Pariksha The principle of treatment in Ayurveda is mainly based on the examination. For the same the texts have explained tenfold examination methods. They are Prakriti, Vikriti, Saara, Samhana, Pramana, Satmya, Satva, Aharashakti, Vyamama shakti, Vaya, Proper examination of these will help in the proper diagnosis of disease, its prognosis, deciding treatment modalities. The examination in Ayurveda is constitutional approach. Each person is unique in his physical, psychological expression. The way we think, behave, and the way body react to certain thing all are distinct. The physician examines the subject with Dashavidha Pariksha which is helpful as diagnostic tool, assessing the prognosis. It also helps to decide appropriate medicine, dosage, food and regimen.
Prakriti Prakrti manifests itself in individuals differently, depending on the proportions of the three gunas, viz. Satva, Rajas and Tamas, which are but transformations of prakrti. In Ayurveda, this prakrti represents the physical and mental constitution of an individual. A state of disease occurs whenever there is a deviation from the normal physical or mental constitution of a human being. Prakrti is employed to understand the nature of an individual and recognize the changes that occur due to disease, when there is a deviation from prakrti.
Vyadhi Our body is made of basic entity called Dosha. The equilibrium of Dosha is called as health. An imbalance in the equilibrium of Dosha is called as Vyadhi. Imbalance in equilibrium can be observed in the levels of Dosha, Dhatu or Mala. We are specialized in treatment of diseases related to digestive system like IBS, Skin diseases like herpis, psoriasis. Pimples etc, Obesity, Vataja Vyadhi like Sandhivata (OA), Amavata (RA) etc, Diabetes, Hyspertension and Gynecological problems
Chikitsa The main aim of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of healthy and to cure the disease. Treatment in Ayurveda is mainly of two types :   1) Shamana and 2) Shodhana. Shamana means mitigating the disease with medicine. The aggravated Dosha are passified with various types of medication. In Shodhana body is purified from toxins by panchakarma. Panchakarma means five procedures. They are Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Basti and Raktamokshana. It is like root cause treatment. Here the toxins which are main cause for the disease are eliminated out of the body. Physicians assess the strength of both disease and the diseased and suitable treatment will be given as per the requirement.
Rasayana Rasayana is a special type of treatment containing various methods of rejuvenation. It derives from 'Rasa' and 'Ayana.' The literal meaning of Rasa is the essence of something. Anything ingested into the body in the form of food or medicine is first resynthesized into Rasa Dhatu, the basic plasma tissue. Ayana is the method by which Rasa is carried to all the body tissues for biochemical metamorphosis (Rasakriya). The concept of Rasayana is based on these two principles of conservation and transmutation of energy. Rasayana therapy strives to improve physical, mental and moral Qualities. It prevents old age, restores youthfulness, improves the complexion and the voice, increases physical strength and immunity. It strengthens memory and intelligence, gives happiness to oneself, and a life which is beneficial to others.