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Sports Medicine

Carnoustie Sports medicine deals with physical fitness and the treatment of injuries related to sports and exercise along with training of mind which focus on mindfulness, building confidence and concentration.  As function it’s not only curative and rehabilitative, but also preventive.

Carnoustie Sports Medicine focuses on:

  • Holistic treatments to minor and major sports injuries and ailments with an amalgamation of ancient science of Marma, Kalari, Ayurveda and Yoga
  • Alternative medical techniques to enhance mental and physical strength, heal injuries or orthopaedic problems
  • Psychological aspects to build an athlete’s confidence for optimum performance through counselling, meditation and advanced yogic techniques
  • Marma, Kalari and other ancient Indian techniques and martial arts to increase flexibility and endurance
  • Special Ayurveda Medicines, Treatments and Diet curated for specific needs of a Sportsmen

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Common Sports Injuries

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Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sports or exercise. They can occur due to overtraining, lack of conditioning and improper technique. It can be acute in case of sudden jerk or chronic when it occurs due to prolonged wear and tear of the body parts.

Here are few common sports injuries:

  • Sprains
  • Strains
  • ACL Tears
  • Dislocations
  • Fractures
  • Muscle pain
  • Swelling
  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Arm & Elbow 
  • Knee Injuries
  • Thumb & Wrist
  • Ankle & Foot Injuries
  • Shin splints
  • Plantar fasciitis 
  • Tennis elbow
  • Low back pain
  • Hip bursitis
  • Achilles tendonitis 

Ailment Treated

  • Motor Neuron Disease
  • Cervical Spondylosis
  • Radiculopathy
  • Periarthritis
  • Ankylosing Spondylosis
  • Hemiplegia
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • I.V.D.P.
  • Scoliosis
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Fistula
  • TAO
  • Bells Palsy
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative Diseases
  • G.B. Syndrome 
  • Rheumatic Fever
  • SLE Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Soft tissue injuries of sports persons
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Tennis and Golfers elbow
  • Fracture management
  • Renal failure
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Transverse Myelitis
  • Syringomyelia
  • Post conditions of sports injuries
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Parkinsonism

Sports & the Mind

Self-confidence can give an average athlete or team the courage and focus to defeat a stronger opponent. Likewise, lacking self-confidence, an athlete or team will consistently perform way below their potential. Low self-confidence can kill an athlete's enjoyment of the sport and turn him/her into a dropout statistic.

Here are few common issues faced:

  • Lack of confidence
  • Coping with injury
  • Depression
  • Conflict resolution
  • Energy regulation
  • Focus
  • Motivation
  • Mindfulness
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Ayurveda & Sports Medicine

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Ayurveda is the science of life, which act as both preventive and curative side. Ayurveda offers exceptional solutions to the injured sports person that will not only save their career as a sports person but will also give long term benefits to them. Ayurveda can be the principal therapy or supportive therapy to treat various orthopedic problems encountered by sports persons.

There are different types of treatment available in Ayurveda for sports injuries:

  • THE MIND (MENTAL STRENGTH)
  • BODY (PHYSICAL STRENGTH)
  • INJURY (TREATING THE INJURIES)
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The Mind

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For a sportsmen, mental stability and concentration is the first and foremost thing. Ayurveda indicates Shiv Yoga and Meditation for attaining High Concentration and Willpower.

Marma, Kallari, Ayurveda and Yoga
for Self Confidence and Mindfulness

Ancient Indian techniques of Marma, Kallari, Ayurveda and Yoga can help in dealing with low confidence, past issues and self esteem, as well as with positive life transformation and rebuilding a sports career.

Psychological readiness is the key for success of an athlete - the aspect of honest self-awareness is crucial. Without self-awareness, you cannot understand your strengths and weakness, your super powers versus your kryptonite.

Athletes who can become honestly self-aware of their strengths and weaknesses can develop their ability to be consistent and ultimately control performance.

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Shiv Yoga

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Mantras create a positive, friendly and a healing effect. In Ayurveda, apart from herbal remedies, mantra recitation also to enhance the healing.

When mantras are chanted, sound energy is generated and the vibration of that energy is diffused distributed into the nervous system by nadis through six major chakras situated along the length of the spinal cord and a seventh at the crown of the head.

These chakras can be co-related to the plexuses of the modern physiology. When energy passes from the nadis to these plexuses of the physical nervous system, it turns neural and is passed on to the nervous which in turn obey the brain and then circulated throughout the body through blood. So that each cell of our body get oxygenated and the body get high energy.

Meditation

Meditation is relaxation. It is not about concentration, it is actually about de concentration. It is not about focusing ones thoughts on one thing, but instead on becoming thoughtless.

With the help of meditation, the physiology undergoes a change and every cell in the body is filled with energy, this results in joy, peace and enthusiasm.

Five benefits of meditation for sports men:

  • Greater confidence
  • More focus and clarity
  • Better health
  • More mental strength and energy
  • Greater dynamism
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The Body (Physical Strength)

Physical strength is an important factor for a sportsmen. Ayurveda provides both internal and external therapies to give maximum benefit to the patient.

