Quest for New Treatments
Drives German Doctor
By 'Deccan Herald' News
Regina Fischer, a physician in a small town in Germany, never imagined in her wildest dreams that she would become so steeped in ayurveda so as to use it as a regular part of her medical practice.
A graduate of the Waldenburg Medical Institute where she specialised in orthopaedics and neurology, Fischer initially offered established patterns of treatment at her hometown of Wangen. Eventually convinced that regular methods of treatment could only serve as a guideline for treatment of ailments, and could not be actually used for core treatments, Fischer sought alternative medical practices to help develop a new set of treatments. Driven by curiosity, Dr Fischer is now in India …
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