Healing from the Heart: Dr. Divya Anand’s Journey of Compassionate and Holistic Treatment

“In each patient there resides a doctor, and we as doctors are at our best when we put our patients in touch with the doctor that resides within themselves.” – Albert Schweitzer

A segment dedicated to decorated professionals who were born, bred and educated in India and eventually moved to the foreign land to achieve their professional aspirations. Doing so, they became ‘foreigners’, for namesake to their motherland. In this segment, we wish to explore their journey from Desh to Videsh and try to peek into their hearts as to where it beats.

Dr. Divya Anand encapsulates the quintessence of recuperating, blending the antiquated wisdom of numerology with the advanced science of medication to bring solace to those in need. Driven by her father’s vision and unflinching conviction in her capacities, Divya grasped the way of pharmaceutical with sincere devotion. His support ingraining in her a profound sense of purpose and kindness, lighting an intense want to ease the enduring of ladies and children, and without a doubt, all those in require.

Since when have you been in the present country?

Born and raised in the midst of the dynamic streets of Mumbai, I moved to San Francisco in 2001. 

How long have you been actively engaged in this profession and what has been your experience?

It has been a long journey. Having laid my educational foundation with a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), My way to recuperating took a special turn as I delved into specialised courses in gynaecology and underwent rigorous training. I was also a university topper and gold medalist. Later, I established conviction within the cooperative energy between Ayurveda and allopathy.

Where do you think India stands globally in this particular sector vis-à-vis other leading nations?

India has made significant strides in the healthcare sector, particularly in blending ancient wisdom with modern medicine. However, there is still room for growth to compete with other leading nations.

Given a chance would you like to be part of such initiatives to address the above for the betterment of the Indian diaspora?

Absolutely, I am passionate about contributing to initiatives that enhance healthcare for the Indian diaspora and beyond. Infact, I am actively engaged in contributing to people’s betterment through my services. 

What is the importance of Doshas and chakras? How do you treat them? 

The doshas and chakras are extremely important as they constitute the essence of life. In understanding the effect of imbalanced doshas on physical and mental wellbeing, the significance of Ayurvedic standards in re-establishing balance. By distinguishing and tending to doshic lopsided characteristics through personalised treatment plans, I help patients accomplish concordance and essentialness from inside.

As a professional how do you think you can add value to India in general or in particular?

I believe my expertise in holistic healing and compassionate care can positively impact healthcare practices in India, focusing on women’s health and holistic well-being.

Do you want our readers to connect with you for professional help? If yes, how and where?

Yes, readers can connect with me for professional help through my via email for consultations and guidance.

What would be your advice to the future professionals who are willing to explore USA for your area of profession?

My advice would be to embrace lifelong learning, adapt to new healthcare systems, and prioritize compassionate patient care.


Favourite Indian destination?

The favourite destination in India is Haridwar an embodiment of the divine, tranquillity and Ganga Aarti while offering such charming moments as eating puri bhaji by the river.

Favourite Indian Cuisine?
My favourite Indian cuisine is authentic food at Himsagar Juhu Beach tastes with Indo-Chinese flavours.

Favourite restaurant in the USA?
One of the restaurants that I feel at home in, serving delicious South Indian dishes in America is Tirupathi Bhimas.

The thing you miss the most about India.
I miss the profound connection, family’s warmth, belief in Vasudeva Kutumbakam and relationships filled with love most about India.

One word that comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘India’?
Whenever I imagine India then it keeps ringing to me “Love” encapsulating Mahatma Gandhi’s spirit, Sufi saints’ teachings and equality for all.

Divya’s journey is a testament to the transformative power of kindness, wisdom, and the profound insights offered by numerology and ayurveda. Her journey a confirmation to the persevering bonds of cherish, faith, and the unflinching interest of one’s calling.

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