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9Ts Approach

‘T’ is a fantastic sound to us. We use the tea made from the bark, dried leaves, flower petals, roots, powdered trunk or the whole plant as an effective medication. The Tea is a fantastic one; the sound ‘T’ too.

The treatment starts with the letter ‘T’. The word treatment has 3 sets of 3 letters- tre, atm and ent. The letter ‘T’ is repeated three times, beginning, middle and at the end. There are three more consonants in the word. There are three vowels too. There are nine letters in treatment and 9 is a number of good omen. Thus the principle of treatment at Aryadatham also is based on 9 Ts.

A close observation is what a doctor can do first in understanding a patient and his disease. The doctor has to deeply observe the traits. The style of walking of the patient, the dress normally likes to wear, the predominant style of doing the everyday chores, eating, reading, hobbies, habits etc. are closely observed. We form a deep understanding about the trait of each patient. Painstakingly we follow the first step at ‘Aryadatham’ and it has its benefits too.

The way a patient talks to you is important. The words he uses to narrate his condition is important. His accent, style of talk, intonation, narrative peculiarities and such other details concerning the patient is relevant for a proper diagnosis. So we observe the way a patient talks and weigh the content of his speech deeply.

Once we have heard everything and observed the important aspects we will go for a physical examination. The corporal examination is important and that’s referred to as ‘touch’ in our parlance. Touch and feel the patient; come to a conclusion of the health of the visceral and other internal organs of the patient. Above that please keep a close watch on the pattern of the patient when, where and how he touches you. A close observation will give you a deep insight into the condition of the patient.

The doctor has to observe the basic temperament of his patient. This is not only helpful in modifying the approach of the doctor to the patient but also it contains clues which will lead to a proper diagnosis. It will help you in individualising the modalities of drug administration and methods of treatment procedures too.

In this phase of treatment ‘take’ has many meanings. Take your patient into confidence. Take all points he mentions into your consideration. Be considerate and compassionate. Take into account how he takes your words into his mind. Observe deeply what the patient takes in, as his food for physique and psyche, food for body and food for mind. Simply means observe his food habits and thinking pattern. This will help in a sharper diagnosis.

The ‘transfer’ phase also is really multifaceted. While you are keen on observing what are the things as information on his ill health, responsibilities as a doctor or therapist he transfers to you is important. The patient has his own concepts about himself, as a member of his family, as a member of the society to which he belongs, his concepts about the various medical procedures he had undergone, his opinions about the previous doctors he approached, about its outcomes etc. These are the things he transfers to you.
Now you also transfer to him many things, your social value, how he has to take you in, the way he has to behave, the way he has to undergo the treatment here and many other relevant information. There transference must be honest. A patient must be promoted for an honest transference and you must do an honest transference back to the patient. A rapport must be established and kept throughout. Simply at Aryadatham we try to be as clear as possible what to transfer to the patient and what they transfer to us.

At this stage tell the patient what is your decision, disease, drugs and procedures involved, time it will take, preparations to be made, costs involved and results expected. Conditioning the patient is done in the ‘tell’ phase here. At ‘Aryadatham’ everything is really transparent.

Test means, make sure everything is on the right path, every material required is ready and the conditions prevailing are auspicious for the treatment. The second meaning is that in case a laboratory test is required or a test to confirm the diagnosis is required it’s done properly. This makes everything clear to the doctor and to the patient. Prognosis is always better. The patient gets the message that they are going to be alright.

9. TRY
By the 8th ‘T’ of treatment itself we are sure about the patient, disease he is afflicted with, its cause, implications and complications and the sure shot remedies for a proper relief. Even then there is room for a trial. It’s to finally confirm everything before the full- fledged treatment is begun. A cure is sure.
It’s then the treatment is done at ‘Aryadatham’. This is the method followed by noble physicians of our nation in the ancient times. It holds good even now.
There are many other peculiarities in the Aryadatham style of treatment. Each patient is dealt with uniquely. Each time we follow all the steps of the 9T approach. A unique treatment method is then finalised for each patient. The various stages, ingredients and modalities are so fine-tuned because we are not treating the diseases here we are dealing with the person as a whole.