Indore-based therapist gives a healing touch
The reason she changed her field was due to her mother's illness who suffered from Sciatica. "To see mother crying in pain was a really heart-rending experience. I, therefore, opted for a diploma in Sujok therapy. I underwent a six-month practical training of auricular puncture in Mumbai," says Thakur. She said the therapy is an ancient Indian art that has created miracles in the life of people.
Thakur's patients include army officials, physiotherapist, medical practitioners, businesspersons, housewives and even children. Dr Arun Verma, an Jaipur-based ophthalmologist who suffered from severe pain, says, "Earlier, there was so much pain that my daily routine was badly affected. The therapy has helped me a lot."
Tina Choudhary, 25, another patient from Bareilly who suffers from a heart problem, says, "I got relief just in two needles. It cured my recurring headaches and weakness."
For physiotherapist Dr Ajay Kumar Shrivas, it was a major relief when he recovered from his tail bone fracture. "I was asked by a doctor to take bed rest. There were least chances of recovering. But the therapy let me get out of pain and negative impact that the accident left on me," says Shrivas.
Dr Ankita Agarwal, 32, comes from Oman for the treatment of her chronic pain in knees. She says, "I believe in Indian therapies and not in allopathic." Vatsala Mirase, 71, a retired English and Sanskrit teacher was Sciatica patient. She says, "It was unbelievable when with a single needle my pain subsided. I am thankful to both Anita and the therapy that changed my life."
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