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Ayurveda in Kerala, India

  • Below you will find a ranking of the best clinics and doctors specializing in Ayurveda abroad.
  • The clinics are selected based on the effectiveness of treatment, the qualifications of doctors, the ratio of price and quality, the level of service, and the equipment producibility.
  • We personally checked these clinics and can recommend them to our patients

Cost of Program Ayurveda in Kerala, India

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Location
14 days Single
14 days Double
Dr Franklin 3*
Kerala, Chowara
from 1258 EUR
from 2250 EUR
Indimasi Ayurveda Hospital
Kerala, Poovathoor
from 1670 EUR
from 2430 EUR
Kalari Kovilakom 5*, VIP
Kerala, Payyallur
from 5786 EUR
from 9808 EUR
Nattika Beach 4*+
Kerala, Nattika
from 2491 EUR
from 3730 EUR
Manaltheeram/Somateeram 3*
Kerala, Kovalam
from 1651 EUR
from 2574 EUR
Bethsaida Hermitage 4* (3*+)
Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram
from 1213 EUR
from 1970 EUR

The best doctors for Ayurveda in Kerala, India

Dr. Vishwanatan
ayurvedic doctor
Work experience: over 20 years
Achievements:

Viswanathan is a hereditary Ayurvedic doctor from a family whose history of Ayurvedic practice can be calculated for centuries. The doctor graduated from the College of Ayurveda in 1996, completed postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Alternative Medicine, took a course of pranic treatment, studied marma therapy, and wrote a book about Ayurveda. The doctor heads his Ayurvedic clinics in Trivandrum and Cochin, and also sees patients at the family hospital in Keral.

The doctor develops individual recommendations for:

  • lifestyle;
  • nutrition;
  • Ayurvedic medicines according to your problem.

Also, if necessary, the doctor can recommend the performance of certain yoga asanas, breathing techniques or work with marma points.

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Dr. Srilata
ayurvedic doctor
Work experience: over 38 years
Achievements:

Dr. Srilata is an expert in Ayurvedic treatment with 38 years of experience. She received her BAM in Ayurvedic Medicine from the University of Kerala, Trivandrum.

Srilata worked as a manager and chief consultant for Ayurveda at Ayurashram, Uday Samudra. Chief Physician of the Somatheeram Group of Companies, South Kerala. In addition, she was the director of Ayurveda, Kollenkode, Palakkad, Kerala. She was also the chief physician of the Ayurvedic center at Travancore Heritage, Kerala. Working in Malaysia, at the Oze Ayurvedic Medicine Center, she was a consultant physician for the treatment of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, spondylitis and rheumatism. She successfully treated skin diseases and conducted treatment programs for recovery after a stroke, healed drug addicted patients.

She is the author of the books «Old Ayurvedic Wisdom and Practical Knowledge» and «The Ayurvedic Diet and Recipe Book».

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Dr. Vignesh Dawraj
ayurvedic doctor
Work experience: over 20 years
Achievements:

Ayurvedic healer of the 4th generation.

Specialization of the doctor:

  • Ayurvedic treatment of seasonal allergies
  • Basics of holistic nutrition
  • Ayurvedic treatment of dysmenorrhea
  • Herbal treatment and much more.
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Dr. Mohamed Mubarak
pain management consultant
Work experience: over 10 years
Achievements:

Dr. Mohamed Mubarak, possess a rich practice as Pain Management Consultant for 5 years at Favorite Kerala Ayurveda & Spa, Ayurveda Division of The Raviz Hotels and Resorts. Been a post-graduate diploma holder in yoga therapy, Mohamed Mubarak has also acquired Fellowship in Sports Rehabilitation (FSR) from Medvarsity, Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad in 2017. He possesses a pool of knowledge in MARMA treatment with a broad expertise in special MARMA training, and have documented over 200 clinical cases of Marma manipulation. He also had a brief stint at the esteemed Dhanwanthari Vaidhyasala Hospital as a trainee doctor.

