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AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF PAKSHAGHAT- CASE STUDY

Karishma Shankar Karde*, Raman Ghungralekar and Arti Datye

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Pakshaghata is one of the type of madhyam margagat vyadhi,[1] described in bruhatrayi. It is characterised by hasta-pada sankoch (weakness in either side of the limbs), Vaksthambha (slurred speech) and impaired fine or gross motor activity. Treatment of pakshaghat is explained in brihatrayi in various form of shodhan and shaman chikitsa. Signs and symptoms of Pakshaghata is similar to that of CVA. It makes the affected Person physically disabled and reduces quality of life. Even though western science had moved for in acute Management of stroke, it is very difficult to handle the residual effect of stroke which makes person physically and mentally debilitated. In this case report, Patient with pakshaghat (post monoplegia residual effect) treated with shodhan chikitsa and patrapind swedan. And beneficial result was seen.

Keywords: Pakshaghat, Monoplegia, Lekhan basti, Patra pind swedan.


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