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GUWAHATI, Dec 2 - Well-known neurotherapy institute Arogya Peeth from Delhi would be holding a free neuropathy camp on December 3 at Beltola Tiniali, Bishnu Rava Path to promote advanced yoga and neurotherapy treatment, research and training in this part of the country.

A neurotherapy health consultant institute for the Rashtrapati Bhawan for the past three years, Arogya Peeth has long-term plans to promote the natural healing process in Assam and the North East and also to research and promote the healing processes practised in the region.

�The camp on December 3 can be attended by anybody having any disease, or any form of issues with physical or overall wellbeing. But, particularly, it will more beneficial for those having back pain, nagging headaches, migraine, knee and other joint pains, tennis elbow, paralysis etc., as they can get instant results. Long-term programmes for children having cerebral palsy, autism and other mental issues have also proven to be beneficial,� said Acharya Ram Gopal Dixit, president of Arogya Peeth and joint secretary of the All India Neurotherapy (LMNT).

The camp will be open from 9 am to 2 pm free of cost. It will also be attended by renowned nadi vaidya (an ayurvedic doctor who specialises in reading the pulse) Dr Ram Prakash. A similar camp was also held here on November 29.

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Free neuropathy camp today

GUWAHATI, Dec 2 - Well-known neurotherapy institute Arogya Peeth from Delhi would be holding a free neuropathy camp on December 3 at Beltola Tiniali, Bishnu Rava Path to promote advanced yoga and neurotherapy treatment, research and training in this part of the country.

A neurotherapy health consultant institute for the Rashtrapati Bhawan for the past three years, Arogya Peeth has long-term plans to promote the natural healing process in Assam and the North East and also to research and promote the healing processes practised in the region.

�The camp on December 3 can be attended by anybody having any disease, or any form of issues with physical or overall wellbeing. But, particularly, it will more beneficial for those having back pain, nagging headaches, migraine, knee and other joint pains, tennis elbow, paralysis etc., as they can get instant results. Long-term programmes for children having cerebral palsy, autism and other mental issues have also proven to be beneficial,� said Acharya Ram Gopal Dixit, president of Arogya Peeth and joint secretary of the All India Neurotherapy (LMNT).

The camp will be open from 9 am to 2 pm free of cost. It will also be attended by renowned nadi vaidya (an ayurvedic doctor who specialises in reading the pulse) Dr Ram Prakash. A similar camp was also held here on November 29.

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