Logic for Ayush surgeries


Everyone this poll is quite interesting and I feel it reflects reality where 15% ppl say they will go to ayush doctors for tooth extraction or rct. However in the other poll 42% say ayush docs must be allowed to do surgeries so whats the logic here.

You dont want to use them yourselves but still let them be allowed for others? more  

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Mittal Sir, what do you think RCT or tooth extraction are the only surgery which a surgeon performs, moreover which allopathy surgeon performs the dentistry. its a separate branch of allopathy. it appears that you are confused more  
Hi, I think giving inputs to the new born's parents is allowed. Govt needs to train them well, go through internship under supervision and when they clear the rigorous test they should be allowed to operate. These skilled people will be valuable to rural areas where the trained allopathic discipline doctors do not venture. The fear of doctors that why they should have competition when they spend a lot of money/years is unfounded. Market forces will determine who wants what. more  
How ayush doctors can do the work of dendists or other allopathy doctors work. Without training how can they do. Where, how, howlong and who will impart training to them. They can't take training free of cost. They have to pay heavily considering the present day fee structure. Moreover the qualified dendists (BDS and MDS) are not having enough patients and are struggling for their regular income. First let the government provides job opportunities to the qualified bacholer and master degree dendists in all the Primary health centres.
Similarly government should appoint an ayurvedic, siddha, unani and naturopathy doctors in each PHC, for the benefits of the poor people living in villages. Every year doctors from all disciplines are passing out after spending many lakhs of rupees. But government is giving minimum jobs. Doing operation is not a child play. Why govt has mooted this idea and what is behind that. It should be made clear to the public by the government. All the government decisions which have public impact
should be made available in the public domain for proper understanding first.
An allopathy doctor can not do the job of ayurvedic, siddha, unani , naturopathy, etc.
So this subject needs a lot of debate and practically it will not be successful and it is not a wise decision by the government. One should not play with the health of the others. Each discipline has its specific aim and as such it should be
achieved without any interference. more  
See, this phenomenon is new to everyone. If the Ayush doctors are well trained in the profession, then where is the hitch.
Allopathic doctors are also new when they come out after training. When a person is well trained and with a degree, be it Ayush or Allopathic, they are the same. Moreover, Ayush, since it is new and has to make a way for itself will try to do better.
There's a first time for every beginning. more  
Isn't it way too early to ask such question on this forum without understanding the entire process? While Government has planned for training AYUSH doctors on specialized skills and at a much later stage the success / visits / consultation will come into play.
It is like asking the question to a new born, how quick & successful will you be in your profession...? more  
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