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AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISK PROLAPSE (IVDP)- CASE STUDY

Piyush Mathariya*, Shweta Dethe, Rajesh Dakhore and Pooja Shaha

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The intervertebral disk prolapse is the most common problem in all around the world. The most common of vertebral column disease is intervertebral disk prolapse. This prolapse of disk can occur anywhere in the throughout vertebral column. It can find in any age of peoples but mostly occurred in old age. This disease can affect the day to day life style of patients. In this disease the compression of nerve root is present due to prolapse of disk. Due to this patient was complaining many neurological problems. This neurological complaint is depending upon which nerve root is affected. In this type of cases to remove the compression mostly surgical intervention is advised. Due to ayurvedic management there is no need to do any type of surgery. In this case study effort was made to treat a 45 yrs male having complaints of pain at lumber region, weakness in B/L lower limbs, difficulty in walking. According to Ayurveda this all complaints was due to vata. So, in this case study we have to treat the vata dosha. For reduce the pain in modern science only analgesics are present and analgesics have to much side effects in long term use. Ayurveda have too much potential to treat this type of condition and also help to get symptomatic relief to the patient. The treatment was given to patient is yog basti, majja basti, agni karma and some oral drugs like guggulu. Due to these treatment result shown positive by increasing the power in both legs, reducing the pain, increasing the gate of patient.

Keywords: PID, Katigata vata, kati shula.


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