Bhopal:Thursday, February 12 : The neurotherapists in nine tribal districts would be attending dispensary level health check-up and treatment camps organized by the Directorate of Indian System of Medicines and Homoeopathy.The commissioner Indian system of medicine has instructed District Ayurveda Officers of Jhabua, Dhar, Badwani, Aalirajpur, Sheopur, Mandla, Dindori, Shahdol and Anuppur to give permission to the trained neurotherapists available in these districts to participate in these camps for the larger benefit poor people visiting these camps.
It may be noted here that Madhya Pradesh Rural Livelihoods Project (MPRLP) is working in about 3000 villages of these districts. According to orders, schedule of dispensary level camps will be informed to District Project Officers of MPRLP districts.
The MPRLP has taken a novel initiative under the state government’s employment oriented training policy to impart training to the rural youths from remote villages in neurotherapy. Presently, about 69 neurotherapists are giving their services to the poor families. The neurotherapists treat the poorest families free of cost. Their fee is paid from the Gram Kosh and the fee amount is decided by the Gram Sabha. It is worth recalling here that the money is transferred to Gram Kosh and the Gram Sabha uses the money on diverse individual and community-centric livelihoods activities at its discretion.
What is neurotherapy?
The Neurotherapy is a drugless therapy in which parts of the body are pressurized to stimulate them and cure the disease. Persistence of chemical imbalances causes diseases. The neurotherapy believes that the body is able to remove chemical balances and cure diseases. The Neurotherapy is effective in joint pains, migraine, spondilitis, musculardistrophy, slip disc, hyper acidity, blood pressure diabetes and many other complex diseases.
The MPRLP is encouraging interested rural youths from remote villages to receive training in neurotherapy. Selected youths are sent to Neurotherapy Research and Training Institute, Suryamal and Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra Neurotherapy Ashram in Thane district of Maharashtra for training. These neurotherapists have to do practical training at Neurotherapy Centre, Rajgarh. The neurotherapy can being relief to the poorest families whose members are suffering from serious illness and cannot afford expensive treatment.
Mukesh Banjara from Kusmi Bhanpur village of Ghughri block of Mandla district is among the enthusiastic rural youths trained in neurotherapy. He was awarded gold medal in neurotherapy training and study. He has been offered the post of instructor at the Neurotherapy Training Institute. He was encouraged to receive training. His father Dayal Singh Banjara owns a little land and struggles hard to run his family. Despite all odds, Mukesh Banjara somehow did his graduation in biology and was jobless. The motivation from the Project staff helped him find out a good alternative. He brings laurels to his small village and his family. When asked about his achievement, Mukesh informed that his one month of neurotherapy treatment gave greater relief to one Tikaram who suffering from Parkinson’s disease.