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Medical doctor utilizing Maharishi Ayur-Veda honoured at 4th World Ayurveda Congress
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4 February 2011
Clinical practitioner of Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care, Wolfgang Schachinger, MD, received an award of recognition after his keynote address at the 4th biennial World Ayurveda Congress held in India in December.
His presentation highlighted his extensive experience utilizing Maharishi Ayur-Veda in a modern clinic in Austria.
Dr Schachinger has run a very successful clinic for more than 20 years, said Robert Schneider, MD, dean of the Maharishi College of Perfect Health. Dr Schneider also gave a keynote address at the World Ayurveda Congress.*
In addition to modern medicine, Dr Schachinger offers his patients knowledge about daily routine and diet, recommends herbal products, and refers patients to learn the Transcendental Meditation Technique. Rejuvenating Maharishi Ayur-Veda spa treatments are also available at the clinic.
By applying the full range of approaches of Maharishi Ayur-Veda for mind, body, and environment, Dr Schachinger is able to address chronic conditions that are not treatable using modern medicine.
Health insurance utilization by his patients is lower than usual, Dr Schneider commented.
His presentation on the practicalities of an integrated approach of modern and ancient holistic health care 'received a very positive response' at the congress, Dr Schneider said.
* Please see Global Good News articles:
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