphincters and which drain into the anal canal. If the outlet of these glands becomes blocked, an abscess can form which can eventually point to the skin surface. The tract formed by this process is the fistula.
Ancient Ayurveda surgeon, Susruta has described five types of Bhagandara(Sataponak, Ustragriwa, Parisrabi, Sambukawarta, Unmargi). They have been classified according to the vitiation of the three doshas and the shape & site of the fistula tract.

Anal fistulas commonly occur due to an anal abscess.

An abscess is a collection of pus and infected fluid. An anal abscess usually develops after a small gland, just inside the anus, becomes infected with bacteria.

A fistula may occur if an abscess has not completely healed, or if the infected fluid has not been entirely drained away.

An anal fistula may also develop as a result of:

    a growth or ulcer (painful sore)
    a complication from surgery
    a congenital abnormality (a health problem that you were born with)

Anal fistulae are also a common complication of conditions that result in inflammation of the intestines. Some of these conditions include:

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): a chronic (long-term) disorder that affects the digestive system, causing abdominal pain, diarrhoea and constipation.
    Diverticulitis: the formation of small pouches that stick out of the side of the large intestine (colon), which become infected and inflamed.
    Ulcerative colitis: a chronic condition that causes the colon to become inflamed and can cause ulcers to form on the lining of the colon.
    Crohn's disease: a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the lining of the digestive system.


Anal fistulae can present with many different symptoms such as:

    Discharge - either bloody or purulent
    Pruritus ani– itching around the anus
    Systemic symptoms if abscess becomes infected


Diagnosis is by examination, either in an outpatient setting or under anaesthesia. The examination can be an Anoscopy.

Possible findings:

    The opening of the fistula onto the skin may be seen
    The area may be painful on examination
    There may be redness
    A discharge may be seen
    It may be possible to explore the fistula using a fistula probe (a narrow instrument) and in this way it may be possible to find both openings of the fistula

Kshara Sutra is utilized in the treatment of fistula in Ayurveda.


Kshara Sutra is a seton thread medicated with organic alkalis,such as Apamargakshara(Achyranthesaspera), Arkakshara(Caltropisgigantea) or Snuhikshara (Euphorbia lingularia). The alkali is repeatedly coated on the seton thread 15 – 21 times. Apart from this, natural antibiotic like haridra powder, guggulu, etc are also used to make Ksharasutra. The mechanical action of the threads and the chemical action of the drugs coated , collectively do the work of cutting, curetting, draining, and cleaning the fistulous track, thus promoting healing of the track/ wound. This also acts both as the antiseptic and fibrotic agent to induce healing. The process of healing starts from deeper tissues and moves towards the periphery. This can be applied and changed periodically till the thread cuts the fistulous tract. Since the sphincter heals by fibrosis, there is no incontinence.

Under local anaesthesia, the kshara sutra is inserted into the tract and the two ends of the thread are tied forming a loop. The alkalis coated on the thread are continuously released throughout the length of the track there by cutting, curetting, draining cleansing and healing the track. This therapeutic action of the thread lasts for seven days. The old thread is then replaced with a new thread following the same procedure. Depending on the length of the tract and the extent of damage, the kshara sutra may be changed up to 5 times. The changing of the thread is a simple procedure taking about 1 to 2 minutes and requires no anaesthesia.

    The procedure does not require hospitalization for more than 4 to 5 hours
    The patient requires minimal bed rest and can resume daily activities within 12 – 24 hours
    No painful dressings required
    The drugs coated on the Kshar-Sutra are slowly and gradually released into the track and the wound, leaving no abscess overseen. These abscess are drained out by the action of the drugs.
    The sphincteric muscles are not dissected and hence the possibility of incontinence is ruled out.


Depending on the effectiveness of the treatment, fistula may result in infection or incontinence of stools.


The reoccurrence rate of fistula treated with kshara sutra ligation procedure is less than 2%. This is because the medicines on the thread gradually and continually curate the payogenic membrane and fibrous tissue in the track and thus leave no pus pockets undrained.
In some cases, the fistula can reoccur despite having surgery. After having a fistulotomy, the reoccurrence rate rises to 21%. After an advancement flap procedure, the reoccurrence rate may be as high as 36%.

Ancient and modern physicians equally consider these conditions as difficult to cure. Moreover, among these three disorders, Fistula-in-ano is the most notorious one to tackle and cure. Results of surgery (fistulectomy) seem to be embarrassing as there is high recurrence in most of the cases even after complete excision of the track and meticulous post-operative dressings. There is a proverb often used by modern surgeons about this disease that “If you have enmity to a doctor, refer him a patient of Fistula-in-ano and it will never heal”.

