Posted by Dr.Vaibhav Kadam on November - 28 - 2010

Cervical spondylosis and Lumbar Spondylosis  which causes neck pain and lower back pain is one of the most common problems that one encounters in day to day life. It is a wear and tear of the vertebrae and discs .It is a condition of degeneration of the inter-vertebral disks, which advances with advancing age and in course of time, also involves the adjacent structures. It also leads to inflammatory changes which in turn brings about calcification (deposition of calcium) leading to extra bone formations called osteophytes

When the space between two adjacent vertebrae narrows, compression of a nerve root emerging from the spinal cord may result in radiculopathy (sensory and motor disturbances, such as severe pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, back  and or leg, accompanied by muscle weakness).

The patient may experience a phenomenon of shocks (paresthesia) in hands and legs because of nerve compression and lack of blood flow. If vertebrae of the neck are involved it is labelled cervical spondylosis. Lower back spondylosis is labeled lumbar spondylosis.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Cervial Spondylosis and Lumbar Spondylosis.


Ayurveda understands the function of body with basic three humors(doshas) i.e Vata, Pitta and Kahpa. The function of Vata is movements, Pitta is metabolism and change where as Kapha is binding, growth and stability.

For a body to function in its optimum state these three doshas must function in equilibrium. At dis-equilibrium they cause disorders at there site. When the function of these three doshas are hampered at Cervical (Neck) region it is called as Manyagat Vata and when at lower back it is called as Katigat vata.

Ayurvedic approch for treatment for Cervial Spondylosis and Lumbar Spondylosis is to maintain Vata, Pitta and Kapha at eqilibrium.

Sparsh Ayurveda and Panchakarma Clinic provides a complete treatment for such conditions using:

  • Ayurvedic Medicines
  • Panchakarma like

      • Abhyanga:  Is the act of applying oil to the body. Often medicated and usually warm, the oil is massaged into the entire body before bathing or showering. A variety of Ayurvedic techniques is applied to work along the energy channels of your body in a synchronized manner to restore the flow of vital energy, Prana, where it has become blocked.

      • Swedan: Is a traditional steam therapy designed to open tissues with the saturation of heat and moisture.  Once the tissues are open, deep seated toxins can be released through the pores of the skin, thereby reducing inflammation, improving circulation, and promoting healing and restoration reducing pain in cervical (Neck)  and Lumbar (Lower back) part

      • Basti: It is the introduction of medicated liquids into the colon through the rectum. Basti therapy is the most effective treatment for disorders arising from abdominal vata. This includes Chronic constipation, Lower back or Neck pain (Spondylosis) , Sciatica, Rheumatism, Gout,  Arthritis,  and dystrophy and atrophy of nerves and muscles.

      •  Kati basti: The process of pouring warm medicated oil for 20 minutes releases stiff, tight and inflamed   muscles and  the oil penetrates deeply to nourish the ligaments and tendons. A very effective treatment for back pain, stiffness, and other back concerns related to spinal disc problems. The local Marma points are energized, and the warm herbal oil soothes the pain.

      • Leech Therapy

  • Yoga
  • Dietary modification
  • Lifestyle Modification

 

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