The following is an announcement by Dr Rizwhan Suleman MChiro of the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy, an organisation providing Hijama Training in UK

The 9th of August 2015 marked a very special occasion for the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy. After over 9 months of planning, working with architects, builders, carpenters, electricians, signage companies, graphic designers and the likes, the institute launched the first Indian ICAHT Center of Integrative Medicine branch in Bangalore, South India

The center, which is located in the heart of the prestigious HSR Layout district of the City will serve to be the headquarters for all operations in India. Lead by U.K management the organization intends to use the new state of the art center to establish a clinical base in which it will teach the local community about the importance of health maintenance, taking proactive approaches to enhancing health and introducing the use of natural treatment modalities based on UK clinical practice guidelines, in order to maintain high standards, minimize risks and optimize benefits.

Treatments offered at the center include Hijama therapy or Cupping, Chiropractic Medicine, Acupuncture, Postural correction techniques, Manual therapy, Turkish hamam, Relaxation and rehabilitative massage, Sports therapy as well as general medical assessments (from MBBS doctors) , diagnostics and laboratory testing.rizwhan

After fully establishing its clinical base the center which has one whole floor dedicated to clinical services and another floor dedicated to teaching, will begin its next phase of action by establishing a center of clinical excellence providing advanced clinical training in the fields of clinically applied hijama therapy, chiropractic & osteopathic techniques, acupuncture and new emerging disciplines in the field of complementary medicine as they appear.

The opening ceremony which hosted a large number of guests including high profile personalities such as top religious leader Moulana Arshad Madani president of Jamiat e Ulema Hind, Beli Mutt Swamiji, Moulana Mufti Masoom Saqib Saab and Moulana Shakir Jameel Saab Director of Ayush India. The proceedings gained a lot of public and media attention and was held outside HSR BDA Complex hosting up to 1000 guests.

Prior to the opening there were also a number of seminars and speeches given including a doctors conference held at the Meccure Hotel Bangalore which saw doctors from across India, including the honorable health minister Mr UT Khader attend to be addressed by ICAHT UK officials.

A total of 12 British personnel visited India for an entire month to provide continuous hands on training and assistance to the new ICAHT India specialist team who underwent vigorous instruction and continuous education in order to adhere to ICAHT UK protocols of practice and standards of procedures. The staff training which has been nurudeenunderway for over 6 months will continue for a full year with frequent visits by UK staff and auditors to ensure the highest possible standards at all times.

The center prides its self on its high quality and unmatched standards but also guarantees to be more cost effective than any other form of medical care while always putting its patients first utilizing a genuinely honest and patient centered approach guaranteeing to always act in the interest of the patient.





No 24, 14th Main Road,
4th sector HSR layout.
Opposite BDA complex
Bangalore, India
Website: www.icaht.in
Training Website: www.icaht.co.uk



Our thanks to Dr Rizwhan Suleman of ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy) for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or want to leave some feedback on their course, then please do so via a comment* below.

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