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KIMS Ayurveda centre

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Thiruvananthapuram, March 7

The KIMS Ayurveda and Research Centre will soon be launched as an adjunct to the multi-speciality Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences hospital here. KIMS is tying up with the Kochi-based Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital for the purpose, said Dr M.I. Sahadulla, Chairman and Managing Director of KIMS. Modern lifestyle disorders such as stress anxiety, depression, degenerative diseases, and various arthritis complaints will get careful attention at the KIMS centre, said Dr A.M. Anvar, Chairman and Managing Director, Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital. Experts from the Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital will manage the KIMS centre. Osteoporosis, sports injuries, degenerative disorders, and age-related diseases are among major specialisations available at the centre.

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