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Best clinics for Ayurveda in Kerala, India

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4/5
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Diagnosis: Recovery from illness

The beautiful, calm, and relaxing environment on Poovar Island. I have a great experience visiting this place. The beach, the conditions, everything is as I imagined. After procedures and massage, you feel renewed. Atmosphere tunes in the right way.


5/5
Rating:
Diagnosis: Recovery from illness

This is a wonderful place, a place of strength, health, and positive emotions! Very nice, friendly staff! Highly professional Dr. Vishva! He is simply a real specialist in Ayurveda! Thanks a lot to everyone! I always want to return to this fairy tale, or never leave it!


5/5
Rating:
Diagnosis: Recovery from illness

Excellent hotel, there is a sea through the bay, and boats go in 30 minutes. The massage and food are good. It is a pity that only 8 days. I will be back here for a month.


5/5
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Diagnosis: Recovery from illness

Ayurveda is at a very good level.


4/5
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Diagnosis: spa treatment

My trip was wonderful, I’ve probably never had one like it. Whether I was so morally open that I went with the flow, there were no hitches anywhere.
The check-in was just amazing. We were greeted very warmly and kindly.

Mainly in Dr. Franklin Panchakarma rested Russians.
At the Franklin Clinic, everything is very simple, no frills. Perfectly normal accommodation, the first floor was very good in that it did not heat up.
We looked at the new building (across the road), we did not like it. The old building is somehow better – more soulful. But there we went to the pool.

It is a pity, of course, that there is no direct access to the sea. It’s a 10 minute walk to it. The beach is very dirty, just crap, and the sea was dirty. That is, all these moments, yes, they were, but … I tried to be above all this.

The clinic staff sometimes unpleasantly surprised me with their forgetfulness. In the process, they remembered something, but they could also forget to bring a suitcase, put wet wipes, and so on.
The waiters are, of course, cool. Took the order and left, may not come. Maybe he will return and bring the order, maybe he will not return, who has what kind of karma. Or no one at all for half an hour, and then another may come and take the same order.

I liked the Ayurvedic food. Of course, it is specific. The portions are small, but I think they are enough. True, some began to howl and go to Kovalam, but I was fine.
The procedures were done once a day. And of course yoga in the morning, with many varieties, but not very good, because there was a yoga master who taught individual classes for many years, and gave the group classes to another teacher and he somehow cheated. We went to yoga a couple of times – we didn’t like it.

There were complaints about this yoga master. But now the guys write that yoga has become better, apparently the complaints have worked.

Dr. Sony Joseph (aka Dr. Franklin’s son-in-law) is a good doctor, only he takes the first and last consultation, and that’s it. For absolutely all other issues, there are 2 doctors on duty, working in turn, for three days.

All attendants speak quite broken English and generally know 5 words each, i.e. people get a little lost because of this. But there is always one of the translators – Sunil.

The treatment, of course, was … but it did not give the full effect, because somehow it turned out to be not enough for me, although in general the treatment process is good. When the process started, I really liked everything. She returned to life and the stress was gone. After all, I specifically went to shoot it in recent years.


4/5
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Diagnosis: spa treatment

Last year I visited the Franklin Clinic. No one there treats anything. One treatment scheme is for everyone. I brought my medical records, they didn’t even look at them, and then they couldn’t even find them. The food is the same for everyone – a general menu, who wants, then orders. In general, just a pleasant spa holiday. And no more.


5/5
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Diagnosis:

We came to Dr. Franklin’s clinic for the second time. Compared to the previous visit in December 2012, the hotel area has become larger and more beautiful – many trees, exotic plants. But there were many guests. There were several types of rooms in the center. We chose a small villa in the new area and it was good. The treatment was as effective as before. And Chowara is a great place – good people, ocean, Kovalam beach and Trivandrum very close, daily morning yoga, delicious healthy food. So we had a good rest and recovered!


5/5
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Diagnosis:

I found this Ayurvedic clinic on a recommendation and Dr. Franklin has the best value for money in the area, they provide you with excellent medical care and herbal massages.
The best time is from October to Christmas.


