Touted to be the first of its kind in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the centre was founded by a senior Ayurveda practitioner Dr Gopidi Raja Reddy
Nirmal: Ambience of a hospital can have an impact on the healing process of patients. Serenity and greenery always help them recover from an ailment quickly. The recently established Aradhana Ayurveda Wellness and Research Centre (AAWRC) on the outskirts of Bhainsa town is stated to be providing quality treatment in a pleasant environment.
Touted to be the first of its kind in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the centre was founded by a senior Ayurveda practitioner Dr Gopidi Raja Reddy on a sprawling 10- acre campus on Bhainsa-Nanded route in October last. Considering the state-of-the-art amenities, it is drawing patients from various parts of Telangana and neighbouring Maharashtra.
“I wanted to establish a modern and traditional wellness and research centre to treat in a peaceful atmosphere and away from the hustle-bustle of urban milieu. Drawing inspiration from similar centres located in Kerala and other States, I developed the centre on the outskirts of Bhainsa and in the agriculture lands belonging to my father,” Raja Reddy told ‘Telangana Today.’
The holder of Master of Doctor (MD) from the Gujarat Ayurved University disclosed that he combined healthcare and recreation facilities at the centre to cater to the needs of today’s patients and to build a health village at his native place. Apart from 24 types of traditional Ayurveda treatments including Panchakarma therapies, air-conditioned cottages, a restaurant and a dedicated yoga hall are available here.
The Ayurveda practitioner, who has over two decades of experience in this field, has roped in six experts from Mumbai and therapists from Kerala and various parts of the country to provide health services. He employed professional hotel management staffers to ensure quality hospitality. A CCTV camera surveillance system has been installed for the safety of patients and attendants.
According to Raja Reddy, patients are required to stay at the centre to undergo treatment and to cure their diseases for around a week. They can utilise medical services by hiring cottages at a reasonable price structure. Their health condition is tracked every day. They are guided by doctors and are assisted by staffers. VIPs can get the services in their cottages.
Besides, the centre is equipped with multiple parks and spaces for engaging patients in outdoor games and activities such as walking. An amphitheatre can be found to entertain and educate the patients about well being. Herbs used in treatment are grown in the fields of the centre. Various dishes are cooked using organic vegetables, grown in a special field situated beside the cottages. They can be had at the restaurant located opposite to the clinic.
Several buildings of the centre were built in traditional architecture. For instance, Dhanvantari, the Administrative block features aesthetically carved pillars, cool tiled rooftops, captivating trees, reception area, spacious waiting hall, consulting rooms, pharmacy, and a well-maintained library. Many other wings have attractive architecture, furniture, natural lighting and ventilation surrounded by lush greenery and chirpings of different birds.
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