AYURVEDIC PULSE DIAGNOSIS
Includes Physical | Emotional | Psychological Evaluation
Nadi Pariksha is an ancient and Natural method of diagnosis. This Ayurvedic method is used to diagnose, investigate and evaluate your health by identifying the functioning of the smallest cells in your body. Dr Mahesh Krishnamurthy dreams that every Ayurveda doctor must learn Nadi Pariksha. It is the core diagnostic technique of Ayurveda. Dr Mahesh Krishnamurthy has over 11 years of experience in teaching Nadi Pariksha. He offers courses for you to learn the foundation and advanced courses in Nadi Pariksha. Now you have an opportunity to learn the core diagnostic technique of Ayurveda.
Dr Mahesh Krishnamurthy has over 11 years of experience teaching Nadi Pariksha, which is the core diagnostic technique of Ayurveda. He had taught over 300 Ayurvedic doctors. He was the first person in India to be selected by AYUSH to teach Government Ayurveda Doctors. His commitment to bringing back Nadi Pariksha as the core diagnostic technique for Ayurveda Doctors in total.
How do we diagnose using Nadi Pariksha?
Diagnosis is the most crucial part of any treatment. A complete diagnosis includes the body, thoughts, feelings and emotions that affect the body.
Nadi Pariksha is the only method of diagnosis that includes the investigation of the body, thoughts, feelings and emotions.
A vaidya (Ayurvedic Doctor) will place his three middle fingers just behind your wrist, on your forearm. The sensitivity with which the vaidya feels the pulse makes all the difference.
Vata dosha is exceptionally feeble. So, the vaidya must not apply pressure while feeling the pulse, and his touch is extremely feeble; otherwise, he will not be able to feel Vata dosha! Then, there are moments when he will also apply pressure to feel the deeper pulse. The vaidya will collect all this information in a detailed data collection sheet to evaluate his diagnosis.
The evaluation procedure connects the dots between the symptom and its root cause. This procedure is necessary so the vaidya can prepare a thorough treatment plan.
It is different from other methods of diagnosis because, here, the vaidya doesn’t have to ask the patient any questions before performing the diagnosis. The vaidya can identify the symptom and its root cause by feeling the patient’s pulse either at the radial artery or four fingers from the armpit on the inside of the biceps.
It is slightly different for women patients who have attained physical maturity. Dr Mahesh has the skill to feel the pulse of the patient by tying a cotton thread on the wrist of the patient and feels their pulse by holding onto the thread.
At Nadichikitsa Wellness Pvt Ltd., Dr Mahesh Krishnamurthy practices Nadi Pariksha. He comes with an experience of over 22 years in this method of pulse diagnosis.