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Ayurveda program in Kerala, India

  • Total stay in Kerala, India: 14 days
  • Day 1: Arrival, consultation with a doctor, and preparation of a treatment program, massage.
  • Day 2-6: Preparation for cleansing. Reception of a special oil so that all the toxins from the cells are collected to the center.
  • Day 7: Complete cleansing of the body.
  • Day 8-14: Rejuvenation and restoration of the body.
WHAT IS AYURVEDA?

Ayurvedic treatment is a concept that originated in India over 3,000 years ago.  This therapy is based on the use of a complex of natural remedies for the treatment of diseases of various etiologies.

Ayurveda is “yus”, which is translated from Sanskrit as “the principle of life”, and “veda” as the knowledge.

Traditional Indian medicine is aimed at restoring the natural forces of the body from the physical and mental side. Ayurveda specialists individually select a therapy regimen for each patient. It may include yoga classes, a special diet, teas, herbal cosmetics, and more.

WHAT DISEASES IS IT POSSIBLE TO TREAT WITH AYURVEDA?

What diseases can Ayurveda help withAyurvedic treatment is used in the following medical areas:

  • neurology;
  • dermatology;
  • cardiovascular pathologies;
  • diseases of the gastrointestinal tract;
  • orthopedics.

Depending on the diagnosis and complaints of the patient, Indian doctors prescribe an individual treatment program. Ayurveda is suitable for patients undergoing rehabilitation after surgery and cancer therapy.

Ayurvedic sanatoriums are suitable for healing the whole family. For each person, in accordance with the age and the presence of chronic diseases, the optimal daily regimen with all procedures can be selected. The whole process takes place in the conditions of a resort holiday near the sea.

WHAT IS PARTICULAR ABOUT AYURVEDA IN INDIA?

In India, Ayurveda is considered a form of medical care equal to traditional Western, Chinese, and naturopathic medicine. Practitioners of Ayurveda in India undergo formal training recognized at the state level.

Currently, Ayurvedic practitioners are not licensed in the US and there is no national standard for such training or certification. However, Ayurveda schools have received approval as educational institutions in some states of America.

According to the Johns Hopkins Institute, Ayurveda can have a positive effect when used as a complementary therapy in combination with standard traditional medical care.

AYURVEDA IN KERALA – WHAT IS IT?

Ayurveda in KeralaKerala is an Indian state on the tropical Malabar coast, which is washed by the waters of the Arabian Sea. Kerala is known worldwide as a tropical paradise with palm trees and white sandy beaches. Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala are treatment centers where, under the supervision of specialists, people undergo a course of wellness procedures. Beach holidays are combined with yoga, cleansing the body according to the principles of Ayurveda, massages, and meditation.

Ayurvedic tours to India most often begin with a sanatorium holiday in Kerala. The rich nature and clean sea air contribute to the normalization of the psychological state of patients. In addition, there is a therapy with SPA procedures using natural Indian cosmetics.

Kerala Ayurvedic Center is usually a luxury villa with full service for visitors. Foreign guests can be offered furnished Indian-style huts. The territories of these sanatoriums have large areas with rich landscaping.

WHY DO FOREIGNERS CHOOSE MEDICAL TOURS TO INDIA?

In India, there are many well-known clinics and sanatoriums offering treatment at affordable prices. This makes Indian medicine attractive to foreigners who are looking for quality services at an affordable price.

The best Ayurvedic clinics in India are equipped with modern technology, the same as in Europe, Israel, and the USA. At the same time, the cost of medical care in this country is about 50% cheaper than in other rehabilitation centers.

Many Indian practitioners have received a positive response from formal medical institutes. Therefore, Europeans and Americans trust their health to Ayurvedic clinics in India.

WHAT THE SCIENCE SAYS ABOUT AYURVEDA IN INDIA?

What science says about Ayurveda in IndiaAyurveda is one of the oldest medical systems in the world and is part of India’s traditional healthcare system. The ayurvedic treatment combines products mainly derived from plants and minerals but may also include animal products. Diet, exercise, and spiritual practices are aimed at changing lifestyle.

