A Clinical Study of Gridhrasi Managed with Ayurvedic Treatment
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Gridhrasi, Katibasti, Balatail

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Jadhav, A. (2020). A Clinical Study of Gridhrasi Managed with Ayurvedic Treatment. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 8(03). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/601


Sciatica is most common musculoskeletal disorder. Affecting the movement of leg is low back pain.  It is a pain dominant disease and reduces human activity. It restricts the movement of the affected leg. Gridhrasi can be equated with Sciatica. were Pain, Weakness, Numbness, and other Discomforts along the path of Sciatica nerve often accompanies low back pain. The common symptoms of Gridhrasi is pain starts from Spike and then radiates to Kati, Prushta, Uru, Janu, Jangha, Paad along with Stambha, Ruka, Toda, Spandana and causes Sakatiutkshepa Nighra (restricted movement of lifting of the leg). [1]

          In Ayurveda Basti Chikitsa is considered to be half chikitsa for vat dosha. So, Katibasti with Bala Tail [2] and Shaman chikitsa was selected for the patient.

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