Arthritis – An Ayurvedic Perspective

Date :30/08/18

It is estimated that over 400 million people around the world suffer from arthritis. Arthritis is a word of Greek origin and literally means ‘Joint-Inflammation’. There are many types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis and even psoriatic arthritis. Since the medications that reduce the pain of arthritis also can have severe side effects, many people are looking into alternative, holistic approaches to arthritis. Research has revealed statistically significant improvements in patients with arthritis when Ayurveda

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Get To Know The Causes Of Cervical Spondylosis

Date :09/10/18

Cervical spondylosis (also known as neck arthritis, cervical osteoarthritis, or degenerative osteoarthritis) is a common disorder of the cervical spine. Cervical spondylosis is indeed a fancy medical term for osteoarthritis in the neck area of the spine. Spondylosis is a group of several conditions that cause stiffness and swelling in the spinal joints (some of these conditions may also affect the soft tissues that are attached to the bones). The term “cervical” is used to indicate the specific part of the spine (the top seven vertebrae) in which the condition is present. In compar

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Date :13/04/19

  STROKE TREATMENT IN KERALA  Stroke, sometimes referred to as a Cerebro Vascular Accident (CVA) is a “brain attack”. It happend when blood flow to an area of brain is cut off. Brain cells are deprived of oxygen and  cause to death. It might result in a permanent lose of speech, movement and memory.Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability.  More than 90 % of patients after leaving hospital had sought alternative medicine. The form of alternative medicine sought by the majority is Ayurveda. Kerala claims a rich heritage in Ayurveda stroke treatment . The

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Back pain Treatment In Kerala | Panchakarma Treatment for Back pain

Date :17/04/19

World Health Organization  named the first decade of third millennium as the “decade of campaign against musculoskeletal disorders (as the silent epidemic)” (WHO, 2005). Studies show that people who sit and work for more than 8 hours and construction workers have back pain. According to WHO back pain  is the first among  all occupational risk factors that arise due to work. It is a cause of disability and it challenges the health care practitioners. No single medication, modality, exercise regimen or any other treatment in any discipline can cause  full recovery

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