Designed clinical trials and a systematic review of studies show that Ayurvedic approaches are effective. A few examples from the official source of NCCIH (US Department of Health and Human Services):

  1. The results of a 2013 clinical study compared two formulations of Ayurvedic herbal extracts with the natural product glucosamine sulfate and a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. The trial was performed on 440 people with osteoarthritis of the knee. All four products provided the same reduction in pain and improvement in joint function.
  2. A 2011 study of 43 people found that traditional and Ayurvedic treatments for rheumatoid arthritis were equally effective. The test drug was a cytostatic drug from the antimetabolite group, and the Ayurvedic treatment included 40 plant compounds.
  3. The results of a small short-term clinical study in 89 men and women showed that a combination of five Ayurvedic herbs can help people with type 2 diabetes.
  4. Turmeric, an herb often used in Ayurvedic preparations, can help with ulcerative colitis. To do this, two studies were conducted: one published in 2005 included 10 people, and the other, which was conducted in 2006, included 89 people.

According to the NCCIH, about 240,000 American adults use Ayurveda in India every year.

WHAT DO PATIENTS SAY ABOUT AYURVEDIC CLINICS IN KERALA?

What patients say about Ayurvedic clinics in KeralaAyurvedic medicine attracts not only Indians. The colorful resorts of Kerala and the original philosophy of Ayurveda have many fans all over the world.

Most often, in their reviews, patients note an interesting approach to Indian medicine. Ayurvedic philosophy believes that the universe consists of five elements – earth, water, air, fire, and ether. Each person has their own individual composition of these elements, which is called doshas. Three doshas Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are responsible for the basic functions of the body, such as movement, digestion, and metabolism.

Patients who come to India for rehabilitation and wellness rethink the importance of balance between body, mind, and spirit. Ayurveda believes that health is achieved when all three aspects are in harmony with each other, and that disease occurs when this balance is disturbed.

To achieve and maintain health, Ayurveda suggests the use of various methods: individual diet, yoga, meditation, massage, aromatherapy, and herbal preparations. These methods are aimed at restoring the balance of the doshas and the overall well-being of the person.

If you want to learn more about Ayurvedic treatment in India, testimonials from patients are available on the Experts Medical website.

 

AYURVEDA IN INDIA: WHERE TO GO AND HOW TO ORGANIZE A TOUR?

Ayurvedic tours in Kerala are the most sought-after among foreign medical tourists. The rehabilitation centers and sanatoriums of Kerala are focused on receiving and serving patients from all over the world. Ayurvedic clinics in Kerala provide translators, so patients from the CIS, England, and other countries feel comfortable.

In order to organize an Ayurvedic tour to India without risks and unnecessary financial costs, it is better to contact a specialized organization for medical tourism. Experts Medical cooperates with licensed and trusted hospitals around the world, including Ayurvedic clinics in India.

WHAT DO YOU GET WITH EXPERTS MEDICAL?
  1. Ayurveda in Kerala: massageFree consultation of the doctor-coordinator of the company. You will be able to discuss your medical issues, on the basis of which a list of the most suitable medical institutions will be formed.
  2. Online consultation with an Indian doctor. If you have chronic diseases, the results of diagnostics at the place of residence can be examined by a specialist beforehand. This allows to organize the healing process more efficiently.
  3. An opportunity to discuss the process of therapy in absentia with representatives of the Indian clinic. You will find out the cost of the entire tour, taking into account the individual treatment program.
  4. Assistance in obtaining all necessary travel documents. You will learn what you need to travel to India (visa, certificates, etc.), based on which country you are in.
  5. Booking tickets and apartments in the sanatorium. The medical coordinator will make sure that your trip takes place on time without any nuances.

You can choose a sanatorium in India with the quality of service as in a 5-star hotel. Ayurvedic therapy will include a wide range of services:

  • local cuisine and European food;
  • drinks from medicinal herbs and useful plants;
  • procedures aimed at the cleansing process in the body;
  • exercises for the prevention of cardiovascular and other diseases;
  • cosmetic products without toxins and synthetic impurities;
  • classes with professional yoga instructors;
  • different types of massages and spa treatments.

Turning to Experts Medical, you can get Ayurvedic treatment in India for a reasonable price and only in proven centers.

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