Medwin, Unimed join hands
Hyderabad, Oct 19 (INN): The Medwin Hospitals, in association with Unimed, has introduced an integrated approach to treatment bringing together Allopathy and the alternative systems of treatment viz., Ayurvedic, Yoga, Unani, Homoeopathy of AYUSH, all under one roof. This is a unique combination of treatment introduced for the first time in India.
Each system of medicine has certain strengths, so the collaborative activity is to synergize these strengths in the interest of patients.
To kick-start the activity the association held a three day free 'Hijama' (Cupping) camp from 18th October in the Medwin Hospitals premises.
Speaking on the occasion, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Joint Advisor (Unani) Dr. Mohammad Asad Pasha said that such an effort would bring great results and would benefit the patients immensely.
Additional Director (Ayurvedic) AYUSH of Government of Telangana Dr. Guru Murthy described the efforts as first of kind and unique and offered total support of State Government.
Addl. Director (Unani) Mir Yousuf Ali said that Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao has instructed AYUSH department to promote herbal medicine in the entire state as it is immensely valued by the villagers and the city dwellers alike.
Syed Azmathullah, former Commissioner Employment and Training Government of A.P., Dr. Mohammed Samiullah Khan, Director Academics, Medwin Institute of Paramedical Training, Dr. Syed Ghouseuddin, Former Advisor Unani Government of A.P., Dr. Fazal Ahmed Director AYUSH, Medwin Hospitals, Dr. Mohammad Ahsan Faroqui, Professor Government Nizamia Tibbi College, Dr. A.A. Khan, General Secretary, Telangana Unani Medical Officers Association, Dr. Mohammad Minhajuddin Khan, also spoke on the occasion.
Mir Anwaruddin, Chief Coordinator, Medwin Unimed AYUSH Medical & Research Centre, welcomed the guests and expressed vote of thanks.
News Posted: 19 October, 2016