Dr Harshada Rajadhyaksha
In Sanskrit, the word “Prakruti” means “Nature”: the primal motive force of the Universe; Ayurveda recognized that no two humans are alike, and called this basic, very unique, individual constitution, “Prakruti”.
At Prakruti Sports Science and Physiotherapy Clinic, we provide the environment, expertise, and support required to assist natural healing.
True healing begins from within the self: Doctors and Healers can only assist along the process. After 22 years, we continue to remain humble in our approach to diagnosis and treatment, our focus remains on the complete wellbeing of our patients, and we continue to promote the prevention of lifestyle-related diseases in the community.
Our patients’ trust and faith in us, and our honest concern for their wellbeing has been the foundation of our success.
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Everyone knows that if you work at the desk whole day, you are likely to suffer from neck pain.In the last 7 months when we have been in lockdown mode, with the “work-from-home” orders, most of the calls I got … Continue reading
“We are all free to disagree, just do it respectfully”:How I learnt best when I was allowed to have an opinion
In 1985, I did a one year Yoga Teachers Training Course with Yoga Vidya Niketan in Dadar. I learnt Yoga directly, from the founder, Padmashri Yogacharya Shri Sadashiv Nimbalkar. An amazing teacher, and a true seeker, he encouraged us to … Continue reading
One of these small things is valuing the time that others give you. I have been treating and training Sachin Tendulkar since 2002, and over all these years, I can count just 2-3 times that he has cancelled a session … Continue reading
Osteoarthritis, though usually diagnosed in the later ages, actually starts much earlier. Just like car tyres get worn out over time and with use, our joints too undergo wear and tear throughout life. Food, environment, lifestyle, weight, physical activity, genes, … Continue reading
Warm up in a warm city?? Is it really necessary? What does that really mean? 1. If you are exercising first thing in the morning, you probably need a “proper” warm up. Sleeping makes the body stiff, especially so if … Continue reading
As I sat down to write a blog for World Cancer Day, I found this great article from 2017 that validated everything that we believe in and apply when we design programs for cancer survivors at Prakruti. So instead of … Continue reading
I often see older patients (and sometimes even younger ones) with lower limb dysfunctions, who resist using a walking stick for support — choosing reduced mobility and pain instead — with the misplaced belief that avoiding using one makes them … Continue reading
The human body is made up of large quantities of gaseous elements like Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen; smaller quantities of minerals like Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulphur, Sodium, Chlorine, Magnesium; and then some other trace elements. Calcium is the most abundant … Continue reading
World Obesity Day is observed globally on 11 October with the view of promoting practical solutions to end the global obesity crisis. Dr. Harshada Rajadhyaksha shares her view on this occasion. End Weight Stigma Just think, When you meet a … Continue reading