Few of the most popular techniques includes:

  • Ayurveda Medicine
  • Marma
  • Kalaripayattu

Ayurveda Medicine

In any heavy work person needs instant energy. In ancient times warriors used some herbs to enhance their stamina. There are hundreds of classical drugs available to improve the circulation and enhance the energy level in the body. A sports person can consume these as a sports drink
To enhance strength and stamina naturally.

Acharya Charaka in his literature has explained some group of herbs which can be used by sportsmen.

  • Brihmaneeya dasaimani (Muscle builder)
  • Jeevaneeya dasaimani (Vitaliser)
  • Balakara dasaimani (Promotes Strength)
  • Sramahara Dasaimani (Promotes Cheer)
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Marma

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Marmas are vital points in the body. They are 107 in number and have great importance in the treatment of sports injuries. Each marma has their own function and they are connected with each system of our body. So that any injury or trauma can be rectified by the stimulation of corresponding marma.

Marma chikitsa may be taken as synonym of traumatology.  In India trauma and its management is reported from Vedic period.  These marmas are often located at junction points, where two or more types of tissue meet such as muscles, nerves, tendons, joints ligaments and bones.

In sports injury, these points get obstructed, which result in pain, muscle stiffness, sprain, discomfort etc. This is cleared by a very particular way and a specific technique is used for each point.

Kalaripayattu

Kalaripayattu is one of the oldest living tradition of the world having its roots in the Dhanurveda, the ancient Indian science of warfare. Martial training and self-disciplining through a ritualistic and spiritual process of learning and is synthesized in the kalaripayattu tradition that found its roots in Kerala.

Kalaripayattu training aims at the ultimate co-ordination of the mind and body which is highly recommended for sports men.

The Kalari massage are of two types:

  • Ilakkithirummu - a strong massage for arms & legs
  • Chavittithirummu - a powerful massage by foot
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Ayurveda treatment for Sportsmen

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The main aim of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of a healthy person and help to maintain the health of a diseased person which is very much essential for an athlete.

Special Ayurveda Treatments for Sportsmen

Kizhi

Kizhi is a treatment used in the management of various pain related condition affecting the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular system. It often combined with the massage to increase the pain relieving benefits.

It specially recommended for

  • It specially recommended for
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle and joint stiffness
  • Arthritis
  • Repetitive strain injuries
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Greeva basti

The same procedure like kati basti, the only different is the location. Greeva is neck, so the mentioned procedure on neck.

It specially recommended for

  • Pain and stiffness on neck, shoulder and upper back
  • Headache caused by poor posture or stress
  • Frozen shoulders
  • Kati basti

    Kati basti is a warm herbal oil treatment that is used to improve circulation and relieves stiffness, inflammation and pain in the lower back.

It specially recommended for

  • Acute and chronic back pain
  • Muscle tightness and spasm
  • Sciatica
  • Bulging disc
Vechukett

Vechu kettu is a warm medical paste applied over the affected area, covered with herbal leaves and then bandaged with cotton cloth. It nourishes the tissues relieving localized pain, swelling, inflammation, strain, sprain and joint injuries.

Bandana

Bandana means different types of bandages, specially for dislocation and fractures.

Kalaripayattu & Body Flexibility

It is difficult to describe Kalaripayattu techniques on paper as it is a combination of so many movements together.

It is a core discipline which involves a series of jumps and moves. It is one of the oldest martial art forms in India. Now people starts to learn the tremendous benefits, it can have on ones body and mind.

The practice of martial arts Kalaripayattu techniques results in increased agility, suppleness apart from the ability to twist or turn the body in many ways and increasing your body’s flexibility.

Following are the techniques of Kalaripayattu for getting good physical strength.

  • Maipayattu
  • Marichilukal
  • Kaikuthipayattu
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Kalaripayattu & Body Flexibility

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Maipayattu

This refers to exercise that use the body, including specific exercises for legs, hips hands and the upper portion of the body. These movements are all designed to help one to achieve maximum physical fitness and agility.

Marichilukal

In this the training comprises of acrobatic exercises which include flying leaps and kicks.  This helps tone the body and improves your agility and reflexes. These techniques include whole body workouts breathing techniques and acrobatics.

Kaikuthipayattu

This is the exercise with hands on the floor, which helps to improve the strength of hands.

There are so many techniques and exercises in kalaripayattu to attain good strength and flexibility of the body.  If kalari was as common as your regular run on tread mill, it won’t raise as many eyebrows! So if you wants to change the way you work out getting  bored of the regular stuff and challenge your advance level stamina. Try this ancient routine and improve your fitness level.

Advantages of Sports Injury Management by Ayurveda

The main aim of Ayurvedic Treatment is to regain physical fitness so that sportsman can go back to the field as early as possible by:

  • Pain alleviation
  • Correcting disability
  • Strengthening joints and other structures
  • Improving function & performance
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Diet & Ayurveda

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The science of Ayurveda teaches that right diet is the foundation of healing. Ayurveda is centered on three bio-energy forces called doshas-vatha, pitta, and Kapha. Each person has a unique combination of three doshas, and that composition is called one's prakruti.