The treatment of these disorders especially Fistula has been revolutionized after the availability of kshara sutra. Kshara sutra therapy has been scientifically standardized at BHU, Varanasi by Prof. P. J. Deshpandey and his team of co-workers.

Besides Kshara sutra, Ayurveda has a rich source of herbs based formulations mentioned in Classics, which can be effectively used to correct the gastrointestinal disturbances (disturbed agni) and  provide relief to such patient to a great extent. Moreover, the prevention from these diseases can be achieved if a person follows ayurvedic life-style and dietary regime.

Thus, proctology has been emerging as a highly specialized branch of Ayurveda since about last three decades and people are turning their faith towards Ayurveda to resolve their problems. Thus, in the interest of public, this science of healing should be propagated more and more so people can have a better health through Ayurveda.

Fistula-in-ano; 10 important tips you must know!

Fistula-in-ano is a disease in which there develops a track between perianal skin and/or rectum or anal canal. The main symptom that appears is mucopurulent discharge through the external opening present anywhere in the perianal area. This sometimes leads to itching and or burning sensation.

I am going to give 10 valuable tips for the patients of Fistula-in-ano which being an ano-rectal specialist doctor, I feel are necessary to be communicated to them.

1.     Many patients wander here and there in search of any doctor or medicines to cure Fistula and often waste their time, money and energy by getting trapped in the misleading advertisements, quacks etc. without any result. Remember, Fistula-in-ano is a 100% surgically curable disease. Sometimes, if fistula is due to tuberculosis then Anti-tubercular therapy can work to heal it otherwise surgical intervention is necessary in it.

2.     Beware of quacks and false claims’ advertisements like those of injection treatment, herbal treatment etc. seen commonly in media. Bengali, Chandsi, Madrasi are also not genuine and legal treatments. They can harm your health and can lead to complications like anal incontinence.
3.     Antibiotics can only temporarily reduce the symptoms like pus discharge but will not help in long term use.

4.     Conventional surgical operations for Fistula-in-ano have high recurrence rates, especially in high anal types. Fortunately, there have been excellent results obtained by Ayurveda Kshar Sutra therapy, which can be used extremely effectively to cure Fistulae of almost all the types completely, without any complication or recurrence. It has been well established and proven scientifically by various research centres in India like AIIMS, BHU, ICMR, PGI etc.
5.     One should not wait in seeking an expert physician’s/surgeon’s consultation due to shyness or hesitation. As soon as symptoms like persistent or intermittent discharge of pus, soiling of clothes, feeling of some abscess, pain in perianal region etc. appear, expert’s consultation must not be delayed.

6.     Since Ayurveda Kshar-sutra therapy is extremely effective in curing fistula-in-ano, one should prefer a qualified and experienced Ayurveda Kshar-sutra specialist doctor over other therapies physicians.

7.     Fistula patients feel pain when there is collection of pus inside the track or inside the abscess cavity. So, there must be measures to drain out the collected pus. Though kshar-sutra does the drainage by itself, patient can increase the drainage effectively by keeping themselves ambulatory. So, regular walks will help in healing of your fistula even if you are continuing the Kshar-sutra therapy.
8.      Have complete faith in your doctor. Afterall he has seen and helped many patients like you. Don’t be panic as kshar-sutra therapy sometimes takes longer times (3 months or more) to heal the fistula completely depending on the track length, type of fistula and many more factors.

9.     During the kshar-sutra therapy sometimes patient feels pain, burning sensation etc. during and/or after the weekly changing of thread. Have patience. Remember it is only temporary and ultimately you are going to get rid from this disease completely. Follow the instructions of your physician strictly.
10.     Sitz bath is a wonderful remedy in relieving the pain. It not only gives a soothing sensation and provides relief from pain but it also helps in keeping the perianal region clean. So, it should be employed correctly as per your doctor’s instructions.

Apr 12, 2014



Kadara (corn) is initially painless in condition but with its progress it may become painful. In modern science, corn is being treated by using anti inflammatory drugs, corn cap, saliciylic acid and excision. But even today there is no satisfactory and permanent treatment available for corn because of its high recurrence tendency. According to Ayurveda, 'Kadara' can be correlated with the condition of 'corn'. Aacharya Sushrut has advised Agnikarma (cauterization) for Kadara. Hence, in this study corn (Kadara) was treated by Agnikarma with Panchadhatu Shalaka (instrument made of 5 metals) in a systematic manner for a duration of 15 days with intervals of 5 days in 3 sittings. Here, we have applied two types of Agnikarma. i.e. Pratisaran (flat type of cauterization) and Bindu (dotted type of cauterization) which were used in combination with application of Tilatailam (sesame oil) for better results. This combination therapy provided cured management which is observed in the present case study. The patient was followed upto 6 months for observation of recurrence.


