Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine is a subspecialty of medicine which deals specifically with the overall care of sportsmen. Sport and Excercise Medicine(SEM) deals with physical fitness, prevention and treatment of injuries related to sporting activity, many of which are musculoskeletal in nature.

The following are the most common injuries:

  • Injuries to ligaments
  • Injuries to tendons
  • Injuries to muscle

We are have developed, over the last century, a unique and specialized treatment methodolgy that focuses on healing, rehabilitation and strengthening of the body. Many sporting activities have the habit of reappearing due to the repetitive nature of the particular sporting activity. Specific exercise regimen for minimizing the reccurence of old injuries is another of our specialities. The holistic well being of an affected sports person is one of our prime priorities. 

V Chandran Gurukul Kairali Ayurveda Chikitsalya is very proud of its specialized sports kalari ayurveda treatment that which has been rendering its curative medical care and service to the sports persons both eminent and distinguished at local and national level. Here in our century old tradition many a human impossibilities have become phenomenal possibilities. Treatment for sports injuries has been our special focus. We are proud to say that in our century old traditional kalari ayurvedic treatment we have developed a unique and specialised treatment for different sports injurious. All those famous sports persons who have been cured miraculously are part of our successful story. From children to adults people of different ages who engage in different sports activities are prone to different sports injuries. Every day we are treating many such cases. The hospital aims at the holistic well being of the sports persons. Sports persons with sports injuries are not only cured here but also made compatible and stronger for the further sports activities.

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