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Dr. Krishna Bhat

Dr. Krishna Bhat

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BAMS, MD - Ayurveda Medicine, Fellowship in Sexual Medicine, Fellowship in Rheumatology








9 Years Experience Overall  (4 years as specialist)

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Dr. Krishna Bhat from Antravalli Kumta Taluk, North Kanara District finished BAMS(UG) in Government Ayurveda Medical College Bangalore and MD Ayurveda from the same college. He published the scientific paper on Migraine in AYURPUB International Ayurveda Publication and has attended many national and international workshops and training programs in the field of Ayurveda, Yoga, Reiki, Sujoku etc. He has undergone special training of Keraliya Ayurveda in Vaidyaratnam Ayurveda Hospital And Research Institute Thrissur, Kerala.He has worked on Ardhavabedhaka (Migraine) in postgraduate research studies in Government Ayurvedic Medical College, Bangalore. As he is keen about classical Ayurveda clinical practice, he started Ayurveda practice since 2011 in various Government and nongovernment institutions. He is also well versed in yoga, and Pranic healing techniques. He has completed Reiki all the 3 degrees and Chinese Healing Techniques.

Vijayanagar, Bangalore

Dhatri Ayurvedic Clinic


988, 2nd Main, 3rd Cross, Hosahalli Extension, Landmark: Near Hosahalli Metro Station, Bangalore

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Mon - Sat

06:00 - 09:00


Common questions & answers

Q: What is the meaning of Ayurveda?

A: Ayurveda is an ancient system of healing illness which means "science of life" (Ayur = life and Veda = science). Ayurveda recognises human being as part of nature and is governed by three major energies termed as "Vata" (wind), "Pitta" (fire), and "Kapha" (earth).

Q: What are ayurvedic medicines?

A: Ayurvedic medicines are India's oldest and a traditional medical system for treating illnesses. These medicines are referred to in ancient writings which majorly consist of plant product and may include animal product, metal, and mineral.

Q: Are ayurvedic medicines effective?

A: According to scientific clinical trials on some ayurvedic medicines, it is proved that these medicines are equally effective as that of allopathic medicines.

Q: Are ayurvedic medicines safe?

A: Ayurvedic medicinal preparation may include metal, minerals and gems which may pose a risk of increased metal and mineral levels in body which may be dangerous. Thus, they should be taken only from a reputed, experienced and genuine qualified ayurvedic doctor.

Q: Is it safe to use ayurvedic medicines in pregnancy?

A: No, it is not safe to use ayurvedic medicines without consultation of your doctor or child's doctor during pregnancy or if you are breastfeeding your baby. These medicines may contain some component which may be harmful for development of your baby.

Awards and Recognitions

Ayurvedacharya - 2013
Ayurveda Vachaspati - 2015
Published Scientific Paper On Migraine In Ayurpub International Ayurveda Publication - 2016
Best Clinician" Award From Govt. Ayurveda College Bangalore - 2016


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BAMS - Govt. Ayurvedic Medical College, Bangalore, 2011
MD - Ayurveda Medicine - Govt. Ayurvedic Medical College, Bangalore, 2015
Fellowship in Sexual Medicine - Government Ayurveda Medical College, 2016


Ayurveda Academy
IMCOPS Thiruvanathapura


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2011 - 2012 Junior Doctor at Govt. Ayurvedic Medical college( SJIIM Hospital)
2011 - 2012 Junior Doctor at KC General Hospital
2011 - 2012 Junior Doctor at NIMHANS Hospital and Research Center
2011 - 2012 Junior Doctor at Kidwai Memorial Cancer Hospital
2012 - 2013 Consultant Physician at Basaveshwara Ayurveda Center


30447 Karnataka Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioner's Board, 2011
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