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EFFECT OF VAITARAN BASTI IN KATISHOOL (LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS)-A CASE REPORT

Dr. Anita A. Patil* and Dr. Sneha D. Bhaurale

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Spondylosis is a form of spinal osteoarthritis due to degeneration affecting all regions of spine, neck, mid back & lower back. When spondylosis occurs in lower back region of spine it is termed as lumbar spondylosis. Joints lose their wear & tear mechanism, eventually as one gets older due to degenerative process occurring in bone & spine. This causes loss of normal spine shape & function in patients as disease progress. Lumbar spondylosis is common above the age of 60 yrs & tends to get worse over the time if not treated on time. Lumbar spondylosis has no permanent cure & is irreversible but it is excellently managed with ayurvedic treatment, Exercise, dietary advice & lifestyle modification. In Ayurveda lumbar spondylosis is correlate with vatavyadhi. Pain stiffness of spine, tingling sensation are the major symptoms of lumbar spondylosis. snehana, swedana and basti is general treatment for vatavyadhi hence vangasen describe the vaitaran basti specially with godugdha which is very effective in vatavyadhi such as gudhrasi, katimanya shoola, that’s why here we choose the vaitaran basti in lumbar spondylosis as a case study.

Keywords: Katishoola, vaitaran basti, lumbar spondylosis.


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