Dhan Jangid

Dr. Dhan R. Jangid, M.D. is a medical doctor specialising in Cardiovascular Health

Dhan is based in New Delhi, India.
He has the following holistic therapy qualifications:
SNHS Dip. (Acupressure), SNHS Dip. (Aromatherapy), SNHS Dip. (Drug & Alcohol Counselling), SNHS Dip. (Homoeopathy), SNHS Dip. (Hypnotherapy), SNHS Dip. (Advanced Hypnotherapy), SNHS Dip. (Meridian Psychotherapy), SNHS Dip. (Psychotherapy & Counselling), SNHS Dip. (Child-Psychology), SNHS Dip. (Professional Relaxation Therapy), SNHS Dip. (Sports Psychology), SNHS H.I. Dip. (Reflexology), SNHS H.I. Dip. (Hypnotherapy) & SNHS H.I. Dip. (Holistic Health Practices)

In spite of tremendous advancement in the medical technology (diagnostic and therapeutic) the cardiovascular ailments continue to hold a large percentage of morbidity and mortality. A significant proportion of this is because of “Organic/Medical-Model approach” rather than “Mind-Body-Soul approach” for the disease-prevention and therapeutic-paradigms in Clinical Cardiology.

My main interest in the field of Alternative Therapies is the ‘holistic body-mind-soul approach’ for maintenance and restitution (post-episode as well as post-interventional) of Cardiovascular Health.

As a part of Holistic Management of cardiovascular diseases, I use a balanced and coordinated mix of Modern Medicine (high-tech diagnostics and therapeutic-interventions) and Alternative/ Complimentary Therapies (mainly involving Yoga based Mind-Body Integrated (Emotional Kinesthetic) Psychotherapy, Exercise-Therapy, Acupressure/ Acu-Yoga, Hypno-Meditation, Relaxation Therapy, Stress Management, Diet Therapy, Chromo-Helio Therapy, Spiritual and Philosophical Counselling). I do make use of Colour, Aroma, Visualisation, Affirmation, Focusing and Kinestetics for therapeutic modulations of ‘Marma’/ Acupoints, ‘Chakra’, ‘Aura’, ‘Meridians’ and ‘Prana’ systems, which may potentially be deranged in case of cardiovascular ailments.

Presently I’m working as ‘Hon. Physician and Medical Advisor’ to a couple of “Integrative & Natural Medicine Centres”, involved in holding regular Clinics (for Holistic Healthcare of the patients refractory to modern-medical approaches) and Workshops (for Practical Training of the healthcare workers from different streams).

The ‘excellent course material’ from SNHS taught me a lot and made me much more confident of using alternative therapies, rather systematically through an eclectically-integrated approach.

Cheers, 
Dr. Dhan. R. Jangid, M.D.
New Delhi, India