Health And Medical Aid - Polyclinic - Dispensary

The available medical facilities include: –

  •  – Triage and Assessment Centre: includes a dispensary, pharmacy and facility to provide initial emergency treatment to 4 patients.
  •  – P.D. Clinic: Constant availability of Physicians and Ayurvedic Consultants on site.
  •  – Physiotherapy Services: Wax Bath, Ultrasound, IFT, Short Wave Diathermy, Traction, Pulleys etc.
  •  – Yoga Arogya Polyclinic with specialist Services in Yoga Therapy, Marma Therapy, Acupressure, Yagya Therapy and Pranic Healing
  •  – Psychological Disorders Clinic with counselling rooms to provide various types of psychological therapies
  •  – Naturopathy Centre: Natural Treatment, Steam Bath, Spinal Bath, Hip Bath, Sun Bath, Mud Therapy, Massage, Color Therapy etc.
  •  – Panchkarma Centre: Massage, Shirodhara, Vaman, Vasti, Nasya etc.
  •  – Ambulance facility is also available on site

Additionally, a 50 bed multi-specialty hospital with free access to health care for staff and students is also located in the premises of the Shantikunj campus, which is the Headquarter of the sponsoring body of the University.


 – The term alternative medicine, as used in the modern western world, encompasses any healing practice “that does not fall within the realm of conventional medicine.”Commonly cited examples include Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy,  biofeedback, , Homeopathy, Yunani, Siddha and diet-based therapies, in addition to  a range of other practices. It is frequently grouped with complementary medicine, which generally refers to the same interventions when used in conjunction with mainstream techniques, under the umbrella term complementary and alternative medicine, or CAM.

 – A 1998 systematic review of studies assessing its prevalence in 13 countries concluded that about 31% of cancer patients use some form of complementary and alternative medicine. Alternative medicine varies from country to country; Dr Edzard Ernst believes that in Austria and Germany CAM is mainly in the hands of physicians, although some estimates suggest that half of CAM is administered by physicians in the US. In Germany, herbs are tightly regulated, with half prescribed by doctors and covered by health insurance based on their Commission E legislation.

Reception Timings

WINTER:   8:00-10:00 am & 11:00-6:00 pm

SUMMER: 7:00-10:00 am & 11:00-6:00 pm

Note: Sunday Closed

Available Medical Services





Yoga Chikitsa

02:00-03:00 pm


Mehga Rastogi, Seema Patel, Ruchi Shukla


07:00-11:00 am

Dr Saraswati Kala

Reema Srivastava, Anita Kasyap, Ramasankar


07:00-11:00 am & 3:00-05:00 pm

Dr Alka Mishra

Rakesh Prasad, Rajiv ,Harishankar ,Rakesh Dattir,Saraswati

Acupressure Therapy

11:00-05:00 pm

Dr.Amritlal Gurvendra

Smt. Santoshi Sahu, Kavita Kumari,Vindyavasini

Sharma, Hridyanand

Pranic Healing

11:00-05:00 pm

Dr Usha Jaiswal

Rajesh Singh, Rachna Singh

Ayurveda Consultancy

04:00-06:30 pm

Dr Vandana Srivastava,



11:00-05:00 pm

Dr Ashwani

Kamal Gautam, Kharpati Meher


02:00-04:00 pm

Dr Manoranjan Tripathi



Additional Facilities

  •  – Useful natural environment for betterment of health
  •  – Pathology testing Laboratory
  •  – P.D services

Upcoming facility

Residential facility is going to be started only for those who attend yoga camps that are organized thrice every month.

Contact Number

+91-9258360555 (For queries related to Polyclinic)


 – Medical facility for students is provided by university free of cost. Team of experienced doctors and trained assistant staffs serve here. Ayurvedic, homeopathic, allopathic treatments are provided here. First-aid facility in hostel for students is run by dispensary.

Morning: 8:30 – 11:00 am

Evening: 3:30 – 6:00 pm


  •  – Vandana Srivastava
  •  – Gyaneshwar Mishra
  •  – Shrikant Bhatt


  •  – Mukesh Kumar
  •  – Lekha Verma