A Quantum Leap In Successful Parkinson’s Disorder Treatment In India

Don’t let Parkinson’s Disorder
to control your life

Ancient herbal medicines with diet help to successfully master Parkinson's in a natural way.

Treat Parkinson's with potent herbal medicines of SVHRC before getting crippled/dependent.

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Successful Treatment Stories​

Our Aim Is To Help Parkinson's Patients To Live A Normal Life.

Service Is Our Priority.

Our Support Team Will Call At Least Once In 15 Days To Take The Follow-up.

Free Counselling Is Given If Needed / As And When Required.

After Starting Our Treatment, Anytime If Our Patients Want To Consult Our Doctors, They Can Message, Time Will Be Fixed, Then Free Consultation Will Be Given.

Meet Dr.J. T. Prasad: Our 1st successfully treated relapsing and remitting Multiple Sclerosis patient from Mumbai, India, had the symptoms of MS in 1993,and his multiple sclerosis diagnosis was done in January 1994

Herbal Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

“I’ve never had a single MS attack since year 2001. MRI taken in 2007 showed 95% lesions in the brain have got healed, spinal column lesions totally healed”.

Parkinson's Disorder

Parkinson’s disease (PD), or simply Parkinson’s,  is a chronic degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that mainly affects the motor system. The symptoms usually emerge slowly, and as the disease worsens, non-motor symptoms become more common. Early symptoms are tremor, rigidity, slowness of movement, and difficulty with walking. Problems may also arise with cognition, behaviour, sleep, and sensory systems. Parkinson’s disease dementia becomes common in advanced stages of the disease.

Diagnosis is mainly based on symptoms, with motor symptoms being the most frequently presented.

Tests such as neuroimaging (magnetic resonance imaging or imaging to look at dopamine neuronal dysfunction known as DaT scan) are used to help rule out other diseases.

Signs and symptoms

The most recognizable symptoms are movement (motor) related, and include tremor, bradykinesia, rigidity, and shuffling/stooped gait.

Non-motor symptoms, including autonomic dysfunction
(dysautonomia), neuropsychiatric problems (mood, cognition, behavior or thought alterations), and sensory (especially altered sense of smell) and sleep difficulties may be present as well. Patients may have non-motor symptoms that precede the onset of motor symptoms including constipation, anosmia, and REM Behavior Disorder. Generally, symptoms such as dementia, psychosis, orthostasis, and more severe falls occur later.  Dysphagia can begin at any time during the course of Parkinson's, and affects more than 80% of patients. Gastrointestinal issues in Parkinson’s disease include constipation, impaired stomach
emptying (gastric dysmotility), and excessive production of saliva can be severe enough to cause
discomfort or endanger health. Other upper gastrointestinal symptoms include swallowing impairment (Oropharyngeal dysphagia) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth

Sleep disorders occur with PD and can be worsened by medications.
In allopathic system there is no known cure.

A milestone in the treatment of Parkinson’s disorder by SVHRC
SVHRC has invented the herbal medicines which will halt the further damage to the brain cells and also regenerate the brain cells.
Also the medicines are formulated to improve the quality of life of the patient. Thay do not have any side effects.