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Welcome to Department of Ilaj Bil Tadbeer


              DEPARTMENT OF ILAJ BIT TADBEER (IBT) / Unani Regimenal Therapies

This is undergraduate clinical department, actively involved in academic and clinical work in Ilaj bit Tadbeer (Unani Regimenal therapies). The focus area of the department is Ilaj bit Tadbeer which involves modulation of Asbab-e-Sitta Zaruriyah (Six essential lifestyle factors) to prevent diseases, promote health and cure diseases. The department is actively involved in clinical research and focusing on development of SOPs for different regimens performed in the hospital. treatment modalities including Hijama (Cupping), Fasd (Therapeutic Phlebotomy), Irsale Alaq (Leech therapy), Takmeed (Fomentation), Riyazat (Therapeutic Exercise), Hammam (Turkish Bath), Inkebab (Medicated steam Bath), Nutool (Irrigation), Dalk (Therapeutic Massage), Pashoya (Foot bath), Aabzan (Sitz Bath) Wax bath), Shamoom (Aromatherapy), Atoos, Saoot, Qutoor (Nasal/Ear Drops), Zimad (application of paste of drugs), Mazoogh (Drugs for chewing) etc. are being performed. These regimenal therapies have proven to be effective in musculoskeletal diseases like arthritis, cervical and lumbar spondylosis, frozen shoulder, intervertebral disc prolapse, post stroke rehabilitation, etc. skin disorders like acne, eczema, psoriasis, hyper pigmentation, and many other diseases.  


To impart high quality education, learning, and carry out research in the field of Ilaj bit Tadbeer to provide promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services to every section of the community.


  • Develop awareness about Ilaj bit Tadbeer as a healing and curing modality of Unani Medicine.
  • To provide Ilaj bit Tadbeer services in all sections of society.
  • Scientific validation of ancient classical regimens mentioned in Ilaj bit Tadbeer and their application in clinical practices.
  • Developing SOPs for these Unani Regimenal therapies in order to generate structured data needed to validate them scientifically.