Yaqub Chaudhry: A Doctor of Many Discipline Focuses on Prophetic Medicine

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“Only those people can live healthy who can allot at least one hour in a day to improve one’s health.”- Mr. Chaudhry

dr.chaudhry1Yaqub Chaudhry, native of Jhelum, Pakistan has a unique combination of alternative medicine; homeopathy, herbal medicine, Chinese medicine, Acupuncture (R. Ac.), Hijama (wet cupping) and Tibbe Nabvi (treatment suggested by Prophet Muhammad, (s.a.w.).  The blend of different type of alternate medicines gives him the wisdom to rightly diagnose the patients and treat them.

In his clinic (Chaudhry Clinic) located at Jerrard and Greenwood, Toronto, patients visit with the hope to treat their typical diseases that were not cured by allopathic medicines. “The allopathic medicine is not to cure any disease but to control and manage the disease and make you a life-long user. Furthermore these medicines have several side effects.” This is the consensus of doctor and patients.

Dr. Yaqub Chaudhry in his lab of medicine

Dr. Yaqub Chaudhry in his lab of medicine

Mr. Chaudhry 58, father of four grown children, has completed four years degree program from Institute of Traditional Medicine, Toronto, and graduated in Chinese medicine and acupuncture few years ago. Before education in Canada, Mr. Chaudhry completed the diploma in homeopathy from National Homeopathic medical college, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in 1974, and a graduate degree in Tibb (herbal medicine) from Ajmal Tibbiya College, Rawalpindi, in 1976. He practiced homeopathy and Tibb for 8 years in Jhelum before he migrated to Canada in 2006.

It shows high commitment and devotion to his profession that after a complete education and several years of experience, he was ready to go to four-year further education and spent $30,000 to fulfill the Canadian requirements to practice alternate medicine.

Hijama, cupping or blood letting, is one of his specializations. Narrated Ibn ‘Abbas, (the Prophet said), “Healing is in three things: a gulp of honey, cupping, and branding with fire (cauterizing).” But I forbid my followers to use (cauterization) branding with fire” (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 7, Book 71, Number 584).

Now a days, Cupping is popular in Korea and Japan where they did a lot of research. Cupping, the blood letting from skin, fixes the dead cells of the blood.

Mr. Chaudhry practice hijama (cupping) with modern tools, specialized blades, and disposable cups and hygienic. “I am the first Pakistani practicing cupping in Canada,” said Mr. Chaudhry. “Hijama can protect you from heart attack. If your arteries are blocked, first try hijama; you might not need surgery,” said Mr. Chaudhry.

Dr. Chaudhry uses herbs suggested by Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.)

Dr. Chaudhry uses herbs suggested by Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.)

There are about 30 to 40 herbs that have been used or suggested by Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) in different diseases and for better health. Mr. Yaqub Chaudhry uses those herbs in medicine.

Mr. Chaudhry said that our community doesn’t give any attention to their health. The earning person works hard to sustain and maintain the family, but he or she hardly pays attention to him- or herself. He said that diabetes is increasing mostly in Asian communities. He referred a conference on diabetes recently held in Toronto in which he attended and presented his research. The issues of the conference were the reason of diabetes and why it is increasing in Asian communities, and the treatment methods and suggestions. He said that it was established fact that stress and depression is the prime cause of diabetes. Sorrows of life and thinking of problematic issues affect heart, liver, spleen, and stomach. It affects all the major organs, and our treatment is to fix the functioning of major organs.

“Our treatment varies with individual to individual,” he said. “Other major causes are no physical exercise and excessive use of junk and pre-packed or canned foods.”

“Take care of your health. Assign at least one hour exclusively for your health. Wudu (Ablution) decreases the stress level. Offering Salat (prayer), recitation of Quran and remembering Allah is most effective way to decrease distress. Use vegetables and fruits in your meals. Never eat pure meat. Prepare meat with vegetables. Goat and Lamb meats are better than beef and chickens,” Mr. Chaudhry advised.

Mr. Chaudhry himself buys Australian imported halal goat meat. He said that these goats eat grass in open jungle and mountain and are healthy.

In the area of alternate medicine in Canada where mostly other communities dominate, Mr. Chaudhry’s Islamic and Pakistani background and his knowledge of Prophetic medicine, a strong sense to diagnose the disease by checking the nerve veins of hands should be enough plus-points to visit his clinic for the treatment.

He can be reached at 416-778-1390. Facebook


10 Responses for “Yaqub Chaudhry: A Doctor of Many Discipline Focuses on Prophetic Medicine”

  1. shafi says:

    assalamu alaikum
    v r running an institute on prophetopathy with diploma,degree programmes in india
    nw v r organaising it,s 10th year anniversary celebrations
    v r inviting u to participate ur valuable experiences with audience and other advices
    june 15,16,17 days are d days of conference v r greeding to ur prescence
    urs faithfully
    dr shafi abdulla zuhoori

  2. we r celebrating the 10th anniversary of our institute named INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC MEDICAL SCIENCE . There are three sesions in this programme.
    academic session is the 3rd part of this conferance.we r greeding to
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  3. Hyder Abbas says:

    Did anyone go this Homeopath and have had success?

  4. Ed says:

    As salamu Aleikum.I’m interesting to do Hijama.Where is your location?How much $?

  5. Arjumand says:

    Do u have someone who does hijama for ladies? Pls let me know I am interested.

  6. ja says:

    Aslaauma Alaiykum,

    I was wondering if you are aware of any muslim practitioners in calgary that perform cupping therapy (hijama)

    jazakum allah kher

  7. FAHEEM says:

    Dear Sir / Madam

    We would like to inquire regarding treatment through Hiajama. One of my child has following eye problem which our doctor identified when she was 6 months old. She has:

    We need your help in above matter. Please check and advise do you have cure for this through Hijama.

    Awaiting your reply.

    Thanks and best regards,


  8. syed says:

    does he have good medicine for Acne?

  9. dr chaudhry says:

    please check my website for all update

  10. Please check Chaudhry Clinic website at
    or call at 416-778-1390

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