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Ayurvedic management of asthi – majjagatavat w.s.r. to manyastambha – A case study

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Manyastambha, Asthimajjagata vata, Yogbasti, Manyabasti, Nasya.

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Hulle, K. (2019). Ayurvedic management of asthi – majjagatavat w.s.r. to manyastambha – A case study. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(02). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/293

Abstract

In today’s era everyone is living stressful life. About 66 % of adults experience neck pain and 5% are highly disabled by neck pain. A female patient came to OPD with manyashoola, manyastambha, chimchimayan, and painful neck movement. Diagnosed as Asthimajjagata vata . As Asthimajjagata vata is degenerative disease Shodhana, Bruhana chikitsa along with some internal medicines are used. In Yogbasti Dashmoola kwath niruh and Sahachar tail anuvasan was given. After that Manyabasti with Sahachar taila and Nasya with Karpasasthyadi taila was given.Assessment was done before and after treatment. This therapeutic protocol proves very effective in this patient.

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Abstract

In today’s era everyone is living stressful life. About 66 % of adults experience neck pain and 5% are highly disabled by neck pain. A female patient came to OPD with manyashoola, manyastambha, chimchimayan, and painful neck movement. Diagnosed as Asthimajjagata vata . As Asthimajjagata vata is degenerative disease Shodhana, Bruhana chikitsa along with some internal medicines are used. In Yogbasti Dashmoola kwath niruh and Sahachar tail anuvasan was given. After that Manyabasti with Sahachar taila and Nasya with Karpasasthyadi taila was given.Assessment was done before and after treatment. This therapeutic protocol proves very effective in this patient.