AyurVAID Protocol

The AyurVAID protocol is based on the simple premise that the Physician must diagnose and treat only based on sufficient evidence. This evidence should be ‘patient or rogi based’ as opposed to ‘disease or roga based’ in accordance with the fundamental principles of Ayurveda.

This is made possible by a thorough and complete recording of the patient’s medical history, capturing every minute aspect of his/her lifestyle, a thorough head-to-toe clinical examination, uncovering health risk factors that the patient is unaware of, directly connected or unrelated with his presenting medical complaint(s).

Further, the patient is entitled to be clearly informed about the diagnosis arrived at, as also understand the medical management proposed for him. The Physician shall proceed only with the patient’s informed concurrence.

Patient data is systematically captured and documented in every case and at each stage of medical management. While the foundation is Ayurveda, Allopathy has been appropriately and seamlessly integrated so that the patient is re-assured of complete, trustworthy medical management. The AyurVAID protocol also has made it possible for integrated specialty clinics wherein a panel of Allopath and Ayurveda Physicians jointly assess and decide on the best course of action depending on the status of the patient and his/her illness. Where, the patient is in a hurry to find a solution to a specific or short term medical problem, short and brief consultations are offered, with the option to go for a detailed consultation at a later convenient time.

The rigour in diagnosis is followed through with treatment that is systematically planned and documented to ensure safety and efficacy.

The AyurVAID protocol shall continuously evolve both in range and depth of scope, as part of a controlled process, as is to be expected from any serious system and framework of applied knowledge.