About Neurotherapy

Who We Are

Neurotherapy is also known as “Nadi Mardan Kriya” which is an ancient Indian rehabilitative therapy based on the Vedic principles & philosophy. The best thing about neurotherapy is that it is medicine less and non-invasive.
This natural healing therapy deals with nerves, muscles, joints and blood & lymphatic channels.

Sewa Foundation

Sewa Foundation is a non–profit charitable trust established in 2015  for the growth and development of health education through its Sewa kendras in Delhi and focuses about neurotherapy. We provide free neurotherapy  treatment to people situated in the urban, rural and remote areas.
Sewa Foundation conducts workshops and seminars to promote and spread this unique Indian Science all over the World. We also arrange cultural exchange programs, health awareness programs, etc.

Sewa Foundation welcomes and encourages people desirous of promoting Neurotherapy–Yoga–Naturopathy.

Registered as a Charitable Trust with the Sub Registrar SRIVb,Vivek Vihar New Delhi/Delhi Registeration No 349

Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra

Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra,was the 7th offspring of Shri Ramgopal Mehra and Smt Kesara Devi, who belonged to a highly respected family of Amritsar. He was a living legend of his times and is fondly remembered as Guruji.

He is the pioneer for developing a specialized technique (LMNT) of curing people without medicines. At the tender age of 11, he suffered from severe stomach ache, which had lasted for several months, inspite of all the medical help available those days his pain could not be treated.

He happened to meet an old woman who asked him to lie his face down and cured him almost instantly, by a simple traditional technique of ‘setting the navel’ by moving his hands and legs in a special way.

Unlike other children of his age, he was very kind and a helpful child.

He did not forget the incident. Instead, he constantly experimented upon the technique through his body longed to relieve others of similar pains.

The navel is the epicenter of the body as referred in the Ancient Indian texts. The main cause for digestive disorders is the disturbances in the position of the navel in relation to other parts of the abdomen.

His mother often used to suffer from stomach aches. With her as a willing subject, he devised a the method of using his feet to produce a similar effect, to relieve her of her pains. When he had perfected the technique, he started treating others in his neighborhood.

Soon lots of people, suffering from stomach ailments like constipation, dysentery and other abdominal disorders, from nearby and distant areas, would line up in front of his father’s home, whom he treated with his newly-founded technique, with great success.

From the tender age of 11 he spent a major part of his time giving free treatment. In the process, he invented several newer techniques, and developed a distinctively original method of curing people from several types of ailments, without medicines.

Family circumstances did not permit him to study further. But nothing could dampen his obsession of upgrading his knowledge by reading books on nature cure, human anatomy & physiology.Due to intensive study he managed to get a degree in Naturopathy on his own.

Based on practical experience gained while treating hundreds of patients, he integrated methods from ancient Indian scriptures and applied the principles of physiology to his approach to cure ailments in a manner which has no parallel in modern times.

His technique has since been christened by students and well-wishers as Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra’s Neurotherapy (LMNT).

His compassionate and passionate dedication to give relief to the maximum number of patients, made him to train more than thousands students; and also conduct more than a hundreds of free Neurotherapy camps all over India

There are presently, more than 650 LMNT centers all over India, plus one each in Canada, U.K., Italy and Australia.



D- 294 Basement, Near
Balaji Mandir, Vivek Vihar


Om Bhikshu Medical Center, A-1, Acharya Nagraj Road, Nirman Vihar, Delhi


Om Bhikshu Medical Center, A-1, Acharya Nagraj Road, Nirman Vihar, Delhi