Ayurvedic Doctors in Rajkot

Ayurvedic doctors in Rajkot also forms an important part of the health sector of Rajkot. Ayurveda is said to be the oldest system of medicine that deals with the methods of prevention, healing and longevity. The ayurvedic doctors of Rajkot uses the methods and heal the patients through natural therapy.

Some of the famous Ayurvedic doctors in Rajkot are:
  • Bhushan Aushdhalay
        Address - 113 1st Floor Panchnath Commercial Center, Harihar Chowk, Opposite Star Chambers, Rajkot - 360001.

  • Aditya Hospital
        Address - Vidyanagar Main Road, Rajkot - 360002.

  • Devmurari Bharat N
        Address - Pardi Shapar - 360004.
  • Desai Clinic
    Address - Bhagvati Para, Rajkot - 360001.

  • Devine Dental Health Centre
    Address - 7 B K House Rajya Road, Rajkot - 360001.

  • Dr Agarwal Dashrath J
    Address - Rameshwar Chowk Main Road Subhash Nagar, Rajkot - 360001.

  • Dr Doshi Rohitkumar K
    Address - 'Shiv Krupa' Behind Refugee Colony Hansraj Nagar, Rajkot - 360002.

  • Dr Fichadia Natwarlal H
    Address - 15 'Viram' Govind Building Brahmani Para, Rajkot - 360002.

  • Dr Bhatti Durlabhjibhai G
    Address - 264 Gokuldham Society Main Road Krishna Nagar, Rajkot - 360002.

  • Dr Joshi Ajaykumar D
    Address - Giriraj Cott 23 Vijay Plot, Rajkot - 360002.
These are some of the important ayurvedic doctors in Rajkot who help the people of Rajkot lead a healthy life. These ayurvedic doctors at Rajkot provide an alternative for medication in the territory of Rajkot.

Last Updated on 07/06/2013



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