Vaidya Smita Naram Returns to Raleigh March 4-5SPN photo
For Ayurvedic Pulse Clinic with Dr. Tom Mitchell

"I don't know where I'd be without Vaidya Naram and Dr. Tom Mitchell. I used to work out two hours a day, seven days a week, but in 2015 I started experiencing debilitating adrenal fatigue. I could hardly get through the day and would be exhausted by the time I reached the top of the stairs. I was also having chronic digestive problems and brain fog. The MDs I was seeing would tell me that my tests were normal, but I knew what I was experiencing was anything but normal.  

When I went to the pulse clinic, Vaidya Naram took my pulse and then told me a list of my symptoms although she knew nothing about me. She was spot on! Then she and Dr. Mitchell gave me an action plan that included Ayurvedic supplements and some dietary changes. I left the consult feeling hopeful that I could get better, and I've continued to receive great support from Dr. Mitchell. Today I’ve begun improving, and I feel confident I’m on the right track toward renewed health." 

~Dawn D., Raleigh

 

Have you ever wondered if there is a connection between your various health issues, as you go from one medical doctor to the next trying to get answers? The answer is, yes, absolutely, there is!  The ancient medicine of India recognizes the energetic links between constellations of symptoms and provides holistic solutions that can resolve a whole pattern of health problems.

You probably recognize some of these patterns intuitively: For instance, if you suffer from anxiety, you likely experience sleep disorder and depression, and constipation or irritable bowel disease. What may be less obvious is that the same basic imbalance that causes these symptoms also causes dry skin, joint and muscular pain, stiffness and an irregular heartbeat.  

The good news is that the energetic imbalances that cause chronic pain and disease can be identified in the pulse by a skilled Ayurvedic physician. Better yet, these problems can be resolved over time with the support of Ayurvedic remedies, the right foods, and lifestyle changes such as adding meditation, yoga and exercise to your daily and weekly routines.

Vaidya Smita Naram is one of India's most renowned Ayurvedic phsyicians, who is recognized as a true pulse master. She is returning to Raleigh to work with Dr. Tom Mitchell, a chiropractic physician and Registered Herbalist (American Herbalist Guild). Appointments are available Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5.

Call 919-785-2200 today to book your consult with Vaidya Naram and Dr. Mitchell! You will also have an opportunity to speak with a food and lifestyle consultant, and the highest quality Ayurvedic herbs are available for purchase.