Medical Tourism in India, Ayurveda

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  • 1. Manas Ranjan Hota Ujjawal Bagaria DMS, SOM Pondicherry University Medical Tourism & Ayurveda “ For Tourism it is Incredible India, for Business it is Credible India, what an amazing country!!!” - Jukka Lehtela, Nokia India
  • 2.
    • “ A term initially coined by travel agencies and the mass media to describe the rapidly-growing practice of traveling across international borders to obtain health care. It also refers pejoratively to the practice of healthcare providers traveling internationally to deliver healthcare”
    • - Wikipedia
  • 3. Medical Tourism
  • 4. The Stakeholders..
  • 5. Why Medical Tourism??
  • 6.
    • An estimated 750,000 Americans went abroad for health care in 2007 and the no. will rise up to 1.5 million in 2008.
    • The UK medical tourism market was estimated at £375 million in 2007. The no. of medical tourists is estimated to rise up to 200,000 by 2010.
    • The medical tourism market in India was estimated at $330 million in 2004 and it will be $2 billion by 2012 as per estimates by the Indian ministry of Tourism.
    • About 1.8 lakh foreigners visited India for treatment in the first eight and half months of the current fiscal and the number would increase by 22% to 25% in the coming years.
    Some facts & figures..
  • 7.
    • The difference in surgery rates are almost 6 to 10 times. For ex: A heart surgery in US costs about $30,000 to $45,000 whereas in India it costs around $5,000.
    • Every 3rd Medical practitioner in the UK or the US is a Filipino descent, so the first-world patients attach a reasonable amount of confidence and comfort in being treated in the Philippines.
    • Dubai has built Healthcare City to discourage Middle Eastern tourists from going out.
    1 st world service at 3 rd world cost!!
  • 8. Medical Tourism Destinations
  • 9.
    • A monumental contribution of India to the world.
    • Objectives of Ayurveda:
      • Maintenance of positive health.
      • Treatment of Diseases.
      • Aturavrittam : Tridosha & Panchabhautic framework.
    Ayurveda: The Science of life.
      • Swasthavrittam : Socio-economic adjustments, modification of personal habits, control of infection, pollution etc.
  • 10.
    • Two USPs of Indian Tourism – Medical Tourism & Ayurveda.
    • Marketing Ayurveda as a part of Health Tourism.
    • Tourists coming for rejuvenation promised by yoga and Ayurvedic massage.
    • Preference for natural and herbal health care is increasing.
    Medical Tourism -> Ayurveda
  • 11.
    • Ideal Geographic location
    • Salubrious climate.
    • Practice of Panchakarma.
    • Vagbhata’s Ashtangahridayam.
    Ayurveda in Kerala
  • 12. Ayurvedic Healthcare Resorts in India
  • 13.
    • Benchmark for all other Ayurvedic Resorts.
    • More than 100 years old.
    • Ayurvedic hospitals at Kottakal, Delhi and Kochi.
    • Two medicine manufacturing units.
    • Runs a Kathakali Academy.
    Kottakal Arya Vaidya Sala, Kerala
  • 14.
    • Best time for treatment is June-September & December-February.
    • Duration of each treatment is 1 hour.
    • Online consultation is answered within 48 hours in free.
    • Accommodation is provided at affordable rates.
    Kottakal Arya Vaidya Sala, Kerala
  • 15.
    • Treatments for: Paralysis, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Spondalysis etc.
    • Classical Therapies for: Parkinsonism, Motor Neuron Diseases, Cancer etc.
    • Specialised Treatments: Panchakarma, Snehapanam Dhara, Sirovasti, Sirolepa etc.
    Kottakal Arya Vaidya Sala, Kerala
  • 16.
    • Rejuventaion Programs followed are:
      • Body Immunization & Longevity treatment.
      • Rejuvenation Therapy
      • Body Slimming
      • Herbal Steam Bath
      • Yoga & Meditation
      • Panchakarma
    Vythiri Resort, Kerala
  • 17.
    • Therapeutic Programs for:
      • Memory loss, severe headache, paralysis, nervous disorders, prevention of cataract etc.
    • Treatments Done are:
      • Dhara, Sirovasti, Panchakarma, Snehapanam, Tharpanam etc.
    Vythiri Resort, Kerala
  • 18.
    • Treatments offered:
      • Ayurvedic Spa
      • Ayurvedic Massage
      • Ethnic Swimming pool.
    Anandha Inn, Pondicherry
  • 19.
    • A new form of Wellness Tourism.
    • Sudarshan Kriya – The core.
    • Meditation makes mind calm, focused & alert.
    • More than 100 million people worldwide have taken its workshop.
    • AIIMS have proved its significant benefits.
    Art of Living
  • 20. Yoga
  • 21. Challenges in Ayurvedic Tourism
  • 22.
    • Quality of treatment.
    • Accreditation of surgeons & hospitals.
    • Post-operative care.
    • Security of Tourists.
    • Unfamiliar legal issues.
    Risks & Issues involved
  • 23.