10 natural ways to keep your home mosquito-free
Linked to diseases like malaria, dengue, chikungunya, elephantiasis and many more vector borne diseases, mosquitoes are a big menace to humanity. While most of us turn to chemical insecticides to kill mosquitoes, these chemical agents have been known to cause allergic reactions in some and are simply harmful for others. So, if you are looking for all natural ways to get rid of those pesky critters, then here are 10 ways to keep mosquitoes at bay.

Neem oil: Neem has a number of great benefits for the human body, but apart from being an elixir for your health, neem is also a great mosquito-repellent. A study published in the Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association {1} found that mixing neem oil with coconut oil in a 1:1 ratio is a really effective way to keep mosquitoes at bay. Being a potent antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-protozoal agent, neem  lends your skin a particular smell that wards off mosquitoes. To make an effective insecticide mix neem oil and coconut oil in equal portions and rub it on your body (all exposed parts). This will protect you from mosquito bites for at least eight hours.

Eucalyptus and lemon oil: Recommended by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) as an effective insect-repellent the  mixture of lemon oil and eucalyptus oil is extremely effective in repelling mosquitoes – naturally.  The way lemon oil and eucalyptus oil works is due to its active component cineole, which has both antiseptic and insect-repellent properties when applied to the skin. The best part about this mixture is that it is natural and does not come with all the ill effects of chemical mosquito repellents.  To use this mixture, mix lemon oil and eucalyptus oil in equal proportions and use it on your body. 

Camphor: Using camphor as a repellent also works wonders. Made from the extract of a tree, this compound has been found to have the longest mosquito repellent activity when compared to other natural products. {2}Light camphor in a room and close all the doors and windows. Leave it this way for about fifteen to twenty minutes and go back to a mosquito free environment.

Tulsi: According to data published in the Parasitology Research Journal {3}  tulsi was extremely effective in killing mosquito larvae and helped keep mosquitoes away. Moreover, according Ayurveda simply planting a tulsi shrub near your window is all you need to keep mosquitoes away. The plant has properties that do not allow mosquitoes to breed and will prevent them from entering your house.

Garlic:  Is a great way to keep mosquitoes at bay. It might smell bad, but that is exactly why mosquitoes stay away. The strong and pungent odour of garlic is known to prevent mosquito bites and even prevents them from entering your home. So to use this remedy you could crush up a few pods of garlic, boil it in water and use the water to spray around the room you want to keep mosquito free. If you are the adventurous type (or really hate mosquitoes), you could also spray it on yourself to avoid being bitten.  

Tea tree oil: It has numerous benefits for your skin and hair and is a very powerful antibacterial and antifungal agent as well, but did you know that tea tree oil is also perfect to drive mosquitoes away? Well, the odour and its antifungal and antibacterial properties  help prevent mosquitoes from biting you and drive them away. So if you want to use this remedy you could either rub some tea tree oil on your skin or add a few drops of it to a vaporizer. This way the scent of tea tree oil permeates the air keeping mosquitoes at bay.

Mint : If the scent of mint relaxes you then this remedy is for you. According to a study published in the Journal of Bioresource Technology {4} found that mint oil and mint extract is as effective as any other insect repellent. You can use mint leaves and essence in a number of ways. You can choose to use it in a vaporizer to help fill the room with the scent of mint, apply the oil on your body or plant the shrub outside your rooms window. Alternatively you could mix a bit of mint-flavoured mouthwash with water and spray it around your home. 

Lavender: Not only does it smell absolutely divine but it is also a great way to keep those pesky mosquitoes at bay. The scent of this flower is often quite strong for mosquitoes making them unable to bite. So to use this home remedy, use lavender oil as a natural room freshener or apply it on your skin (you can mix it with your cream) for best results.

Citronella: Citronella oil is an essential oil extracted from citronella grass. This oil has been known to prevent mosquito bites extremely efficiently. So much so, that many people resort to using this extract instead of chemical agents. All you need to do is infuse this extract in a candle or use it in a vaporizer to help you stay mosquito bite free. 

