21st INCOFYRA – Medical Practices should meet East with West

Medical practices are constantly changing and evolving itself. Those that were practiced during the days of yore does not seem to be the solution now. Integration of the east with the west is the norm today. For this to happen practices and innovation in this area needs to be constantly challenged. A lot of these practices are already being experimented and talks and conferences are being held all over the globe for a one stop solution for all medical disorders that will use the best practices of the modern and the different traditional systems. This is done so as to ensure a patient suffers less out of any medical treatment and he/she gets cured with minimum side-effects. Also conferences are also dealing with the current change in scenario of diseases that are afflicted all over. It is notable that modern times are experiencing a shift from communicable diseases to non-communicable diseases. And this shift has to be in a multi-faceted manner with utmost importance given to the care given to patients. Cost-effectiveness should also be ensured while keeping the care of the patients in mind. This helps in medical care reaching out to all sectors of society. And hence to explore how the traditional systems of medicine can complement modern system in order to provide best solution for the management of non-communicable diseases is an area that needs to be approached with both minds.

The 21st INCOFYRA just about aims to do that in an effective manner. Their aim is to integrate Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Yoga, Unani, Sidha, Homeopathy and Mordern Medicine by bringing together experts in all these fields on a common platform to discuss and dissect medical ideas. The main focus of the conference is the integration of medical practices from both the east and west.  The conference will also give special importance to non-communicable diseases like Diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular diseases, Psychiatric diseases and oncological problems.

The conference will start on December 27, 2015 and will go on to January 7, 2016. A unique factor of this conference is that unlike usual conferences this is divided into two. The first half is a pre-conference workshop that starts from December 27, 2015 ad goes on to January 2, 2016. The second half is the main conference from January 2 to January 7, 2016. The conference will take place at Prashanti Kutiram, International Headquarters of VYASA, Bengaluru.

During the course of the conference certificates will also be awarded in different areas like Yoga therapy for common non-communicable diseases (NCDs), Naturopathy for common non-communicable diseases, Ayurveda for common non-communicable diseases, Yoga Instructor Certificate Course for Diabetes Mellitus (YIDM),  Yoga Assistant Certificate Course for Diabetes Mellitus, and Self Management of Excessive Tension Rejuvenation (SMET). These courses and certificates will be taken by expert AYUSH professionals and yoga therapists. The conference will be inaugurated on January 3, 2016 by Honourable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. Others like Shri Siddaramaiah, Shri. J P Nadda, Shri Shripad Yasso Naik and other prominent delegates will grace the occasion with their presence.


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