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Dr Molk describes treatment sequence in Maharishi Vedic Hospitals
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8 September 2007
During the recent inauguration of Maharishi Hospitals and Colleges of Vedic Medicine throughout the world, Dr Walter Molk, Deputy Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace, explained how each hospital will provide the different kinds of therapy available.
If the Hospital is established in several smaller buildings, one will be the Maharishi Diagnostic Centre, where patients will go for initial basic diagnosis and screening. There they will be examined through a comprehensive programme of modern diagnostic procedures, such as ultrasound, ECG, blood analysis and so on, as well as through ancient Vedic Pulse Diagnosis.
'And if the patient needs advanced diagnostic tests...,' Dr Molk continued, 'then he will go to the second building, the Maharishi Integrated Health Clinic; where he can receive an immediate treatment from experts trained in a wide range of therapeutic programmes in the areas of modern medicine, Maharishi Ayur-Veda, and proven complementary health systems.'
Patients in need of more prolonged treatment programmes for more serious illnesses and chronic disorders will be referred to the men's or ladies' Maharishi In-Residence Treatment Centre, where they will receive additional treatment programmes including purification procedures such as Panchakarma.
There will be something for everyone—even those with perfect health. Dr Molk explains that these patients can still further improve their health by going to the Maharishi Prevention Centre and Spa, which will be especially for families, with separate areas for men and for ladies, where they 'will take a complete programme of preventive medicine, to become master of their own physiology'. They will also utilize seasonal programmes to eliminate deep-seated impurities and toxins and to preserve a youthful physiology during the ageing process, to 'ensure perfect health, along with maximum creativity and energy for the coming year'.
The complete campuses will also include a Maharishi College of Vedic Medicine. A unique building, the Maharishi Exhibition Centre for Total Knowledge of Health, is also planned, with 50 rooms for different exhibition halls. Dr Molk explained, 'These displays of the inner intelligence of the body are a very important aspect in the healing process and a way to achieve enlightenment, because it's a visual display of the total knowledge of health.'
He concluded, 'And all these different areas have their basis in Maharishi's Vedic Science and Technology, all the different areas of Veda and the Vedic Literature, which lead to complete enlightenment, because there is an ancient Vedic saying: Rite gyananna mukti—''There is no freedom from diseases or suffering of any kind, without enlightenment, without Total Knowledge.'' '
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