Plant trees: If you thought that trees and shrubs led the breeding of more mosquitoes, you are wrong. Planting the right kind of shrubs and trees can go a long way in keeping your home mosquito free. Shrubs of tulsi, mint, marigold, trees of lemon and neem and planting citronella grass are all extremely effective in preventing the breeding of mosquitoes – keeping you safe from dreaded vector borne diseases; naturally.

Source : http://health.india.com/

Apr 11, 2014


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Designation Ayurveda Doctor (South Africa)
Qualification : BAMS , Naturopathy

Experience : 2-3 Years Experience .

Other Skills

Basic knowledge in Wellness Management is essential.

Should have good communication skill.

Eligibility to conduct workshop and training.

Strong knowledge in Panchakarma Therapy.

Knowledge in Weight Management, Detoxification.

Knowledge in yoga will be an added advantage.

Designation -- Therapist (Lady) South Africa
Qualification : Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist

Experience : 2-3 Years Experience .

Other Skills :

Basic knowledge in wellness management is essential.

Should have good communication skill.

Eligibility to conduct workshop and training.
Role Category: Medical Professional
Role: Medical Officer
Keyskills: Ayurvedic Doctors Therapists BAMSNaturopathy

Desired Candidate Profile

UG - Other Graduate
PG - Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate - Doctorate Not Required
Please refer to the Job description above

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Seven Consultancy
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TPA Doctor/ Medical Officer (06-1 Yrs.) jobs in Chembur

by Mani Job Destination hiring for TPA Industry in Mumbai
Experience: 1 to 3 yrs.  | Salary: INR 2,00,000 - 3,75,000 P.A  |  Opening(s): 6

 Qualification: MBBS / BAMS / BHMS / BUMS

Location : Chembur, Mumbai
Contact : HR Manager Sunita @ 09989051577

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Mani Job Destination
Integrated Health Insurance Service provider servicing valued clients since April 2006 with Mumbai Head Office & pan India network of 23 branches. Integrated Health Insurance Service provider servicing valued clients since April 2006 with Mumbai Head


Opening for Doctor/consultant (bams/bhms) for Worli..!!

by Oxygen Media Services in

Job Description

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We are looking for a doctor for the following profile:
* Attending to patients queries on phone.
* Counselling patients over a phone
* Noting details, maintaining database.
Salary: INR 1,00,000 - 2,00,000 P.A
Role Category: Medical Professional
Role: Medical Officer
Keyskills: doctordrbamsbhmsayurvedaayurvedicayurvedic doctorHomeopathetic

Desired Candidate Profile

UG - Other Graduate
PG - Any Postgraduate - Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate - Any Doctorate - Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required
Please refer to the Job description above

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Oxygen Media Services
Fully Integrated Advertising agency with blue chip clients and approx. 70 employees, managed by industry professionals.

Contact Details
Recruiter Name:Ms. Luiza Nadar
Contact Company:Oxygen Media Services
Experience: 0 to 2 yrs.  | Salary: INR 1,00,000 - 2,00,000 P.A   

 Primary Care Physician (doctor)
by Asvas Health Care Pvt Ltd in Yadgir , Raichur , Mahbubnagar
Experience: 1 to 5 yrs.  |  Opening(s): 10 Posted on: 11 Apr
Job Description
* Patient consultation and medical care.
* Guide clinical and field teams on patient outcomes, safety and quality.
* Prescribe treatment based on best practices.
* Adhere to standard treatment norms.

(Only MBBS graduates need apply.)
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Role Category: Medical Professional
Role: Medical Officer
Keyskills:  physician

Desired Candidate Profile

PG - Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate - Doctorate Not Required
*1-5 plus years of post MBBS practice.
* Knowledge of and ability to apply professional medical principles, procedures, and techniques.
* Thorough knowledge of pharmacology.
* Good communication skills & pleasant personality.

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Asvas Health Care Pvt Ltd
Asvas Healthcare is a provider of accessible and quality healthcare to the rural and semi urban areas in the South India.
We currently operate a chain of Healthcare centers under the name Asvas Clinics across Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

Ayurveda / Naturopath Doctor
by Bapu Nature Cure Hospital & Yogashram in Delhi
Experience: 1 to 2 yrs.  | Salary: INR 1,75,000 - 2,50,000 P.A Posted on: 08 Apr
 Education: UG - Any Graduate

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Bapu Nature Cure Hospital & Yogashram
Bapu Nature Cure Hospital &Yogashram has been providing Holistic Health Care services and techniques to achieve Disease Free Living and make life Stress Free - through the use of Naturopathy, Yoga, Physiotherapy and Ayurveda etc. since 1985.

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