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ROLE OF MUSTADI YAPANA BASTI AND SHIRODHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KAMPVATA W.S.R TO PARKINSONISM- A CASE STUDY

*Dr. Sunita Bola, Dr. Deepika Nagar, Dr. Mahesh Sharma and Dr. Gyan Prakash Sharma

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Parkinsonism is a neurological disorder characterized by tremors, muscular rigidity, bradykinesia shuffling gait, postural instability. Most of these feature match with the Ayurvedic description of the diseases kampvata. The term kampvata described for the first time in the text basavarajeeyam. With most of its clinical features karapadatalekampo, dehabhramana dukhite, nidrabhang, matiksheena. The management should be in such a way that it should bridle the aggravated vata dosha dhatukshaya, avarana. Basti has been considered as the best treatment for vata moreover, Basti also promotes the longevity and provides stability to dhatus. Shirodhara is an excellent treatment for a compromised nervous systems. It is a single case presentation of 1 patient. Treatment protocol are - 1. mustadi yapna basti 2. shirodhara. The patient suffering from kampvata included in study were selected from University College of Ayurveda, Jodhpur during the period aprail to may. Efficacy of above two procedure are good and give significant result.

Keywords: Kampvata, Mustadi yapna basti, shirodhara, Parkinson disease.


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