‘Integrated Medical Model System Sankalpapathy Is The Need of 21st Century’

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Pune 21 December 2020: Considering the special features of each medical system as well as its limitations without opposing any other medical system. The new ideal integrated model of a medical system that is “Sankalpapathy” has been initiated.

“Sankalpapathy” is a way of thinking where patients can certainly benefit from the efficiency of each medical system if they try to use it hand in hand, understanding each other. “Sankalpapathy” is an integrated medical system that seeks to integrate Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Human Psychology. That’s why it is necessary to use the Sankalpapathy as a preferable medical choice, as advised by Former Medical Administrative Officer and Director of Sankalp Human Resource Development, Dr PN Kadam (M.B.B.S., MS (Psy)).

Dr Kadam was speaking at a press conference on the issue of pathology in the medical field. Director of ‘Sankalp’ organization Dr Apoorva Ahirrao, Dr Manisha Kadam, Head of Research and Development Department Sharwari Dombe, Dr Prachiti Punde, former principal Subhash Patke was also present at the press conference. The press conference was moderated, welcomed and thanked by Dr Prachiti Punde.

“Sankalpapathy” is a philosophy of an integrated medical model system, not just one that prescribes a specific method of teaching medicine, such as allopathy or homoeopathy.

Dr Kadam said, “in the 21st century, it is important to consider the physical, mental, emotional and social condition of an individual. Therefore, by adopting the concept of integrated medical model system, the experts in the field should suggest diagnosis and appropriate treatment from his point of view, but while doing so, he should be aware of the limitations and certainty of his disease.”

Dr Kadam further added, “after analyzing the evolving needs of both preventive and therapeutic medicine, I have come to the conclusion that any so-called treatment that is unable to restore the normal physiology of the organ is only temporary. Like every Indian, I believe in our indigenous medicine system, which focuses on the Ayurveda science of life, the mind and body for good health. In addition to that, we have the inner wisdom of homoeopathy and naturopathy, as well as modern-day psychological tools and we have an integrated system that looks at the human body from a different perspective.”

Dr Apoorva Ahirrao said, “How to get to the root of the disease and how to cure the disease from the root are the features of “Sankalpapathy”. It is an innovative experiment in the field of medicine along with the three sutras of diet, lifestyle and thought. From dengue to aplastic anaemia and from the gallbladder to heart, it is time to write a new chapter in the 21st century with Sankalpapathy.”

Sharwari Dombe said, “The medical field is changing very fast with new diagnostic machines and laboratory tests, there seems to be little difference in treatment. 2020 is a turning point in the medical field. While many antibiotics are retiring, many of the most commonly used drugs will become banned medicine. Statins, nimesulide, and the recently released anticide Ranitidine, Rabiprazole, and Pantoprazole are just the beginning.”

‘SankalpapatRabeprazolexperiment that gives a new direction to the medical field which is confused as to which doctor to trust and by the referrals of specialists and super-specialists.

Former Principal Subhash Patke said, “In the context of Corona, disputes in the medical field are under serious discussion today. Many medical systems are proving how superior we are, how important our dominance is by which disputes are arising. Homoeopathy and Ayurveda doctors are practising allopathy and other such things are under constant discussion. At the same time, there is a demand to combine all the medical system and create mixopathy. But the demand for ‘mixopathy’ is wrong.”