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Dr. Pradeep Neupane

Dr. Pradeep Neupane (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery)
The centre is owned by Dr. Pradeep Neupane who is a qualified ayurvedic doctor, trained in India and Nepal, the original lands of Ayurveda. He is a graduate in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS). This 6 year full time university degree includes a one year rotational internship in Ayurvedic Hospitals. Dr. Neupane has also undertaken special additional training in: therapeutic yoga and breathing exercises (Pranayama); Detoxification and Rejuvenation therapy (Panchakarma); as well as ayurvedic medicine from the Patanjali Yoga and Ayurveda Centre, Haridwar, India. This center is India’s most respected and world’s largest Yoga and Ayurveda Centre run by the renowned yoga guru Swami Baba Ramdev and his team. Apart from north India, he has also received extra training on specialised ayurvedic treatments for chronic diseases and Panchakarma(ayurvedic detox) from renowned ayurvedic centres from Kerala, South India.

Dr. Neupane provided successful treatments to thousands of people when he worked in one of the busiest and most renowned ayurvedic hospitals in India & Nepal’s Patanjali Ayurveda Hospital. This experience helped Dr Neupane refine his ability to identify ailments and provide effective and appropriate remedies.  Since moving to Australia and establishing a unique holistic ayurvedic center in Brisbane for many years, he has already helped thousands of people with their various health problems. Due to his treatments, many feel they have gained a new life with a healthier, more vibrant body and clearer mind.

Treatment Approach:
Utilising the traditional and unique principles of Ayurveda, Dr Neupane’s main aim is to root out the cause of an illness and provide holistic, natural, effective and safe treatments based on ancient Indian Vedic Philosophies. His main focus is on prevention as well as providing effective treatments for wide verities of health issues. His consultations are followed by personalised advice on diet, nutrition, life-style, exercise, herbal remedies and different therapies which improve his patients’ health remarkably. His diet and life-style advices are very practical and achievable.

Dr Neupane is a member of the Australian Ayurvedic Association and his patients are eligible for rebates on their consultations from some of the private health funds, depending on their level of cover. Dr. Neupane also conducts regular workshops and seminars on ayurvedic medicine, healthy cooking, nutrition and preventative health. He is a speaker in Mind Body Spirit Festival and is invited as a guest speaker by several well respected organisations and yoga/meditation schools. He makes his talks interesting by providing real examples of his successful treatments stories.

Dr. Neupane's story was published in Brisbane's one of the most popular magazine in April 2015 issue- West End Megazine as below-
I was born in remote village of Nepal, in Gorkha. We lived in the countryside and I studied at a good public school that was very far from our home. I used to walk at least two hours to get there and two hours to get back every day. I studied hard and my parents and teachers were supportive. I was always coming first in my class. In the final exam for my school leaving certificate, I came first in the whole country in the science subject, among at least 200,000 people who took the same exam. This made me very interested in a future in science. I studied my last two years of school in Kathmandu. Here I continued to do well in my studies and decided to study ayurveda after school. Ayurvedic medicine is a six-year full-time university degree, in Kathmandu. Ayurvedic medicine is taught holistically. It is the culmination of modern and traditional medicine.

The purpose of learning one medicine is to understand the diagnostic tools of modern science. After this study, I went to different parts of India for more training of ayurvedic medicine and therapeutic yoga. I began working in ayurvedic hospitals, first in India and then in Nepal. These were very busy and I would sometimes see more than 100 patients in a day. Some of my relatives were here in Brisbane, and they kept telling me that this is a great place to live. I came with my wife in early 2008. When I arrived in Brisbane, I started to look for the possibility of practising ayurvedic medicine. Finally I established my first ayurvedic clinic at Core Yoga Studio in West End. I became very busy and noticed a very strong need for this holistic ayurvedic treatment in Brisbane. This gave me the confidence to start my own practice in 2010. At Vibrant Ayurveda, we mostly see people who come to me for ayurvedic medical & lifestyle consultations. I find out people’s body-mind type and then the root cause of their health problems.

I am enjoying it very much because most of my patients get great benefit from this natural therapy. We treat all health problems with different methods according to a patient’s body type. We use exercise, herbs, yoga and holistic treatments and their health improves dramatically. Many patients are so happy to find their life has changed after completing treatment and programs — they feel like they have new vibrancy and new life. Some people have difficult problems because they find they struggle to make changes to their diet and lifestyle. I make my advice practical and very do-able, so they can start to make changes they haven’t managed before. Some chronic health problems, like issues with digestion or fatigue, are very quickly treated with ayurvedic medicine. Other problems, like hormonal imbalance and anxiety and stress can also be treated very successfully, but may take three to six months to fix entirely. For any health issues, if the treatment is taken in conjunction with our detox programs, patients see results much faster.