Ophthalmology and Ayurveda

In an article on Sushruta, father of Ayurvedic surgery, Thomas Harbin MD (writing for the American Academy of Ophthalmology) rightly acknowledges, “A conscientious surgeon considers the patient as a whole” while acknowledging the pioneering techniques by Ayurveda thousands of years…

Fail better

Fail better. We received this outstanding feedback from a client about associate practitioner David McConaghay: “Meeting with David has helped me in so many ways. With the goal to “fail better” I don’t feel like I have to be perfect.…

ever grateful for our teachers

On this path as healers, Ayurvedic physicians, as Ayurvedic practioners, we remember and express our deepest gratitude to our teachers (an aspect of the guru), who continue to instruct us in the ways of both classical Ayurveda and its value…

Ayurvedic view of salt

Pink Himalayan and Sel Gris (Celtic grey sea salt) are our favorites.  True Sel Gris is harvested exclusively with wooden instruments preventing contaminants such as aluminum that may be present in refined salts. It contains an abundance of trace sea…

Got back pain?

Clients of Roots of Wellness Ayurveda seek Ayurvedic care for their aches and pains – often seeking help for acute back pain. Along with our recommendations for managing vata dosha, the dosha responsible for nerve signaling and pain response, with…

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