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MANAGEMENT OF CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS THROUGH AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION- A CASE STUDY

Ashwini V. Fulzele* and Nilesh M. Ingle

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Cervical spondylosis is chronic degenerative condition of cervical spine where Degeneration of cervical intervertebral disc and the secondary degeneration of cervical intervertebral joints takes place. It leads to injury of spinal cord, nerve roots and vertebral artery and shows corresponding symptoms and signs. It is becoming so worsen in todays era. Though degeneration of cervical vertebrae's mostly common in elderly people but due to increased incidence of desk work or online laptop work it has its increasing prevalence in middle age also. Cervical spondylosis is a common condition that is estimated to account for 2% of all hospital admissions. In 1992, A study showed that spondylotic changes are most common in those older than 40 years. Eventually, more than 70% of men and women are affected. In this present case study, diagnosed case of cervical spondylosis has been administered ayurvedic intervention. Chief complaints of the patients were pain at cervical region with radiation to upper limb, stiffness & intermittent vertigo. MRI - cervical spine showed degenerative changes with osteophytic changes at C4- C5-C6 with nerve compression. Effect of Griva Basti & Nasya followed by Tiktaksheer Basti & oral medication of Panchamrut lauh guggulu, Rasnasaptak kwaath has been evaluated in this case. Different parameters have been assessed before & after treatment plan intervention. Highly significant improvement was seen in subjective parameters like pain at neck region, radiating pain, stiffness & vertigo are discussed here.

Keywords: Cervical spondylosis, Grivabasti, Tiktaksheerbasti, Nasya, Panchamrut loh guggulu, Rasnasaptak kwaath.


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