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Here's a list of Ayurvedic doctors available for teleconsultation services in Lucknow!

With these facilities, you can avail the required treatment right at the comfort of your home.

Amidst the crunch of medical staff caused by the pandemic, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh had asked all Ayush practitioners to aid the state's healthcare infrastructure. Through teleconsultation facilities and proper guidance of patients, these doctors are helping in reducing the burden on the medical establishments in the state. Subsequently, a number of trained professionals have come together to provide their services for telephonic advice, so that you can avail the right treatment right at your home.

United efforts by different wings of the state's medical ecosystem

As per our ancients texts and medical literature, Ayurveda is believed to carry upmteen benefits for a variety of ill parients. While kadha has become an inseparable part of our staple diet, there are a lot of other medicines too, that help in precaution and prevention, besides being conducive to cure and recovery. If you are somebody seeking medical advice from Ayurvedic doctors in Lucknow, here's the directory of contact details that can help you-

Dr. Mithilesh Verma - 8840407658
Dr. Makhanlal - 9454363904
Dr. Sanjeev Rastogi - 9415022955
Dr. Sudha Singh - 8052649555
Dr. Sharad Johri - 9454032188
Dr. Shashi Sharma - 8465160620
Dr. Rekha Bajpayi - 8004325133
Dr.Anant Krishna - 9452274856
Dr. Shikha Sharma - 8743976379
Dr. Arvind Verma - 7007181198
Dr. Rajesh Yadav - 9473561531

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