Anjy Chahal – Osteopath, Joins Omnia Lifestyle

Anjy graduated from the London School of Osteopathy (LSO) in 2016. During her 5 years of training there, Anjy worked in the LSO Clinic for the entire duration which provided her with a great deal of practical experience and enabled her to become a confident and enthusiastic practitioner. She worked with a varied client base including expectant mothers, children and elderly patients.

Her areas of expertise are in cranial osteopathy for which she has received positive reviews from her clients for her therapeutic knowledge and abilities. Anjy is also an ardent believer of a holistic approach to pain management involving exercise and lifestyle. Her special areas of interest are in the elderly and headaches which were also the subject of her dissertation.

Anjy is fully trained in both compression therapy and photobiomodulation treatments offered by Omnia Lifestyle Limited and has been instrumental in developing the treatment protocols to administer these innovative therapies both in the centre as well as in the community.

She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a professional member of the Institute of Osteopathy.

How an Ayurvedic Diet Can Change Your Life

If you’re looking to start focusing on your well-being by boosting your health and managing (or preventing) illness, then an Ayurvedic doctor in Surrey may be just what you’re searching for, and can be easily found here at Omnia Lifestyle.

Originating in India, Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health and wellness that has been practiced for over 5,000 years. Ayurveda states that the world is made up of five different elements (space, air, earth, water, fire) and that each person is made up of three: vata, pitta, and kapha (air, fire, and earth respectively). What proportion we are of each of these elements (or doshas) determines our unique constitution, which in turns dictates our individual needs. Ignoring these needs causes us imbalance and can negatively affect us in a number of ways, including illness.

An Ayurvedic diet seeks to combat the above imbalance and restore harmony to the body and mind though a range of activities including managing nutrition, taking herbal supplements, exercising, and receiving massage therapy. Ayurvedic massage therapy that is suitable is decided upon a consultation to assess the body constitution and health condition of the individual. It works not only on the nervous and muscular system but also on the subtle energy levels (Prana). As a result, helps in a holistic healing of pain, fatigue and the inflammation of the tissues. Ayurvedic herbal oils rejuvenate the body and the mind also.

Overall, Ayurveda seeks to find the root cause of any negative symptoms you are experiencing and treat it directly, rather than simply masking symptoms in a dissatisfying and superficial way. Those following Ayurveda over the years have found life-changing results in areas from sleep problems to chronic pain. Ayurveda has also be proven to help mental health, with patients who experience an Ayurvedic treatment showing a reduction in anxiety levels.

Of course, following an Ayurvedic diet can be both daunting and challenging to start unsupported – it can be difficult to determine your own doshas and constitution, and harder still to create exercise and nutrition plans that will properly re-balance you, which is why those who follow an Ayurvedic diet usually consult experts before they begin.

Want to find an Ayurvedic doctor in Surrey? Contact Omnia Lifestyle today to find out more about how we can help you adopt an Ayurvedic lifestyle and embrace wellness – our number is 01483 616 390 and we can also be contacted via email at info@omnialifestyle.co.uk.

Photobiomodulation (PBM)

Photobiomodulation (PBM) is a form of cutting-edge light therapy that helps to reduce pain, treat injuries, relax muscles/joints and increase blood circulation.

Studied in over 500 human trials and 4000 lab studies, PBM has been proven to help
provide pain relief and recovery in a wide range of cases. This treatment can help to address both acute and chronic pain, including neuropathic pain, post-surgical pain, post-exercise recovery, autoimmune diseases and degenerative diseases.
This treatment can be administered either using our state-of-the-art whole-body light pods or using specific treatment probes, depending on the source of your pain.