An ancient kind of rehabilitation treatment from India called “Nadi Mardan Kriya” is based on Vedic philosophy and concepts. The nerves, muscles, joints, blood vessels, and lymphatic systems are all addressed by this natural healing technique. According to experts in the subject, Vata (air), Pitta (bile), and Kapha are three separate humours or energy forces that coordinate the body (water). In order to improve the function of the body, mind, and spirit, neurotherapy aids in restoring and balancing the body’s energy forces, which control physiological balance. It is connected to keeping the brain’s metabolism, circulation, metabolism, and oxygen levels in check. Nearly every area of medical research is covered by naturopathy. One of them, “Nadi Vigyan” (knowledge of the neurological system), was responsible for the development of neurotherapy thousands of years ago. As a rehabilitative treatment with many names, neurotherapy has traditionally been employed in ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic neurotherapy is sometimes referred to as “Ladara” in the north and “Kerali Massage” in the south of the country. By Mr. Lajpatrai Mehra in Bombay, India, ayurvedic neurotherapy was re-pioneered. The word “neurotherapy” (neuro refers to the nerves or nadis; “therapy” refers to the application) was first used in the 1950s. The integrity of the body’s mechanism is emphasised as being the most crucial element in “ayurvedic” neurotherapy’s approach to maintaining health. Treatment methods used in neurotherapy are empirically based and comprehensive. It helps the body (mind, body, and spirit) go back into its natural balance, allowing it to heal itself.


Man has been striving to achieve and sustain optimal health since time immemorial. Ayurveda started as a natural treatment method in India around 600 BC. Ayurveda has grown into a scientific method of holistic medicine that has received worldwide acclaim. Ayurveda is the most ancient but most efficient type of medical therapy.

Man has been striving to achieve and sustain optimal health since time immemorial. Ayurveda started as a natural treatment method in India around 600 BC. Ayurveda has grown into a scientific method of holistic medicine that has received worldwide acclaim. Ayurveda is the most ancient but most efficient type of medical therapy.


Neurovedic Holistic Healthcare provides authentic Ayurvedic delivery with individualised therapy for each individual at all touch-points. We are the first organisation in the region to present “FUSION THERAPY,” a novel concept that combines Neurotherapy, Physiotherapy, Ayurveda, and Yoga. Our scientific spirit is based on reasonable principles, assuring individualised therapy for each patient in order to help them restore “Swasthya” through the use of “Chikitsa” and lifestyle adjustments. Our goal is to implement the ayurveda philosophy of “prolonging life and promoting excellent health.”

Neurotherapy, on the other hand, aids in the improvement and balancing of the body’s homeostasis without the need of medications, whilst physiotherapy aids in illness recovery. Ayurveda plays a vital part in correcting the condition, and yoga aids in the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle long after the ailment has been treated.


Our Mission is to assist and treat individuals via exceptional Fusion Therapy for continuous and sustainable healthy living and lifestyle, hence improving quality of life.

Our Team

  • Ram Gopal Parihar (Department of Naturopathy)

Ram Gopal Parihar, Founder & President of the Federation of Neurotherapy, a qualified Neurotherapist, from Jalandhar, India, worked with the Pioneer Dr.Lajpatrai Mehra as a consultant, lecturer and researcher in the field of Neurotherapy. Mr. Parihar is a Renowned Neurotherapist in India. He is a Social Activist who has been offering his service to mankind for over 22 years in the field of health care. He has delivered numerous key note speeches at seminars on Neurotherapy and other Health topics. He has organized countless seminars, workshops & camps on Neurotherapy and other alternative therapies for various clubs, corporates, institutions, schools and colleges and also in rural areas.

  • Dr Geetika Verma Joshi (Department of Ayurveda)

Dr. Geetika Verma Joshi (Ayurvedacharya), is a qualified Ayurvedic physician, consultant, Specialist in Healthcare Operations, Quality and Control with over 10 years of experience. She has successfully treated patients with gynaecological disorders like Irregular periods, Oligomenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea (Painful Periods), Leucorrhoea, Hormonal imbalances and especially Infertility. She is also recognized in training of healthcare professionals and visiting faculty of Healthcare Management. She has organized numerous of CMEs, workshops and awareness campaigns for various corporate organizations. She also holds a Certificate in Malnutrition in Infants from the University of Southampton (UK) and a Certificate in Health and Safety Induction from the International Association for Chemical Safety (UK)

  • Atul Madan (Department of Psychology)

Atul Madan, a research scholar in Psychology has expertise in applied and clinical psychology. He is registered with Rehabilitation Centre of India and New Zealand Psychologists Board. He is affiliate member of American Psychological Association and life member of Zen Tree Educational Society. He is the co-founder of the Zen Tree Educational Society and the chief advisor of the Care of Autism Foundation. He has been awarded with Sri Baljit Shastri award for best in human and traditional value. He has published numerous papers in academic journals and presented them at international conferences devoted to psychology and related fields. He frequently leads interactive sessions, workshops, seminars, and awareness campaigns.

  • Govind Parihar (Department of Neurotherapy)

Govind Parihar, a qualified Neurotherapist, hold a diploma in Speech Therapy, has 10 years of extensive experience and expertise in pain management. He has successfully treated patients with joint pain, arthritis and cervical spondylitis.

  • Dazie Walia (Department of Diet and Nutrition)

Daizee Walia holds a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and post graduated in Dietetics and Food Management Services.  She is also certified in Food and Nutrition. She has a proven track record of helping clients to achieve their health goals and gleam through nutrition. She is adept in assessing the needs of individual clients and developing customised meal plans to best promote health. She has expertise in diet management in various diseases like Diabetes, Thyroid, Infertility, Obesity etc.

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Mr. Ram Gopal Parihar is one of India’s few certified Persons & Neurotherapists. He is equipped with a wide range of Neurotherapy procedures for naturally treating severe sickness, and his work has shown remarkable outcomes on over 20,000 patients.