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July 14, 2016 | History

Mukesh D. Jain

28th March 1953 -

This biography is written by Padmashree Prof. Dr M. P. Pandey,
Former Principal and Dean, Government. College of Ayurveda,
Ravi Shankar University, Raipur CG India Tel. (771) 222 6168

Dr Mukesh Jain is an internationally known practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine specializing in neuro-muscular and neuro-degenerative diseases, using evidence-based, safe and affordable Ayurvedic treatment. He has practised Ayurvedic healing since 1981 and is a well-known physician, researcher, and speaker at international conferences. He has taught Ayurveda at Government Medical College, Raipur and Central Medical Institute, Bhilai. He is a regular contributor to Ayurvedic journals and magazines and has authored four books on Ayurveda and Yoga therapy.

A fully qualified practicing Ayurveda doctor Jain, is currently ayurvedic head of Sanjivani Wellness Center. Lecturing and teaching world wide for more than a quarter of a century, he is regular contributor to Global Ayurveda magazine and author of three scientific books on Ayurveda and Yoga therapy. Dr Jain holds several degrees and fellowships with double graduations: one in Basic Biological Sciences from the Dr Hari Singh Gaur University of Saugar and another from Pandit Ravi Shanker University of Raipur CG India. Family tradition gave Dr Jain access to a vast range of integrative health & Well being wisdom preserved in both the written and oral traditions.

Currently Dr. Mukesh Jain is seriously engaged in the care through ayurvedic research on Neuro-muscular ailments since 1995. Dr Jain’s research was first come to public notion when Mr. Ajit Pramod. Jogi, IAS and then Chief Minister, Government of Chhattisgarh State in India released his video CD on Muscular Dystrophy in 2001. Then his name was often talked in many scientific presentations during several National & International Conferences. He is brilliant product of Saugar & Raipur Universities and sincerely engaged to find out simple, safe and evidence based ayurvedic treatment since 1995. I have personally monitored his work and clinical improvements in dystrophy boys at Central medical Institute Bhilai during 1999-2003.

Dr Jain of Bhilai was awarded Life Time Achievement Award in recognition of his care through Ayurvedic research on Neuromuscular Diseases and for dissemination evidence based ayurvedic wisdom in international scientific communities worldwide. Dr Jain’s recent book: "Fight & Win the ailments of Modern Era with Ayurvedic treatment" was released by Dr. Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh and also an ayurvedic stalwart. Get assess to his latest research update in the links His new title is

According to him the main cause of more than 80% diseases is mental stress which is adaptation of body and mind to change. Human genome is influenced by chemistry, mental activity and consciousness. This lead to physical, physiological, psychological and emotional consequences. This threatens happiness and manifested as different form of stress related VATA ailments and PRANA disorders. The main killers among themselves are blood pressure, coronary heart disease, peptic ulcer, depression, diabetes, Autism, Parkinson's disease and several neuro-muscular, neuro-degenerative and mitochondrial ailments. Dr. Jain considers Ayurvedic Panchakarma procedures , Rasayana treatment & Yogic support as best treatment and also a precautionary measure against all of them.

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