Dr. Chandran’s Ayurveda Hospital & Research Center

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Dr. Chandran's Ayurveda Hospital & Research Center has been running for almost 50 years and provides extensive Ayurveda treatments. Apart from that, they also offer a range of Ayurveda training courses, such as Panchakarma Therapy Course, Ayurveda Massage Course, Nadi Pariksha (Pulse Diagnosis) Course, Marma Therapy Course, among others.

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India

Places
Kerala, Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram)

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