Each meal's menu is specially prepared for each guest in consultation with the Ayurvedic doctors and nutritional experts to supplement the treatments and enhance results. Most of the fresh vegetables and herbs come from our Organic Garden and the water served is infused with herbs to fortify its dietary values.

Team of Doctor's

Dr. C.B Sajeev Kumar BAMS, MD, PGDY

Specialization: Kalari (Martial Arts) for Sports Medicine, Marma, Salyatanthra (Surgery, Orthopaedics, Neurology, Vital points (Marma), Acupuncture, Don Therapy, Yoga, Meditation, Para surgical methods, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy.

Patents & Publications: Management of Dushta Vrana (Ulcer) with Rasasinduram (A Mercuric compound) internally and Rasakarpuradhi Dhoopanam (Another Mercuric Compound used as Fumigant) externally. 1989, University of Kerala

  • Conducted Ayurvedic Sports Medicine Research at various sports centers of Kerala for performance enhancement 
  • Developed of various ayurvedic sports medicine formulas and treatment modalities for endurance enhancement of various sports events and injury management, prevention of injuries and rehabilitation.
  • Expertise in Implementing traditional methods for sports nutrition, exercises, and psychic conditions.
  • Serving as Specialist Medical officer (marma), the Specialist Senior Medical Officer (marma), Chief Medical Officer and District Medical Officer at Indian Systems of Medicine, Govt. of Kerala from 26 years
  • Member of Council of Indigenous Medicine Travancore-Cochin Council, FRCA ( Fellow of Royal Council Ayurveda)

 

Dr. Arun Rajendran BAMS, BPT, CMP

Specialization: Sports Therapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Marma Chiktsa, Yoga

  • Served Sports Ayurveda Research Cell (SARC), Idukki as Project medical officer.
  • Deputed in medical teams for various, State and National Athletics and sports events.
  • Certified in Dry Needling Therapy and Physio needs.
  • Certified Mulligan Practitioner / CMP, MCTA, 6 DEC 2011
Dr. Mar Abraham Cherukattu BA, MA, BD, M.Th, RMP - Alternative Medicine (Pranic Healing)

Specialization: Pranic Healing, Yoga & Meditation, Mental Health & Alternative Healing, Counselling, Naturopathy, Spiritual Business Management, Reiki Healing

  • Awarded Best Pranic Healer of the Year 2016 and Fr. George Kolath Memorial Award 2006
  • Registered Medical Practitioner of Alternative Medicines Certificate: Indian Board of Alternative Medicines: 18th February 2000
  • Certified in Reiki Healing 1st and 2nd Degree: 10th March 2001
  • Completed course in ‘The System of Indigenous Medicine – Herbal’ - Jan Shikshan Sansthan: 31st August 2012
  • Organises awareness programmes on alternative healing systems

 

Dr. Ajitha Sunil Babu BAMS

Specialization: Panchakarma (Detoxification Programme with combination of specific Ayurveda preparations), Ayurveda Netra Chikitsa (Ayurveda Ophthalmology), Fracture Management, Diabetic Complications, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy

  • Bachelor of Ayurveda medicine and surgery.
  • Belongs to a traditional family of Ayurveda practitioners who have been practicing it for the past four generations.
  • Graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University of Heath sciences and studied in K.V.G. Ayurveda medical college.
  • Member of Council of Indigenous Medicine Travancore-Cochin Council, FRCA ( Fellow of Royal Council Ayurveda)
  • Research and development under AYUSH for the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines related with EYE care in Ayurveda
Dr. Midhu Bhaskar BAMS

Specialization: Therapeutic Marma, Acupuncture, Dorn Therapy, Yoga, Meditation, Panchakarma (Detoxification Programme with Ayurveda Preparations), Knee Injuries, Frozen Shoulder and Injuries, Muscle Pain & Swelling, Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis and Golfers Elbow, Low Backpain and Sciatica, Cervical Spondylitis

  • Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery
  • From a traditional family of Ayurveda practitioners engaged in the science for 7 generations
  • Graduated from Mahatma Gandhi University of Heath sciences; studied in Ayurveda Medical College, Nangelil
  • Member of Council of Indigenous Medicine Travancore-Cochin Council.
  • Certified in the art of Marma from Thirumoolar Varmology Institute, Coimbatore.

Summer rates Valid from 01st April 2018 till 30th September 2018.

Rack Rate 7 Nights 14 Nights
Villa Types Single Double Single Double
Akund Deluxe 198450 242550 357210 436590
Mallika Pool 271950 316050 504210 583590
Zukra Pool 330750 374850 714420 793800
Semantha Pool 382200 426300 724710 804090
Punag Pool 492450 536550 945210 1024590

The given rates are in INR. The above mentioned rates are exclusive of GST taxes.

Winter rates valid from 01st October 2018 till 31st March 2019.

Rack Rate 7 Nights 14 Nights
Villa Types Single Double Single Double
Akund Deluxe 270480 321195 486864 578151
Mallika Pool 323400 367500 599760 679140
Zukra Pool 433650 463050 867300 926100
Semantha Pool 531305 608580 1004157 1095444
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The given rates are in INR. The above mentioned rates are exclusive of GST taxes.

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