- Osteopathy is a manual examination and treatment method of the integrated musculoskeletal, visceral and craniosacral systems.
- It provides a broad range of approaches in the maintenance of health and the management of disease. It is patient-centred, rather than a disease-centred form of health care.
- To be an Osteopathic practitioner you must study and know the exact construction of the human body, the exact location of every bone, nerve, fibre, muscle, and organ, the origin, the course and flow of all the fluids of the body, and most importantly the relation of each part to the others.
- It is a distinctive form of medical care founded on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health.
- It is a patient – centred, rather than disease-centred, form of Health Care.
Osteopathy at our campus
Dean, Faculty of Health and Wellness
– B.A. (Hon), M.A., Ph.D. (Bhakti under Dharmashastra & Manuscriptologist)
- An academician having more than 35 years of experience in Yoga Education field.
- Drafting Expert -Benchmarks for training in Yoga for World Health Organization (WHO)
- Indian delegation’s part for Intergovernmental UNESCO meet (November 28-02 December, 2016) held at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia wherein Yoga was accepted as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
- As Principal of G.S. Yoga College and Cultural Synthesis, Kaivalya dhama, Lonavla for more than 5 Years
- Scientific Advisory Committee Member of Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy, Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. Of India
- Organizer of National and International Seminars / Conferences and other events
- More than 30 years of teaching experience as well as delivering innumerable invited talks and keynote speeches in various Universities and Institutions in India and world over.
- As a Research scholar, has assumed responsibilities of a Research officer, Asst. Research Director and Head for more than 25 years.
- Has 13 books (collaboration)to his credit and 50 Research papers have been published in renowned Journals, Souvenirs, Proceedings etc.
- Has chaired significant administrative positions, been a member/chairperson of academic council/ board of studies/board of trustees/various committees etc.
- Has worked an Executive Managing Editor of Renowned Yoga Journal, Yoga Mimamsa, Pub. Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla.
- Expertise includes Manuscriptology, Applied Yoga Psychology and OsteopathyRead More..,
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