Ayurveda continuing education for doctors

Doctors will have the opportunity to pass a three years in-service training as ambulatory doctor in Ayurveda (AAA) at euroved Academy. The education in step with actual practice will be conducted by Dr. med. Harsha Gramminger. Participants will be finally qualified to cure patients by using ayurvedic medicine and medical treatment. The well-known summer-intensive-workshop of Dr. Vasant Lad is part of the education.

Ayurveda continuing education for doctors

is a certified education by the European Ayurveda Association (EUAA), is state-approved in Germany and is based on defined regulations of the World Health Organization (WHO) by December 2010.
The education can be completed with a post graduate diploma for doctors (PGDip).

The continuing education includes fundamental category groups of Ayurveda. After acquisition doctors are enabled to practice the ayurvedic methodology in the areas of aetiology and pathogenesis. Doctors will be teached to identify illnesses, to work out a suitable indication and to set up professional therapy plans.

To receive a post graduate diploma as ambulant Ayurveda doctor, it is essential to pass a three years lasting course of studies concluding a final examination.

Ayurveda continuing education for doctors includes following steps:

725 hours of contact + 725 hours without tutor + 225 hours of case studies + 325 hours of Panchakarma courses (including self experience) = in total 2.000 hours

Appointements

Please contact our euroved team.
email: info(at)euroved.com
Phone: +49 221 60858950

Contact

Curriculum

In the first study year of the extra–occupational advanced training for Ambulant Ayurveda
Doctors the following modules have to be completed:

Module 1: (125h, including 50 contact hours)

Basic principles inclusive

  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Ashtanga Ayurveda
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Pancha mahabhutas
  • Doshas and subdoshas
  • Dhatus
  • Upadhatus
  • Malas
  • Srotas
  • Kalas
  • Interplay between the Doshas, dhatus and srotas

Module 2: Diagnostic and Therapy I (50h, including 20 contact hours)

Concept of Health and Disease

  • Pakruti
  • Vikruti
  • Samprapti
  • Nidan panchaka
  • Srotas
  • Kalas
  • Ama cncl. Intor to tri
  • Ashta and dashavidhpariksha
  • Practical appreciation of darshananm
  • Sparshanam
  • Prashanam
  • Other diagnostic techniques

Module 3: Dietetics and Cooking (70h, incl. 50 contact hours)

Inclusive treatment of desease and special diets for different

  • Imbalances
  • Rasa
  • Virya
  • Vipak
  • Swastha Vrittam

Module 4: Dravyaguna I (60h, incl. 30 contact hours)

Intro to different forms of preparation

  • Bhaisaja kalpana
  • Rasa
  • Virya
  • Vipak and prabhav

Module 5.0: Kaya Chikitsa I (195h, including 100 contact hours)

  • Internal medicine
  • Prakruti and vikruti
  • Assesment of body and mind incl. practical examples
  • Types of treatment
  • Treatment of common desease
  • Acute and chronic conditions

Module 5.1: Summer Intensive Seminar with Dr. Vasant Lad (see 5.0)

Further information you will find at the special website about the Ayurvedic summer camp at the Euroved Academy.

Module 6: Yoga massage (optional)

Basic principles of Ayurvedic yoga massage:

  • Use of different oil mixtures and calmus powder in consideration of bodily constitution
  • Meaning of the Purvakarma and the Snehana for the preparation of a Panchakarma cure
  • Practical exercises: back massage, leg massage

In the second study year of the extra–occupational advanced training for Ambulant Ayurveda Doctors the following modules have to be completed:

Module 1: Kaya chikitsa II (160h, including 80 contact hours)

  • Treatment of complex disease
  • Ayurvedic approach to disease and treatment
  • Samprapti gatakas

Module 2: Gynaecology and Paediatrics (90h, including 45 contact hours)

  • Pasutri tantra
  • Kaumara bhrtya

Module 3: Ayuryoga (90h, including 45 contact hours)

Yoga applied to Ayurveda – Ayuryoga

Module 4: Dravyaguna II (50h, including 25 contact hours)

  • Rasa Shastra
  • Gems
  • Other dravyas
  • Legal status of Ayurveda

Module 5: Manuel Therapy (80h, including 40 contact hours)

including

  • Marma Therapie
  • Netra tarpana
  • Karnau purana
  • Nasya
  • Lepas
  • external basti
  • Mukhabyhanga
  • Anjana
  • Dhumapan

Module 7: Exam with external Investigator (approx. 4 hours)

Further information concerning the exam you will get at the beginning of the study year.

In the third study year of the extra–occupational advanced training for Ambulant Ayurveda Doctors the following modules have to be completed:

Module 1: Surgery (80h, including 40 contact hours)

  • Treatment of terminal diseases
  • Surgery (Shalya)
  • Ksara sutra
  • Agni karma
  • Ear nose
  • Throat diseases

Module 2: Holistic approach (90h, including 45 contact hours)

  • Manasika prakruti / vikruti
  • Manasika gunas
  • Body-mind-spirit interaction
  • Holistic approach to Ayurveda

Module 3: Sanskrit / Terminology (90h, including 45 contact hours)

Sanskrit and Ayurvedic Terminology

  • Reading and writing  Sanskrit
  • Introduction tot he texts and references of Ayurveda
  • Bhrt trayi
  • Laghu trayi
  • Materia medica
  • AFI
  • Other authors and sources useful for research

Module 4: Toxikology etc. (40h, including 20 contact hours)

  • Agad tantra (Toxikology)
  • Rasayan (Rejuvenation)
  • Vajikarana (Aphrodisiacs)

Module 5: Pancha Karma (180h, including 90 contact hours)

Introduction to Pancha Karma theory and practice

  • Purva karma
  • Karma und paschat karma
  • Shodhan
  • Shaman
  • Rasayana
  • Introduction to manual therapies
  • Snehan swedan
  • Theory and practice

Module 6: Exam with external Investigator (approx. 4 hours)

Further information concerning the exam you will get at the beginning of the study year.

Legal Requirements in Germany

Doctors – with substantiated knowledge and acquisition of all modules – are allowed to practice ayurvedic treatment. Certified ayurvedic alternative practitioner are allowed to practice most of them. Graduated massager and physiotherapists are enabled to offer manual treatment and are allowed to pass advices in the areas of stress reduction, nutrition, lifestyle, and vitality.
Healer are allowed to open their own Ayurveda-wellness- office, after passing the examination.
They are allowed to offer massage treatments as well as lifestyle- and nutrition sessions. Under supervision of a doctor, they are allowed to offer more ayurvedic treatments.