At Ayurcure, You get to interact with Ayurvedic doctors who have a significant experience of serving patients. We provide Ayurvedic treatments that are thoroughly tested and analyzed.
The best part is that the therapies are provided by trained and experienced therapists under the supervision of our expert Ayurvedic consultants.

Dr Seema Kamath, Dubai Health Authority Licensed Ayurveda practitioner, Medical director (MD) Ayurcure Ayurveda Medical center, she had obtained her degree BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda and surgery) From Rajiv University, Karnataka, D Pharma from the Karnataka university board
She is skilled in panchakarma and obtained panchakarma in specialized certificate from KMC Manipal Karnataka. She acquires sharp skills in diagnosing bone and spine care
She has a good experience in India and UAE in area of expertise in lifestyle diseases management and specialized in bone and spine, All panchakarma treatments ,skin disorders, infertility etc.




After the assessment, the practitioner typically creates an individualized treatment plan including diet, exercise, herbs, yoga, meditation, and massage. The treatment plan generally focuses on restoring balance of doshas.

  • Diet: A specialized diet may be recommended to balance a person’s doshas.
  • Cleansing and detoxification: This may be done through fasting, enemas, diets, and body treatments.
  • Herbal medicine: Examples of ayurvedic herbs and spices are turmeric, triphala, ashwaghanda, gotu kola, guggul, and boswellia.
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Exercise
  • Massage and body treatments: Examples include abhyanga, an Ayurvedic-style massage, and shirodhara, a treatment that involves a stream of warm herb-infused oil poured on the forehead. Other Ayurvedic treatments.
  • Herbal tea

Ayurvedic Concepts

Ayurveda is an ancient knowledge cultivated by the sages of India. It has been developed from various treatises and manuscripts and has made its way to becoming one of the ancient most but modern health care techniques. ‘Ayur’ means life and ‘Veda’ means science. Thus, the term ‘Ayurveda’ means ‘science of life’. The theories and notions of Ayurveda have been practiced since the past 5000 years. It recommends methods for appropriate living and longevity. It includes instructions to maintain good health as well as dealing with illness through yoga, treatments, herbal medicines, correct diet and lifestyle changes.

Heal With the Nature

Ayurvedic medicine (“Ayurveda” for short) is one of the world’s oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems.

According to Ayurvedic theory, everyone is made of a combination of five elements: air, water, fire, earth, and space. These elements combine in the body to form three energies or life forces, called doshas: vata, kapha, and pitta. Although there is a unique mix of the three doshas, one dosha is usually the most influential.

In Ayurveda, the balance of a person’s doshas is thought to explain some of his or her individual differences and the likelihood of illness. An imbalanced dosha is believed to interrupt the natural flow of vital energy, or prana. The disrupted energy flow is thought to impair digestion and allow the build-up of body waste, or ama, which further impairs energy and digestion.

The vata dosha is a combination of space and air. It controls movement and is responsible for basic body processes such as breathing, cell division, and circulation. Vata body areas are the large intestine, pelvis, bones, skin, ears, and thighs. People with vata as their main dosha are believed to be quick-thinking, thin, and fast, and be susceptible to anxiety, dry skin, and constipation.

The kapha dosha represents the elements of water and earth. Kapha is believed to be responsible for strength, immunity, and growth. Kapha body areas are the chest, lungs, and spinal fluid. People with kapha as their main dosha are thought to be calm, have a solid body frame, and be susceptible to diabetes, obesity, sinus congestion, and gallbladder problems.

The pitta dosha combines fire and water. It is thought to control hormones and the digestive system. Pitta body areas are the small intestines, stomach, sweat glands, skin, blood, and eyes. People with pitta as their primary dosha are thought to have a fiery personality, oily skin, and be susceptible to heart disease, stomach ulcers, inflammation, heartburn, and arthritis.

According to Ayurveda, absence of disease is not enough to indicate good health. True health refers to wellness of body as well as mind. The Ayurvedic treatments offered at Ayurcure clinic are strictly based on this principle and hence we take into consideration every patient’s mental health while treating physical illness. The Ayurvedic treatments are designed in such a way that one feels tremendous mental satisfaction along with relief of physical ailments. The overall experience is very professional and therapeutic, making Ayurcure one of the best Ayurvedic clinics.

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