No method of modern medicine is completely effective, only 17 diseases are authentically treated in allopathy. No method of modern medicine is completely effective, only 17 diseases are authentically treated in allopathy
By Shivani Kapoor - June 19, 2021
New Delhi8 minutes ago
Now there is a need for coordination of all medical systems. (file photo)
Corona has exposed the limitations and shortcomings of treatment methods. Many doctors and Ayurveda experts are telling their method better than others. Amidst these claims, doctors from three of the country’s top hospitals studied medical practices.
After this study, the doctors said- ‘No method of modern medical science is completely effective. Allopathy has authentic treatment for only 17 diseases. In this, the treatment of other diseases is symptom based. Whereas there are 21 diseases, whose complete treatment is possible outside allopathy.
Dr. Bindiya Pahuja of AIIMS, Delhi, Dr. Aman Gupta of Fortis and Dr. Vijendra Kanwar of Safdarjung Hospital participated in the study. The name of the study is “15 Missing Links of Modern Medicine”. Dr. Aman Gupta explains- ‘It is not possible to completely cure diseases like common cold to cancer, asthma, allergies, arthritis, dengue, Ebola, genetic disorders, diabetes, HIV infection, obesity, polio.
In these, allopathy works on measures to give comfort to the patient. Dr. Bindiya said- ‘Corona has brought to the fore the helplessness of all treatment methods. Apart from allopathy, other medical methods were also tried to treat corona. Now there is a need for coordination of all medical systems. In such a situation, patients can be benefited by using each other as a complement.
Eight major reasons for the effect of corona were given in the study
In the study, 8 major reasons have been given for the effect of corona. For example, he got corona, whose body did not have enough energy to fight the infection. The energy that was there was being used more for the function of other systems of the body. The patient’s immune system was busy fighting other diseases. Patients were more affected by stress, fear, brain or nervous disorders. The study suggested that doctors should act as guides to make people aware of these shortcomings.