India Intensive – Clinical Experience
Experience an intense, 3-week course facilitated by the most knowledgeable and highly esteemed faculty at the International Academy of Ayurveda, in Pune, India.
This course can stand alone for those who have studies at other Ayurvedic schools in North America with a minimum of 2000 hours of education in Ayurvedic Medicine.
Students and graduates of CAISH and NMI Canada are registered as part of their Diploma in the Ayurveda Clinical Practitioner program.
Each year, this portion of the course will be run between January and March.
Constitutional Analysis (Prakruti Parikshan) – Practical evaluation of physical and mental condition.
Shatkriya Kala – The disease process, stages classifications and prognosis.
Digestive system (Annavaha srotas) in health and disease.
Excretory system (purishavaha-mutravaha strotas) in health and disease.
Dietary therapy (Ahara Chikitsa) for diseases of Annavaha and Purishvaha srotas.
Diagnosis and patient examination (Rogi Pariksha Vidhi); method and steps of diagnosis (trividha, ashtavidha and dashavidha); diagnostic pulse, tongue and abdomen.
Respiratory (Pranavaha strotas) and cardiovascular (Rasa-raktavaha strotas) system in health and disease.
Medicated emesis (Vaman) and Medicated purgation (Virechan).
Reproductive system (Shukravaha and Aartavvaha strotas), in health and disease.
Dietary therapy (Ahara Chikitsa) for diseases of Pranavaha-rasa-raktavaha and shukravaha srotas.
Garbha Sanskar (Ayurvedic prenatal care).
Examination of disease (Nidan panchak); aggravated states of doshas, sama, nirama condition.
Doshas and tissues in disease process.
Musculo-skeletal system and neurological system (Mamsa, asthi and majjavaha srotas), in health and disease.
Herbal formulations and Panchkarma Therapies applications for different diseases of Mamsa, asthi and majjavaha srotas.
Dietary therapy (Ahara Chikitsa) for different diseases of Mamsa, asthi and majjavaha srotas.
Ayurvedic beauty therapy.