The department of Kayachikitsa is the major clinical department of the faculty. This
department is essentially concerned with undergraduate and postgraduate
education, research and patient care in the area of Ayurvedic Internal Medicine
and its clinical specialties.
The term Kaya chikitsa refers in
general to the treatment of somatic diseases engendered by the impaired functioning of agni. It contemplates both curative and palliative
measures in addition to the measures calculated to promotion and preservation
of health, strength and longevity in the healthy.
The Department conducts sub-specialties of
Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine), Rasayana and Vajikarana (geriatrics
and aphrodisiacs), hrida roga & Shwasan Vikar (cardio-respiratory
disorders),Madhumeha (diabetes mellitus), Vaatvyadhi (Musculoskeletal &
Nervous Disorders), udar roga (gastro-intestinal disorders), yakrit roga
(hepatology), twak roga (skin & VD), manas roga (psychiatry),
The various research activities in
the evaluation of efficacy of Ayurvedic drugs in various diseases are going on.
Special medical camps are organized in the rural areas.
Well established undergraduate and postgraduate department with
OPD & IPD unit.
Well equipped Intensive Care Unit
Special OPD for Panchgavya chikitsa