A doctor at a hospital in Mumbai said he has treated thousands of people with medical heat treatments.
The doctor, who spoke to The Lad on condition of anonymity, said he had been treating patients at the Sion Medical Center since August.
He said he is currently receiving more than 400 patients with the treatment, which involves heating the patient’s body and surrounding the wound with hot water.
The medical infusion therapy is being used in more than 200 Indian states, including Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
“Most of them are not patients with chronic or severe diseases.
Most of them have been patients with non-life threatening illnesses,” said Dr. Anupam Bajaj, who runs the hospital.
He added that most of the patients are from poor households, so there is no need to worry about them getting the treatment.
“There is nothing wrong with it.
It is just a way to save them from getting pain,” he said.
He added that the treatment is only administered once a day, at night, and has a duration of at least one month.
The treatment was started in India in 2002, and it was used as an emergency treatment during the devastating floods that devastated many areas of the country.