India has a long history in healthcare. Indian culture is one of those rare cultures that have scientifically approached health and taken care of it creatively.
Sages such as Charaka, Sushruta, Salyan, Patanjali and other sages such as Charaka, Sushruta, and Patanjali, who were scattered in various tribal kingdoms and Himalayan mountains, formed the branch of health science called Ayurveda in ancient India.Centuries before the scientist Hippocrates developed allopathic medicine, that science was developed in India. This Ayurveda itself has developed in Kerala's unique way in the name of traditional medicine.
Through the contributions of people like Maharshi Bhogar, the practice of Siddhavaydyam has also grown in Tamil Nadu. This science is still alive today with such regional variations in many parts of India. At the same time, India has adopted allopathy and homeopathy which came from abroad. As far as Seva Bharati is concerned, the important issue is not which branch of medicine should be chosen, rather the goal should be to protect the health of the people. A healthy nation is its healthy people. Seva Bharati's approach to health care is as much about preventing disease as it is about treating it.
The most important thing in preventive measures is to sensitize the society and train them to prevent disease through scientific ways of life. Seva Bharati's way of service is to make different types of treatment available to society. Apart from this, hospitals are also included in these service plans to avail the modern possibilities of allopathic treatment.
Seva Bharati's activities are expanding through hospitals, yoga centers, Ayurveda centers, homeopathy centers, Arogya Mitra scheme, ambulance service, blood donation, and other help centers for patients and distribution of medicines. In addition, Seva Bharati is active across the country with hundreds of service projects like the distribution of medical equipment and help centers for the disabled.