From 1995 to 2000 every Saturday free treatment was given to the deprived people at Sri Gnanparanjothi Thavalayam, Yethapur in Salem district Tamilnadu, which is the place of his Gurubiran Gnanaparanjothi residing. During this period many villagers and poor people got quality life through his free medical camp.
His services were extended to Colombo in Sri Lanka where he treated the disciples of Swami Vithamma. He also served the teachers at in Sri Lanka which has been appreciated very much among the teaching fraternity.
Inventor Prof Dr. Aathi Jothi Babu has visited The Christian Mission trust of Gypsy mission on request of the Pastor James who was the treasurer of the trust then. The trust was doing welfare measures for the orphan and tribal children. All the children who are all stayed in their hostels at Salem-Udayapatti, Dharmapuri-Pappireddypatti, Chennai-Harbor, Trichy- Manapparai, Villupuram-Arakandanalur, Pondicherry -Vannarapettai, Madurai-Vadipatti were given free Panchaboodha Treatment every month which helped them to overcome their ailments due to less immunity and/or hereditary. Around 500 children were benefited in two years.
In 2001, free medical camp was conducted for SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited) employees of Salem Steel Plant, Salem. More than 100 employees of all cadres got benefited. The wife of Chief Doctor Salem Steel Plant who was diagnosed as psychosomatic, was diagnosed as having real ailment and was treated successfully to help her live normally without medicine.
Thiru.Manivannan IAS, President and V.C. Perumal, Vice president & former Additional Director General of Police, of Towers Club, Annanagar, Chennai organized a free Panchaboodha Medical Camp on 30.06.2002 for the members of their club. More than 100 members of the camp have benefited from THE PANCHABOODHA TREATMENT.
Advocate Thiru Jeevaratnam, the then President of the Towers Club, organized a free Panchaboodha Medical Camp for the members of the Towers Club in 2016. More than 150 members have benefited from Panchaboodha treatment at this camp. Nearly 100 diabetes patients were addressed during this camp.